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Freebies for a sunny - or rainy - weekend

There's a freebie for every eventuality on offer this week: whether it rains and you want coffee; or the sun shines and you're after an ice-cold milkshake and a new t-shirt.

There are also great deals for the fathers in our life - and free lipstick for any lipstick fans. Whatever this weekend throws at you, therefore, you can have a freebie at the ready.

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Dining freebies and deals for Dad
Bookatable, the online restaurant booking service, has highlighted that lots of its members are offering Father's Day freebies. So, for example, there are free drinks from Humble Grape in Battersea, Eneko at One Aldwych, Bella Italia, Las Iguanas, Cafe Rouge, Belgo and Prezzo. There's a free burger at Rocker's Steak House in Cambridge, a free dessert from Tuttons in Covent Garden, and 'dads eat free' at Muriel's Kitchen and Fire & Stone. It's worth checking the site to see if there's anything local to you.

Free milkshake
The users of have discovered that you can get two milkshakes for the price of one at a large number Krispy Kreme branches every Monday until 3rd July. You'll need to visit the site and print off the voucher, or show it on your phone. It's also worth checking whether your local branch is participating.

Free coffee pods
The users of have discovered that you can get a free sample of five Nespresso-compatible coffee pods from Roasters. All you have to do fill your details in online and five pods will be sent to you. The coffee is high-end, 100% Arabica, and ethically sourced from independent growers. When it launches in the UK it's likely to be priced as a luxury product - so the freebie is worth the effort.

Free T-shirt
Marks & Spencer is offering a free T-shirt for anyone who buys a £10 pair of swim shorts by the end of 18th June. Both are available in a huge number of sizes and colours, so there should be something to suit most people.

Free lipstick
Bobbi Brown is offering free samples of its new Art Stick Liquid Lip - which is a tube of liquid lip colour. You can pick yours up at its concessions in John Lewis stores, and they comes with a lesson in how to find the perfect lipstick - so you might needs to set aside five minutes or so when you go to get yours.

Best shopping cities in the world
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Best shopping cities in the world
The options are endless when shopping in New York City. Every shop you could wish for can be found in the vibrant east coast city, ensuring you'll never come home empty handed. 
Berlin is home to a host of quirky, niche shops alongside decadent department stores. So not only will you be able to find designer flagship stores but you'll stumble upon trendy boutiques around every corner. 
You will have to head to the opposite side of the United States to make the most of the retail therapy in Los Angeles. The City of Angels boasts a combination of mega malls and vintage stores, making shopping in the city a truly heavenly experience. 
Oxford Street is just one of the road in the capital which puts London on the map for shopping. The city is known as a mecca for shoppers not only from the UK but around the world.
The streets of the Malaysian city are home to designer brands, international chains and plenty more. Not only is Kuala Lumpur known for having a diverse shopping culture, but it's also one of the cheapest shopping destinations. 
This vibrant Japanese city specialises in some of the most exciting fashion from around the world. Tokyo may often be among the most expensive cities to spend in but don't let that take away from the overall shopping experience.
This island may be just two-thirds of the size of New York City but what it lacks in size it makes up for in shopping diversity. Shopping in Singapore guarantees tours of a few designer shops but there are plenty of other, cheaper, shops about too. 
Shopping Istanbul means you'll experience a whole range of shops, with everything from the Grand Bazaar to fancy indoor shopping malls catching the eye of tourists and locals alike. 
Paris is know for it's unique combination of designer boutiques, independent stores and respected fashion houses. Shopping in the City of Love may not be cheap but it's definitely chic! 
Madrid is one of Spain's most exciting cities and it boasts independent shops, flagship stores and designer brands. The variety means you'll always be able to find what you want even if it does come at a price. 

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