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Aldi logo£10.99 Veuve Monsigny Champagne BrutCheapest champagne in stores and online at Aldi

Ongoing

Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut is currently £10.99 a bottle (previously £9.99) in store and online at Aldi. If you're shopping online you'll need to buy a case of six bottles, so if you just want one, you'd be better off visiting a store (find your nearest).

We've seen this bottle go down to £9.99 before, we'll update you here if it goes back down.

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Lidl logo£4.69 Allini Prosecco Treviso FrizzanteCheapest prosecco in stores only at Lidl

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Allini Prosecco Treviso Frizzante is £4.69 in store at Lidl (find your nearest). Lidl has confirmed this is the standard price for this bottle.

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Tennis For Free logoFREE tennis court accessFind your nearest tennis court to play for free

UK-wide

Check Tennis For Free's website to see if there are free tennis courts available for use in your local area.

Tennis for Free works with local councils to provide free 'walk on and play' court access on as many parks as possible, so there's a good chance you'll be able to use a court year-round.

More info

For more information about which parks take part in TFF, take a look at their Tennis For Free Session Sites.

Tennis For Free logoFREE tennis coachingFind your nearest session

UK-wide

Check out Tennis For Free's website to see if there are free coaching sessions in your area. The sessions mostly run during weekends and are suitable for anyone aged three or over.

The equipment’s also provided free. It’s told us the sessions aren't professional coaching, they're more focused on having fun. Individual sessions might cater for certain age groups.

More info

For more information about which parks take part in TFF take a look at their Tennis For Free Session Sites.

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Wimbledon logoFresh strawberries & cream round-up*Cheapest prices for 400g punnets & 300ml single cream

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If you're stocking up ready to cheer on Andy Murray at Wimbledon (or just want to enjoy them anyway), we’ve served up a round-up of the best supermarket prices for 400g fresh strawberry punnets and 300ml fresh single cream pots to net you the best deal.

Here's what we found:

  • £1.19 for the strawberries at Lidl (find your nearest), in stores only (cream 79p)
  • £1.29 for the strawberries at Aldi (find your nearest), in stores only (cream 79p)
  • £1.55 for the strawberries at Tesco*, in stores and online (cream* 85p)
  • £1.69 for the strawberries at Iceland*, in stores and online (cream* 84p, or 94p double cream* free when you buy two packs of strawberries)
  • £1.75 for the strawberries at Sainsbury's*, in stores and online (cream* 85p)
  • £2 for the strawberries at Waitrose*, in stores and online (cream* 90p) 
  • £2 for the strawberries at Morrisons*, in stores and online (cream* 90p) 
  • 90p for 300g (not 400g) of strawberries at Asda*, in stores and online (cream* 84p)

It's always worth checking the 'price per kg' to see if you'll save more with a larger pack (only if you'll eat them before they go off). Morrisons* and Waitrose* were the only stores we found a larger, better value punnet.

They're £2.90 at Morrisons for 600g and £4.50 at Waitrose for 1kg, which works out £2.17 cheaper per kg at Morrisons and 50p cheaper per kg at Waitrose if you're after more than 400g. So the ball is in your court what you choose. 

If you're after dairy-free, 250ml pots of Alpro cream soya single (chilled or longlife) are 74p in Asda*, 85p in Tesco*, 90p in Waitrose* and £1 in Sainsbury's*.

Pimm's logoPimm's one-litre bottle £10 (norm £16-£20)*Or try cheaper Pimm's-a-likes for £7

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Wimbledon's started and supermarkets are having a Pimm's price war, so don't get court out and pay more than you need to. We've run around like a ball boy/girl picking up the best prices we could find for the popular summer drink at major supermarkets...

Cheapest Pimm's one-litre

Serving up the best offer is Asda* and Morrisons* – you can get a one-litre bottle of Pimm at Asda* for £10 (norm £16) online and in stores (find your nearest*) until Wed 19 Jul. Morrisons* also has the one-litre bottle for £10 (norm £20) online and in stores (find your nearest*) until Sun 16 Jul. Go quick if you want it as Pimm’s is rarely this cheap, so could sell out fast.

The next cheapest we found was £12 at Tesco* (norm £16) until Mon 17 Jul and £15 at Waitrose* (norm £21) until Tue 5 Sep.

If you're looking for some strawberries to go with your Pimm's, see our Fresh strawberries and cream round-up.

Downshifting alternatives

While £10 is an ace price for a one-litre bottle of Pimm's, there are cheaper alternatives. Here's a couple of Pimm's-a-likes you can try if you want to downshift:

Sainsbury's also has its own brand alternative, Pitcher's*, for £12 for a one-litre bottle. This beats Pimm's on price if you're shopping at Sainsbury's (where the one-litre bottle is £18 until Tue 18 Jul), but Pimm's is currently cheaper on offer at Asda.

For more on cutting your shopping costs by ditching premium brands, see MSE's Downshift Challenge.

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Tesco grocery logo25% off six bottles of wine & champagne*Most 75cl bottles. Gets £4ish prosecco, £18 Lanson champagne

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Go online to Tesco* or visit a store (find your nearest*) by Mon 10 Jul and you can get 25% off when you buy six or more bottles of wine or champagne. If you’re shopping online, you’ll need to have your order delivered by Mon 10 Jul to get this deal.

It’s valid on all standard 75cl bottles of wine, sparkling wine (including prosecco), fortified wine and champagne which costs £4.16 or more, and it works on bottles already on offer. You can mix and match bottles and the discount will be applied automatically at the checkout.

Here are some of the stronger discounts when you buy six bottles, while stocks last:

Online delivery’s £2-£7 or you can collect from a store for free-£2, depending on the time slot you choose. This offer isn’t available in Scotland or in Tesco Express stores. 

You can get a maximum of 36 bottles per person. Please be Drinkaware.

Fortnum & Mason logoFortnum & Mason 25% off champagne*Selected own-label bottles only. Online & in stores

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Go online to high-end food retailer Fortnum & Mason*, or into one of its three stores (find your nearest*), and you can get 25% off selected champagne until 11.59pm on Sun 9 July. Delivery's £5.95 or free if you click and collect in store.

Of course, this isn't the most MoneySaving champers on the market, but Fortnum & Mason rarely offers discounts like this (and told us 25% off is its "deepest" discount) - so if you're going to buy pricier bubbles anyway, you might as well do it whilst there's a decent discount to be had.

The five own-label items included in the sale are:

As is the nature of offers like these, stock may be limited - so go quick if there's something you're after. Please be Drinkaware.

Lawn Tennis Association logoFree weekend tennis sessions & coaching500+ events on Sat 22 & Sun 23 Jul (Eng, Sco & Wal)

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If you or your kids dream of being the next Andy Murray or Johanna Konta, you can net free tennis sessions and coaching as part of the Great British Tennis Weekends, organised by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), at 440+ venues across England, Scotland and Wales.

There are currently 552 events planned across Sat 22 & 23 Jul. So if you're not busy that weekend, the ball's in your court to decide when and where you play. Plus, the LTA says more events could still be added - we'll update you here when we hear more.

Events and activities will vary between venues, but include cardio tennis, coaching and free play. It's open to all abilities and ages - grown-ups and kids, but certain sessions might cater for a particular age group (under-18s must be accompanied by an adult). 

Rackets and balls will be provided and all the venues and information can be found online.

How to book

The LTA suggests you visit its website to book online in advance, but in some cases it's fine to turn up on the day as long as there's room. At some smaller venues, you won't be able to book in advance - just turn up. But it's always worth calling ahead to prevent a wasted trip.

More info

Excludes Northern Ireland. Under-18s must be accompanied by an adult, but they don't need to participate. Although it's completely free to take part, there may be a charge for off-court additional activities and extras, such as food.

If you book online, you'll be asked to create a ClubSpark account (if you don't have one already). It's a free booking system run by a third party called SportLabs (a software and digital services company). You'll have to agree to it and/or LTA contacting you, sending information and using your personal details. 

You can opt out of being sent marketing material and it sharing your details with other third parties though. It's all explained when you register.

You can cancel your account after the event by emailing enquiries@sportlabs.com

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There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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