Welcome to Freebie Friday, a weekly round up of the very best discounts, deals and freebies around.
This week we have £65 of Nails Inc nail varnish for £18, eight Giraffe coffees for £3.50, 2-for-1 at gardens around the UK, and discounts at Mothercare and House of Fraser.
Bargain nail varnishToday only, there's a great deal on the Nails Inc website. Type in a search for 'lucky dip' and you'll see the offer for seven nail varnishes for £18 - plus £3.95 delivery. These usually cost £11, and although some have been in the £5 sale, the company says no more than two of the varnishes you receive will have been in the sale.
It means you get at least £65 worth of nail varnish for £18. You don't get to choose the colour, but you only need to like two of them for this deal to pay.
Cut price take-away coffeeIt's National Coffee Week until Sunday - apparently. However, it's probably best to distribute your caffeine consumption a little more evenly if you want to avoid any side-effects.
Users of hotukdeals.com found that if you can wait until Wednesday you can get a take-away coffee for 50p any time before 10.30am from Giraffe. That's valid every Wednesday, and as the users point out, you can get your loyalty card stamped at the same time. Once you have seven, you'll get your eighth cup free. That's eight cups of restaurant coffee for £3.50.
20% off House of FraserNew customers can grab a code from vouchercodespro, and get 20% off their first order from House of Fraser - which is valid until the end of the month. If you were planning a major purchase, this could mean a big brand stacks up better against its budget counterparts. If you weren't planning to spend anything, you may suddenly have an excuse to indulge in some cut-price luxury.
£10 off at MothercareMyvouchercodes.co.uk is offering a deal, whereby if you download the Mothercare app, you can get £10 off any purchase over £50 - valid until the end of 2013. Sadly, as anyone with kids will tell you, it's all too easy to spend £50 on baby supplies without even trying.
2-for-one on garden visitsIf you buy Gardener's World Magazine - which is on sale today - then you might be forking out £4, but you'll also get a 2-for-1 card, which is valid at 300 gardens in the UK until the end of April next year.
There's no limit on the number of times you can use it, and it's accepted at some of the priciest gardens in the UK - including Kew (which costs £14.50) and the Eden Project (at £23.50).