£150 of Ciaté nail polish for £34 all-in

Ciaté made the first ever single-branded beauty Advent calendar, and it's proven popular in previous years. This year, it's come up with a more sustainable version, and we've a Blagged code to get you a discount.

Trick gets TWO boxes of £2 Shreddies cereal for 60p - stack £1.50 coupon or cashback with supermarket offer

It's been a while since couponers have seen a high-value new coupon, or been offered a choice between a physical coupon or cashback. So I was excited when I spotted you could get £1.50 off two packs of Nestlé wholegrain cereals, eg, Shreddies, and even more thrilled when I uncovered a clever way to stack it with other offers to bag ‘em as cheap as 30p each – whether shopping in-store or online.

Get branded cereal for 30p a box by stacking £1.50 coupon with supermarket offer

It's been a while since couponers have seen a high-value new coupon, or a coupon stack, and it's been a while since any outlet offered a choice between a physical coupon or cashback. With the pandemic forcing more people to shop online, could this be a new trend for retailers, and is this coupon worth it? Can you stack it with other deals? Read on to find out.

£68ish of No7 make-up for £24

This year's No7 Cosmetics Star Gift from Boots contains £68ish of No7 beauty and skincare products for £24, packaged in a reusable vanity case – see the full contents below.

Update at 12.40pm on 12 Nov: Stock went for a short while but has now been replenished – the set is available again online.

Waiting list now closed: Soap & Glory bath set – join waiting list for early access and 10% off to make it £78 worth for £27

Update at 9am on Mon 9 Nov: The waiting list is now closed.

Soap & Glory's Christmas Star Gift lands at Boots this month, but those who join the waiting list (now open) get two benefits: they can get it a day early, which reduces the risk of it selling out, and they can get 10% off. 

'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.

Free virtual globe-trotting, tours & experiences

We may be stuck indoors for the time being but that doesn't mean we can't broaden our horizons beyond our living room walls, because let's face it, there's only so many thousand-piece jigsaws you can do, and Netflix series you can watch. While we aren’t able to physically travel the globe at the moment, there are ways to do it virtually – and for free.

9 'cheapy' Nando's MoneySaving tips & hacks

If you've been craving a cheeky Nando's, you can make some peri nice savings whether you feel safe enough to dine out (and local restrictions in your area allow it), or you want to order to eat at home. 

10 ways to get FREE modern & classic e-books, digital comics & audiobooks

Grabbing a cuppa and sitting down to read a book, or listening to an audio version, is a great way to pass the time. Whether you're a seasoned bookworm or you've just recently immersed yourself into the world of literature while spending more time at home, there are a whole host of online ways to easily help you enjoy both modern and classic e-books, digital comics, and audiobooks for free.

Get paid to recycle old clothes and shoes, eg, £5 off at M&S, Schuh and H&M

Recycle Week may be over (Mon 21–Sun 27 Sep), but it's still 'Second-hand September', reminding us to check if we can buy items second-hand via charity shops, eBay, apps, or from each other before buying 'fast-fashion' to help protect the environment. But the reality is, clothes and shoes do wear out, so how do we sustainably dispose of items we can no longer use?