Free Mary Berry cookbook - 5 great Bake Off freebies

Free cookbook, baking show tickets, cookery lessons, margarine and milk

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The Great British Bake Off is back, with Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood, and the usual healthy helping of innuendo. As the new contestants get to grips with all the pressures of the technical challenges, signature bakes and show stoppers, people around the country are inspired to get back into the kitchen.

1. Free Mary Berry cookbook
If you fancy joining them, then Topcashback.co.uk is offering new users the chance to pick up a copy of Mary Berry Cooks from The Book People for free. You just sign up on the site, click on the offer, buy the book for £5.99 plus delivery, and wait for the full £8.94 to appear in your account.

2. Free tickets to the Cake and Bake show
If you want to learn from the experts - including last year's winner Nadiya Hussain - MagicFreebies has spotted that you can get free tickets to the Cake and Bake Show, in association with Argos. It's running in London and Manchester, and you can use the code CAKEFR16 to get a free ticket worth £12.

3. Free baking lessons for kids
Paula Gray shows kids just how fun baking can be, as part of King Arthur flour's bake for good programme. She also throws in some maths and science lessons for good measure. Sign up now and you'll receive three video lessons, the recipes and detailed instruction on how to bake.

4. Free Flora
Sainsbury's is giving you the chance to try Flora Freedom spread for free. It's completely dairy-free, and suitable for baking, so you can knock up dairy-free cakes without any hassle. All you have to do is shop online at Sainsbury's, add Flora Freedom spread to your trolley, and use the code FREEFLORA1 at the checkout.

5. Free milk
Whether it's part of the recipe, or you just want to make a cup of tea to dunk your home-made jaffa cakes into, you can get 2 litres of milk for free through the MyMail promotions page. The offer is for a2 milk, which is apparently easier to digest. The voucher is for £1.39 off, which should mean it's free in most stores. The deal is set to run until the end of September, but it's worth getting quickly, as it will be withdrawn when they run out.

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