There’s a great bunch of money-saving deals and discounts for you to grab this week, including free festivals, a range of DIY offers, and tips on spotting a dodgy online car deal.
But don’t forget, a bargain is only a good deal if you were planning to splash out on it anyway.
Kids eat free at Yo!
The Japanese sushi chain Yo! is offering free kids’ meals over the school holidays. To qualify, a child must be under 12 and with an adult who’s spending minimum of £10.
Under the offer, kids can have a starter, main and drink from the Mini Ninja’s Meal Deal, which normally costs £5.95.
The offer runs until Sunday 2 September.
25% off school uniforms
Looking ahead a week or two, Argos has cut the price of school uniforms by 25%. The offer runs until mid-September.
25% off Tu clothes
Sainsbury’s is offering 25% off all its Tu clothing at the moment. The deal is in branches and online.
25% at Cafe Rouge
French food chain Cafe Rouge has 25% off all starters, mains, desserts, sides and sharers until 9 September. The deal is valid Sunday to Friday, so not on Saturdays. You’ll need to download a voucher from here.
Wembley tour at half-price
You can get a Wembley Stadium 75-minute guided tour for two for just £19.50 through Travelzoo until the end of September.
The behind-the-scenes offer will save you up to 50% off the usual price. Go here to buy the voucher and check available dates.
Two-year mobile deal includes £150 easyJet voucher
Three Mobile is offering a £150 easyJet Holidays voucher to all new and existing customers who take out a new 24-month handset plan with the mobile firm.
The vouchers are available for a limited time and can be redeemed up to 6-months from the date of receipt.
Veggie week at Lidl
Discount supermarket chain Lidl has a special Veggie Week until next Wednesday. There are offers on a range of Vemendo brand vegetarian food plus offers on the likes of Quorn and Linda McCartney dishes.
Halfords sale on bikes and more
Meanwhile, at Halfords, there are discounts on a range of bikes, dash cams and toolsets in its Big Summer Sale.
Tip of the week
Are you a victim of the Ryanair flight cancellations? You may be able to claim compensation.
Hundreds of the budget airline’s flights have been cancelled this summer after strikes were called by staff across Europe. The move has caused distress and disruption for thousands of passengers.
But you may be able to claim compensation if you’re a victim.
Under EU rules, consumers can claim up to £540. MoneySavingExpert has a very helpful Flight Delay Compensation guide explaining your rights and how you may be able to claim compensation.