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.
Promotionalcodes.org.uk has 10% off tickets for The View from The Shard, through 365tickets.com
(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
, 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.