Freebie Friday: this week's discounts, deals and freebies

Freebie Friday

Welcome to Freebie Friday, a weekly round up of the very best discounts, deals and freebies around.

This week we are enjoying a bumper Bank Holiday bonanza, so we have something for you - whatever you plan to do with it - from sightseeing, museums and art, to chocolate treats.

The Shard has 10% off tickets for The View from The Shard, through (expires on April 30). You just type in the code: TSVP10 at the checkout for your money off. It's not a massive saving, but it's one of the best new things to do on a trip to London, and if it's on your list you may as well get it for less.

Last-minute Easter gifts from Thorntons

Thorntons is offering 5 Easter gifts for £20, until Sunday. If you haven't got your presents sorted, this is a pretty good deal. Most of the eggs included in the offer are worth £6.50, which will save you £12.50 However, some cost as much as £9.99, so under the deal you'll save a whopping £29.95. There's no voucher or code, but it's first come first served, so you'll have to take your chances in store. You can buy online, but next day delivery costs £5.95, so you'll lose some of your saving.

20% off stadium tours

Myvouchercodes is offering 20% off tours of a number of different football stadia. There's Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool, which will either be your ideal day or your idea of hell. You just print out the voucher and up to six people can get 20% off the tour.

Free three-month National Art Pass

The eagle-eyed deal-hunters on Hotukdeals have discovered that if you spend £2 on the Daily Telegraph this Saturday, you can get a free National Art Pass for the next three months for two people. It means you can get into 200 museums for free that would normally cost you a small fortune. You can save between £6.50 and £22.50 each on entrance fees, so if the two of you go to two museums a month you could stand to save over £200 between you.

Horse racing for free

This is one for Wednesday 1 May. Ascot is offering a free day at the races (not Royal Ascot), and it's a pretty good deal. You pay £3.50 per transaction and you can get up to four grandstand tickets, plus a free racecard (normally £3.50) and free parking (normally £6). The whole day is free - so there are 1,500 tickets up for grabs - and the idea is to introduce people to racing. You'll need to book online in advance to make sure you get your free ticket.
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