- THE www.vouchercodes.co.uk site is a treasure trove for discounts, many of them exclusives which we'll round up this week. Firstly, a free GBP5 Tesco voucher when you place your first click-and-collect order over GBP25 at the supermarket chain. Claim it by Friday April 30.
- Fancy 25 per cent off Adidas gear? There's an exclusive at www.vouchercodes.co.uk for that. It's valid until 11.59pm on Friday April 30 and only when you place your order via the Adidas app.
If you prefer to browse the range on a bigger screen you can do so at www.adidas.co.uk. Already reduced items are ineligible for the discount. - New Virgin Media customers get GBP130 of credit to spend at Amazon when taking out a fibre broadband package via www.vouchercodes.co.uk.
The offer is valid until Sunday May 2. - Get 10 per cent off full-price items and free standard delivery at Dorothy Perkins with www.vouchercodes.co.uk. The code is valid until 11.59pm on Saturday April 24.
- Get GBP5 off orders over GBP35 at Hotter Shoes via VoucherCodes until 11.59pm on Sunday April 25. The discount cannot be combined with other offers. - Here's a useful one for anyone buying a pricy smartphone on a contract.
Get a free GBP75 Currys PC World voucher when you take out a pay monthly handset contract between GBP50 and GBP60 per month at O2. The offer is open to new customers only until 11.59pm on Friday April 30 and you must go via VoucherCodes to get it. - Get 20 per cent off online orders at Holland and Barrett with a code from VoucherCodes.
It's valid until 11.59pm on Sunday April 25. - Some more voucher codes, although these are just from Tesco's website itself. Save GBP5 when you spend GBP40 on selected electrical and gaming products with the code GRFT4P at www.tesco.com.
Save GBP10 when you spend GBP75 with the code GRFT74. Each code can be used only once per customer. Both are valid until May 9.
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