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Dudley Zoo logoDudley Zoo kids go free*Download app and show voucher on your smartphone


You can get free kids entry to Dudley Zoo with a full-paying adult, if you use a VoucherCloud* voucher. You'll need to download the VoucherCloud app* and show the voucher on your smartphone.

Dudley Zoo says this is an ongoing offer but the voucher can only be used once per person. Children must be 3-15 years old to qualify for the free ticket. The voucher isn't valid on bank holidays and can't be used with any other offer, promotion, voucher or special events.

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Just Eat logoJust Eat extra 15% off Black Friday codeVia voucher code. Stack with other up to 25% off takeaway offers. Valid today only


If Black Friday shopping has made you hungry, go via VoucherCloud to get an extra 15% off code for takeaway website Just Eat. This code is stackable with other up to 25% off offers you see on its site, meaning you could get a fair slice out of the cost of your takeaway meal.

The voucher code is valid today only (Fri 24 Nov) and has no minimum spend, though it discounts food and drink only, not delivery and card fees.

Important: Don't allow yourself to be taken in by the hype around Black Friday and sucked into buying something you don't need or can't afford. And always do your own price comparisons to ensure you are getting the best deal possible - don't just take a retailer's word for it.

For the rest of our Black Friday deals and analysis, see Black Friday 2017 Deals.

VoucherCloud logoNoah's Ark Zoo £5 off family day ticket*Print voucher or show on smartphone


You can get £5 off a family day ticket at Noah's Ark Farm Zoo in Bristol (don't worry, you don't have to go in two by two!), if you use a voucher from VoucherCloud*. You'll need to print the voucher or download the VoucherCloud app* and show it on your smartphone.

A family day ticket for two adults and two children normally costs £49, so you'll get it for £44 with the voucher. A family ticket for one adult and three children normally costs £49, so you'll get that for £44.

The voucher can't be used on season tickets, birthday parties or group visits. The zoo is closed on Sundays.

Topman logoTopman £10 off £60+ spend*Code valid on everything incl sale. Plus 'free' gloves


If you go to VoucherCloud* you can get a code for £10 off a £60 spend online at Topman, until 11.59pm on Wed 10 Feb. It's valid online only on full-price items, sale items and bundles. Standard delivery's £4.

Get 'free' gloves

Enter the MSE Blagged code MSEFREEGIFT to get a 'free' pair of navy smartphone gloves when you spend £40+. This code is stackable with the one from VoucherCloud.

Ann Summers logoAnn Summers 20% off*Knickers coming down! In stores & online via code


There's a lot of buzz about this one... If you go online to VoucherCloud* you can get a code for 20% off virtually everything in stores and online at adult retailer Ann Summers until 11.59pm on Tue 16 Aug. Delivery's £2.95, or you can collect from a store for free (find your nearest*).

There's no minimum spend and it's valid on all items including the 'up to 70% off' sale, but it can't be used with any other offers. If you're doing it in store - grabbing the offer that is - simply show the code to staff at the till (either print it or show it on your smartphone).

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Travelodge logoTravelodge 10% off*Online code for one and two-night stays


If you go to VoucherCloud* you can get a code for 10% off a one or two-night stay at any UK Travelodge hotel between now and Thu 31 Dec. You'll need to go quick and book now, as the code will expire at 11.59pm on Thu 17 Sep. It's only valid when you pay online in advance.

The code can be used on both 'Saver' rooms (the cheapest available) and more expensive 'Flexible' rooms (which allow you to cancel or amend your booking), but only applies to stays of up to two consecutive nights in the same room at the same hotel. It's limited to one discount code per booking.

Travelodge says not all dates will be available at all hotels, and rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking. However, you'll be notified during the booking process if your chosen hotel has no rooms available on the dates you're looking at.

Before booking, compare prices

Premier Inn currently has 200,000 rooms reduced to £35 a night outside of London, so check first as this could work out better for you. See our Cheap Hotels guide for more tips.
MSE Anthony says:

When I tried the code on Tue 15 Sep, I found £40 rooms in central London for December dates right up to Christmas Eve. If you were heading into town for a Christmas party, this could actually work out cheaper (or not much more expensive) than a cab fare to get you home.

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