Up To £40 Off (Using Codes) TODAY ONLY @ Gap

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 22 May, 2015 at 2:53 pm

Up To £40 Off (Using Codes) TODAY ONLY @ Gap

If you have your eye on anything from Gap then today is a good day to buy, as there is a voucher code that will give savings of up to £40 off your online order!

There's just the one code to enter, but the amount you save will depend on how much you spend. You save £10 when you spend £50, save £25 when you spend £75, or save a whopping £40 when you spend £100!

Click here to shop @ Gap*

  • Discount: Save £10 when you spend £50, save £25 when you spend £75, or save £40 when you spend £100.
  • Expires: 22nd May 2015
  • Code: GREATGAP

You can use the code on anything online, including full price and sale lines, so you can get masses of goodies for your money, but the code expires at midnight tonight so you need to hurry!

You can find this Gap Voucher Code along with many more money saving codes over in our voucher section.

1000 Extra Clubcard Points (Worth Up To £40!) When You Spend £60 On Lego @ Tesco Direct

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 22 May, 2015 at 2:27 pm

1000 Extra Clubcard Points (Worth Up To £40!) When You Spend £60 On Lego @ Tesco Direct

If you have some Lego sets on your shopping list then grab them this weekend at Tesco Direct! As well as having loads of reductions and the fact the Lego is included in the Clubcard Boost, you can also get 1000 extra Clubcard Points when you spend £60 on Lego!

The extra 1000 Clubcard points will be worth £10 to spend in store, or £20 when the Clubcard Boost is on like now, or up to £40 in reward vouchers for Days Out and Restaurants. So as well as getting the Lego you could also get a family day out or meal with the points you receive!

The extra 1000 clubcard points will be added at the checkout as long as you spend £60 or more Lego, so there is no code to enter for the offer. As the clubcard statements have just been sent out the extra points will appear on your next statement, so you have a little while to decide how to spend them.

Your Lego sets can be collected from stores for free, or home delivery charges are from £3. This offer is just for the Bank Holiday Weekend and expires on 26th May.

MASSIVE Clearance: Items From 40p Delivered @ Internet Gift Store

by Nada in Deals on 22 May, 2015 at 12:05 pm

MASSIVE Clearance: Items From 40p Delivered @ Internet Gift Store

I get all excited when Internet Gift Store have FREE delivery on and they do for this weekend. IGS is one site that I love browsing. It's like one of those independent gift shops you see on little town's side street. You know the ones, full of unusual bits and pieces. Internet Gift Store boast an impressive clearance section jam packed with bargains. Items start from just 40p delivered.

Think Father's Day, what will you get Daddy Dearest? How about a Superman Neon Light* for his man cave? It's just £19.99 delivered. £12.99 delivered for this Superman Jumpsuit*. This Dr Who Tardis Bathrobe* is just £11.99 delivered.  Have a look there's heaps of goodies that would be ideal for Father's Day.

This One Direction Lunch Bag* is only 75p, that would even be handy to keep as a spare. My boys have lost more lunch boxes than I can count. I might buy a couple of these ones and I bet they would remember theirs all the time.

One thing I will say about Internet Gift Store is that prices can fluctuate at the drop of a hat so just watch out for that!

Limited Collection Lingerie Sets £8 @ Marks And Spencer

by Nada in Deals on 22 May, 2015 at 11:22 am

Limited Collection Lingerie Sets £8 @ Marks And Spencer

If you like to wear matching underwear then you really ought to head over to Marks and Spencer where you can bag a Limited Collection Lingerie Set for just £10. Use the promo code MAY15EM to get it for just £8! I'd be quick because M&S have quite the cult following for their lingerie. I always buy matching sets then end up wearing mismatching after the first use.

There are four different designs of bra to choose from, all with matching briefs. Just pick one of each and you will get the pants/briefs/knickers/whatever you call them for FREE, saving you £4.

They are all pretty modern looking so get it out of your head that Marks and Spencer is for those oldies.

Here are the bras: Daisy Print Padded Plunge Bra (DD-GG)*, that design comes in A-DD* too, Floral Padded Plunge Bra (DD-GG*) or (A-DD*), Striped Padded Balcony Bra (A-E)* and Spotted Balcony Bra (A-E)*.

And the Briefs: Striped Low Brazilian Briefs*, Spotted Brazilian Knickers*, Daisy Print Lace Trim Knickers* and Floral Lace Trim Shorts*.

You can Click and Collect your underwear order for FREE or pay £3.50 to have it delivered to your front door.

Which? Exposes SPF 30 Sun Creams That Don't Work

by Nada in Misc on 22 May, 2015 at 10:56 am

Which? Exposes SPF 30 Sun Creams That Don't Work

When you buy Sun Cream you expect it to protect you from harmful UVA and UVB radiation. They can really cost £££'s so the last think you want is to buy some only to find out that they are not keeping your skin safe. Consumer organisation Which? launched an investigation that involved testing thirteen products with an SPF of 30. An assortment of brands like Hawaiian Tropic, Garnier Ambre Solaire and Boots Soltan sun creams were tested.

The results of this tested proved very interesting indeed. Some failed to provide the SPF level protection that they claimed to.

Here's what Which? said "Don't Buy" to:

  • Boots Soltan Protect & Moisturise Lotion SPF30 (200ml)*:The Which? test found that this Boots Soltan sun lotion provides just under two thirds of the SPF protection it claims. That's an astonishing result from such a well known brand. The test showed that it does meet the EU recommendation for UVA protection but failed the Which? SPF tests TWICE.
  • Hawaiian Tropic Silk Hydration Lotion SPF30 (180ml)*: According to the Which 2015 test results, this Hawaiian Tropic lotion failed TWICE. It does meet EU products for UVA protection though.

Here's three that have failed in recent years but the "failed test" batches are still on the store shelves:

  • Hawaiian Tropic Satin Protection Ultra Radiance Sun Lotion SPF30 (200ml) & Piz Buin Ultra Light Dry Touch Sun Fluid SPF30 (150ml): These two sun creams failed the Which? SPF tests in 2014 and this year when tested again.The Piz Buin Sun Fluid is getting it's formula changed. It won't be on sale until 2017, which means this "failed batch" is still out there.
  • Malibu Protective Lotion SPF30 (200ml): This failed the 2014 tests twice for insufficient SPF30 and UVA protection. The new formula passed both SPF and UVA tests in the 2015 series of tests. However, it is thought that the old "stuff" is still out there but there's a way to tell. The new formula has a reference code on the back of the bottle that starts with FM.

All brands mentioned were made aware of the findings by Which? and state that all the products are tested in accordance with international test methods and meet their SPF claim.

If you do need sun cream and wish to avoid these brands then check out this glitch from Marks and Spencer here*.

Children's Clothing From £2 Delivered @ Cotswold Outdoor

by Nada in Deals on 22 May, 2015 at 10:41 am

Children's Clothing From £2 Delivered @ Cotswold Outdoor

We know that the summer is on the horizon but sometimes you still need some outdoor bits and pieces for comfort. The Clearance at Cotswold Outdoor has a few bits of Childrenswear that would be suitable for this time of year and some so cheap that you won't mind putting it away. Items start from just £2 and they are offering FREE delivery on all orders from 21st to 25th May.

The Girls Supergirl Tee* was £5 and is now just £2.50 delivered. It's a bright pink T-Shirt with big daisy like flowers on the front.  You might not think that you need wellies in the summer but they are handy for muddy walks in the park. These Kids' Puddle Wellies* are reduced from £9 to just £4.50.

They do have more seasonal footwear in the form of sandals: These Girls Little Ahi Sandals* were £13 and are now only £6.50 and these Boys Kids Sunport Junior* was £25 now £12.50.

It's worth having a look at these items and there are some colder weather items too like this Kids Bobbi Fleece* from £7.50.

Thanks to andywedge @ HUKD

15% Off EVERYTHING This Weekend @ Homebase

by Nada in Deals on 22 May, 2015 at 8:57 am

15% Off EVERYTHING This Weekend @ Homebase

Looking for a new lamp or duvet cover set? This weekend is the weekend to make those purchases, as Homebase offers 15% off of EVERYTHING. The good thing is that includes items already in an existing offer or discount event. To get the 15% off all you need to do is enter promo code NEC15 at the checkout.

With this 15% off, you can really save the £'s. Check out these duvet cover sets for example: Bamboo Orange Bedding Set* just £7.64 with code and this Meadow Floral Bedding Set* is just £9.94.

Lighting for the kids' rooms need not cost the earth: Fireman Sam Go Glow Light* just £16.99 and Colour Changing LED Duck Light* now £2.12.

How about papering a feature wall in the living room to change things up? This Fresco Fabric Branches Wallpaper* was £9.99 now £4.93, use that code and you can get it for £4.19. I just love this Coloroll Love Note Wallpaper* was £12.99, now £6.93 and code price is just £5.89.

You can Collect from a Homebase store which is a FREE service or pay £3.95 to have your order delivered.

Thanks to Kazzaca @ HUKD

GLITCH: Massive Discount On Nature's Extracts Toiletries @ Marks And 5pencer

by Nada in Deals on 22 May, 2015 at 7:23 am

GLITCH: Massive Discount On Nature's Extracts Toiletries @ Marks And 5pencer

It's glitch time, which means grab that debit card! Head over to Marks and Spencer and you will see that some of their Nature's Extracts Toiletries have 50% off. Great deal, but add promo code MAY15EM at the check out and it will take 40% off rather than 20%. What's happening is that the 20% is coming off of the original selling price and not the reduced.

I added these items to my order: Lemon Verbena Hand and Body Lotion* was £2 now £1, Two Fresh Aloe Vera Handwashes* was £4 for 2 now £2 and Pampering Cocoa Butter Hand Wash* was £2 now £1. That order would have cost me £8 without any discounts, £4 with just the 50% off and £3.60 once the code is use but because of the glitch you get it all for just £2.40!

As with any glitch, you need to go fast. Items sell out, and the retailer can cotton on and fix that money-saving bug in the system.

You can Click and Collect your order for FREE from Marks and Spencer or pay £3.50 for home delivery.

Thanks to lisalou56696/loopz @ HUKD

Wickey Smart Empire Climbing Tower £374.95 Delivered @ Wickey

by Nada in Deals on 21 May, 2015 at 9:27 pm

Wickey Smart Empire Climbing Tower £374.95 Delivered @ Wickey

This is the back garden toy to please the kids all year round. Check it out! It honestly looks like something you would find down your local park. It is not dirt cheap but it's certainly the cheapest by miles around for something of this calibre. It was £629.95 which to be fair is how much something like this costs but it's now down to just £374.95. Plus you get FREE delivery, which you kind of expect when you are paying this kind of money.

The Wickey Smart Empire Climbing Tower isn't really that expensive when you factor in all of the different play elements. You have a climbing tower, two swings, a telescope, a steering wheel, a sandpit, a tarpaulin roof and a Wickey flag.

This is the best I have seen for this price range and you can pick the colour of the roof which is pretty darn cool. It's made from wood and all of the pieces come pre-drilled. It's not something that will get whizzed in an hour but will more than likely take you a full day with help. The kids will love it even though you will swear no less than thirty times building the thing.

20% Off Selected Lines @ Ann Summers : From £3.20!

by karenm in Deals on 21 May, 2015 at 9:02 pm

20% Off Selected Lines @ Ann Summers : From £3.20!

Us mums can be funny when it comes to spending money on ourselves at the best of times and especially when it comes to something like underwear, well there’s often something more important calling, usually involving the kids! But it’s nice to treat yourself every now and again, especially when there’s a discount and Ann Summers currently have 20% off selected lines, even on items that are already reduced.

As you’d expect there’s loads of gorgeous bras and knickers included in this offer but if you’re after something a little more adventurous what about this Sexy Santa Dress?* Originally £20, it’s now £15 and with that extra 20% automatically taken off at checkout, you’ll only pay £12.

The 20% is off a whole range of Fancy Dress, Hosiery, Swimwear, Erotic and Lingerie and as I mentioned above, that’s on some items that are already reduced, so it’s well worth having a good look around.

The sizes on offer are one of the main draws for me, supermarkets are all well and good price wise but it can be difficult if you’re not a “standard” cup.

The clearance section is also worth a look here* too. Sizes may be more limited in some styles but the prices are great.

Ann Summers also take PayPal and when they send out your items, it’s in “discreet packaging”.  Just in case you don’t fancy the postman knowing where you’ve been shopping but in all honesty who cares?! Just if you’re the shy retiring type.

You can also collect from your local store free of charge, free standard delivery is a reasonable £2.50 (free if you spend more than £35) or if you’re in a rush, next day delivery is £5.95.

Grandfather Gifts For Father's Day 15% Off @ My 1st Years

by Luschka van Onselen in Deals on 21 May, 2015 at 6:48 pm

Grandfather Gifts For Father's Day 15% Off @ My 1st YearsFather's day isn't all about dad, is it? There's got to be a slice of the action for grandad, grandpa, pops, or whatever you call him where you are. I mean, you have him to thank for Dad anyway, and since he doesn't get a day to himself, he'll have to share Dad's! My 1st Years have a great offer at the moment with 15% off for PlayPennies readers when you use the code, PLAYPENNY15 so have a look below at what we've found for grandads.

Of course there's a good selection of gifts for dads too, but grandfather gifts include the Grandfather Cufflinks & Box* for £12.24 when you've popped the discount code in at the checkout.

There's also a selection of photo frames with 'Grandchild' or 'Grandchildren' starting at £10 - that's £8.50 with the code.

But, have a look at the 'gifts for grownups' page to see what else is available, whether for their daddy or yours, and don't forget your code for 15% off.

Recline Glider Chair & Stool £79.99 @ Kiddicare

by Luschka van Onselen in Deals on 21 May, 2015 at 6:11 pm

Recline Glider Chair & Stool £79.99 @ KiddicareIf you're kitting out a nursery at the moment, the Recline Glider Chair & Stool at Kiddicare is a great place to start prepping for all those late night feeding sessions.  Normally £164.99 this set is now £79.99, saving you a whopping £85.

Make the most of the precious time with your baby by putting your feet up in this luxury chair.

This gliding nursing chair has armrests & a matching footstool. It also has a traditional bow back design and a solid rubberwood frame with deep soft upholstery and an adjustable back rest with 7 settings from upright to recline for comfort and to help you get comfortable.

The chair arrives flat packed, so you will need to assemble it - or get someone else to do it!

Make sure you have a basket that is easy to reach from the chair, where you keep your book, tablet, a supply of bottled water, and some snacks - everything you need to nourish and look after yourself while you're looking after your little one too.

(EXPIRED) FLASH SALE: Up to 85% Off Until Midnight @ The Book People

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 21 May, 2015 at 5:36 pm

(EXPIRED) FLASH SALE: Up to 85% Off Until Midnight @ The Book People

The Book People always have great prices on their books, but when they have a flash sale like this one that's when the really big savings can be found. Sadly this one ends at midnight tonight so you don't have long to grab the bargains.

It's the book collections that are always the best value, and it's great for stocking up on party bag fillers (yes, they are that cheap!), or books to keep the kids occupied over the holidays. There are some great educational titles and activity books as well as all the fiction, and many that combine both like the early readers collections.

There's a couple of collections that have dropped in price lower than I have ever seen them, and they are a couple of their best sellers as well! The 10 Book Julia Donaldson Collection* is down to an amazing £9, which is the cheapest it has been in at least the last two years, if not longer! The 10 Book Horrible Histories Collection* complete with slipcase is also lower than ever, as it's normal offer price of £10, but now it is only £8.50!

There are tons of others to choose from, and if you can bump your order to over £25 you will avoid the £2.95 delivery charge as well. Time to stock up!

25% Off Half Term Cinema Tickets with code @ Odeon

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 21 May, 2015 at 4:48 pm

25% Off Half Term Cinema Tickets with code @ Odeon

Have you planned anything for half term yet? If you fancy a trip to the cinema then you can get a nice chunk off the ticket prices with the voucher code we have for you. If you book in advance for Half Term week (Saturday 23rd to Thursday 28th May) you can get 25% off all your tickets with the code OFFER25. 

Click here to book cinema tickets @ Odeon*

  • Discount: 25% off cinema tickets for showings from 23rd to 28th May 2015
  • Expires: Friday 22nd May 2015
  • Main Terms: Valid on standard seating for 2D or 3D screenings, not valid on Family Tickets.
  • Code: OFFER25

You need to make your booking either today or tomorrow to get the 25% off the ticket price, and then you will have got one day of half term activities sorted out already! Odeon have also recently scrapped online booking fees, so the tickets price with the 25% off is all that you will have to pay. Family Ticket bundles are already discounted, so there is no further reduction on those.

The full terms and conditions can be found on the Odeon Website here*.

You can find this Odeon Cinemas Voucher Code along with money saving codes for many other retailers over in our voucher section.

So, what do you fancy watching?

Thanks to pmackers @ HUKD

FREE Award Winning Maths App For 5 - 6 Year Olds (iOS)

by karenm in Freebies on 21 May, 2015 at 3:51 pm

FREE Award Winning Maths App For 5 - 6 Year Olds (iOS)

Nice little freebie on offer here but you’ll have to be quick as there’s only 1,000 codes available. Unfortunately it’s only available on iOS devices at the minute, there are plans for it on Android but no date has been set as yet.

There’s a few ways to claim a code for your little one. You can send a direct message on Twitter to @UKEdChat, or request one via a message on the link below.

I like these little apps as they make learning fun, which is half the battle where kids are concerned. This one by Andrew Brodie, a former teacher and headmaster, is described as “engaging” and “rewarding” – and it award winning no less.

Developed with the current curriculum changes that are happening in school across the UK right now, this particular app is aimed at 5 to 6 year olds and is split into three parts :

1.Starter questions – random questions aimed as a ‘warm-up’ activity.

2.Progress tests – Seven sets of 20 questions to explore your maths ability and tracking score.

3.Practice quizzes – An unlimited quiz set to check skills.

Generally these apps cost around a couple of pounds over on iTunes and if you’d like to find out more click here for 6-7, 7-8 is here and 8-9 is here.

Something you think your little one would enjoy?

Thanks to supergiraffe @ HUKD!

 

So Now The Dad Bod Is A Thing (Good News For Fathers Everywhere...)

by Heidi Scrimgeour in Misc on 21 May, 2015 at 2:46 pm

So Now The Dad Bod Is A Thing (Good News For Fathers Everywhere...)

Er, I hesitate to ask this, but have you heard of the 'dad bod'?

Apparently this article called Why Girls Love The Dad Bod has been causing something of a stir online, provoking quite the debate.
BBC News - in a piece called 'Why slightly flabby middle-aged guys are suddenly sexy' - reports:

"Young women are getting into the "Dad Bod" - but some think it's a recipe for laziness - while others are calling for a celebration of the female equivalent."

Similarly, the New York Times reports:

On average, dads are 10 pounds heavier than non-dads; they’re carrying nearly an extra two inches on their waist; and their bellies stick out an extra half-inch.

Call this fatherly self-satisfaction a result of diminished expectations: When asked their ideal weight, dads volunteered a number that was five pounds heavier than what non-dads did.

And fathers seemed to be making no particular effort to fight the dad bod. They were no more likely than non-dads to say they had tried to lose weight in the last year, with 70 percent saying they hadn’t.

Now apparently you don't have to be a dad to have a dad bod, and critics are arguing that this whole 'dad bod' talk is sexist and demeaning to men. Meanwhile, others say we should be similarly celebrating the mum bod.

We'd love to hear your views on this one. Does the man in your life have a dad bod and, if so, does that merely add to his many charms?

Image credit: Flickr.com/BrandonAtkinson

Pie Face Game £12.95 @ Asda George!

by karenm in Deals on 21 May, 2015 at 2:35 pm

Pie Face Game £12.95 @ Asda George!

I'm not going to spend too long talking about this as everyone and their aunt is after Pie Face right now, you only have to check out eBay to see the crazy money some people are paying for this retro favourite!

It's a really simple but fun game. You put your face in the frame, pie foam gets put on the paddle, then you spin the disc to see how many times you have to turn the handle, and hope that your face doesn't get splatted. It's like russian roulette with foam.

Lisa did tell you a few days ago how to pre order it from Home Bargains* but add on the delivery and Asda George is still cheaper and it's in stock NOW! I'd hurry if you want this one, can't see it lasting too long!

You can collect it from your local store free of charge or opt for home delivery but that will add £2.95 to your total.

Thanks to PrernaK @ HUKD!

(EXPIRED) 5 Days Of Wonder @ The Disney Store: Today's Offer 25% Off Dolls, Figurine Sets & Bath Toys

by Lisa Hayes in Deals on 21 May, 2015 at 2:29 pm

(EXPIRED) 5 Days Of Wonder @ The Disney Store: Today's Offer 25% Off Dolls, Figurine Sets & Bath Toys

The Disney Store have promised some fantastic offers over the next few days, and we just can't wait! It's their "Five Days Of Wonder" with a different offer every day starting from today, and there have been some absolute crackers in the past so we'll be keeping a close eye on what each day's offer is.

Day 1 has started with 25% Off Selected Lines, and the offer is an online exclusive so you don't need to rush down to the shops. The items reduced are Classic Princess Dolls, along with lots of Figurine Sets and Bath Toy Sets, all with 25% off.

We're on to Day Two now and it's, wait for it....FROZEN! Anna, Elsa and Olaf with 25% off for 24 hours only!

The Classic Dolls in the offer include some not often in sales, and they are all down in price from £12.50 to £9.38! Less than £10 for one of these Disney Dolls is a bit of a bargain, especially if you know someone who collects them. You can choose from Jasmin, Mulan, The Little Mermaid, Pocahontas, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Merida, Tiana, Rapunzel, Snow White and Belle. The boys are the same price and you can get Aladdin, Flynn, Li Shang, John Smith and Prince Naveen.

The Figurine Sets are really great value as for £9.71 you get 6 or 7 figures, and it includes all the toys a child would need to recreate their favourite film or Disney Junior tv show. The Finding Nemo set looks so cute, and the Doc McStuffins one looks pretty fabulous as well! There's also Planes, Disney Princess, Sofia The First, Minnie, The Incredibles, Cars and Disney Fairies.

The Bath Toy Sets are just as good value, as they are also £9.71 rather than the usual £12.95, and again that includes 6 or 7 characters. I love the Jake and The Neverland Pirates one myself - it even includes the Tick Tock Croc!

This 25% Off saving is for TODAY ONLY, so if there is something you want to get you don't have much time!

20% Off Children's Last Chance Items Plus £5 Off £25 Spend(Code Req) @ Matalan

by Nada in Deals on 21 May, 2015 at 11:55 am

 20% Off Children's Last Chance Items Plus £5 Off £25 Spend(Code Req) @ Matalan

Matalan is a cheap place to shop for kids clothes, you get a lot for your money. That's at full price, so when you can get it reduced the deal is even sweeter. Check out their "Last Chance" Sections and save an extra 20% off the current prices. Spend £25 or more and get £5 off when you enter promo code KIDS160. Spend £40 and get £10 off with KIDS180 and £15 off £60 spend with KIDS170.

There's some really good deals to be had in both the girls and boys sections. It's stock that is getting discontinued for whatever reason  and will not be returning to Matalan. They offer 20% off of them so it's a great way of snapping up a bargain.

Here's what I found for the boys: Two Pack of Boys Short Sleeve School Shirts* was £4 to £7 now only £3.20 to £5.60 and Red and White Striped Polo Shirt* was £5 to £6 and is now £4 to £4.80.

For those little ladies: Girls' Swimsuit* was £4 now £3.20, Pack of Two School Blouses* was £4 to £7 now £3.20 to £5.60 and Disney Cinderella Costume* was £14 now £11.20.

Collect your order in store for FREE or pay £3.95 for home delivery.

Selected Fisher Price Little People Toys Around Half Price Or Less @ Argos

by Nada in Deals on 21 May, 2015 at 11:10 am

Selected Fisher Price Little People Toys Around Half Price Or Less @ Argos

Fisher Price struck gold when they released their Little People Toys. They are very popular and I can see why. My boys loved their Little People Toys and were always playing with them. I went on to sell them once they had outgrown them and got a good chunk of my money back. Argos has slashed the prices of Selected Fisher Price Little People Toys. That Disney Palace is included so get over there now!

Its been quite a while since the Fisher Price Little People Disney Princess Songs Palace was sub thirty quid. Argos have it reduced from £54.99 to just £27.49. This all singing and dancing play castle is highly sought after so I'd get it reserved ASAP if you want one at this price. This is currently £55 at Debenhams!

The Fisher Price Little People Racing Ramps Playset is now only £19.99, reduced from £39.99. It's selling for £39.99 at Toys R Us, so the Argos price is a genuine reduction.

There are two more LP reduced at Argos too: the Fire Station down from £29.99 to just £15.99 and the LP I-JIG Digital Jigsaw. That was £19.99 and is now only £5.99.

You can Reserve and Collect your Little People items for FREE from an Argos store or pay £3.95 for home delivery.