'Free' £2ish Lindt chocolate for Shopmium cashback app newbies

Free food is my favourite kind of food, and who can say no to free chocolate? With more of us now opting to do our supermarket shop online, many have struggled to save as much without coupons and yellow sticker bargains. However, there's a free cashback app which gets you weekly supermarket discounts and freebies, whether you're shopping in-store or online – and to sweeten the deal, we've blagged a 'free' £2ish Lindt choc for new users.

£270ish of Ciaté beauty products for £50 delivered

Beauty bundles can be a great way to save money on your favourite brands, or try new products without having to shell out full-price. They're also a brilliant way to shop for presents, as you can split up a bundle to make your own beauty boxes or hampers to gift, and this 21-piece set is no exception.

9 Boots tips & tricks incl £40ish No7 mascara for £10

Boots is a high street stalwart and always popular with MoneySavers. Whether you're a fan of big brands, No7, or even just a sandwich, we've been busy filling our boots with deals to bring you nine ways to save right now so you can bag some Boots bargains.

SOLD OUT: £50ish of men's grooming products for £20

If you go online to beauty and skincare retailer Latest in Beauty, you can get its 'Ultimate Men's Grooming Box' for £20 delivered, when you enter the MSE Blagged code LIBMEN20 at the checkout. 

Trick to get £43 of No7 for £11.50 (was £117 of No7 beauty products for £20) online via deals stacking – NOW ENDED

Here's a trick to bag £43 of No7 make-up for £11.50 (it was previously £117 for £20) online by stacking deals, a 'free gift' offer, and an online coupon code, but you'll have to be quick as this deals stack can only be done till 11.59pm on Wed 12 Aug. If you'd rather shop in store, don't worry – there's another trick further down where I explain how you can grab £50ish of No7 for £12 instead.

Get a 19p Pret coffee, 59p Costa croissant & more on Mon-Wed using a clever coffee shop deals stack

With lockdown easing in some places, many high streets reopening, and some returning to offices, coffee is on many people's mind. If you regularly buy a brew, then you'll know that over time the cost can really add up. With this clever deals stack, you can get your fix of caffeine for pennies throughout August, so you won't be left feeling like a mug.