Codes galore, £1 kids’ book sale, £29 e-reader, free bus travel and more. These are Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ Deals of the Week.
Remember, deals can change quickly, even while Martin's on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while we hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it
Web exclusive: £29 e-ink touchscreen e-reader reduced from £79
US book retailer Barnes & Noble’s rival to the Kobo Touch has been slashed in price to £29 (usually £79) at all retailers for a limited time only - a ridiculously cheap price for an e-ink (so it reads more like a paper book) touch-screen e-reader.
The £29 price is for a limited time only, though at the time of writing you can get it online and in-store at Currys (free delivery for online orders), online at Very.co.uk (£3.95 delivery), Argos (pick up in-store for free), John Lewis (free delivery) and at the Barnes & Noble UK online store (free delivery).
You can buy books at the Nook website. It also allows the e-Pub format, so you can access many of the thousands of free books available online.
Vouchers and codes
Poundland £2 off £12: Until 8 May print off a voucher from the Poundland website and take it to your nearest store to get £2 off a £12 spend. You can use the voucher on everything except Health Lottery tickets.
Oasis 20% off: Until 7 May you can get 20% off 200+ selected full-price items online at Oasis using the code 20MAYTREAT, or in-store items are simply marked as 20% off. Online delivery costs £3.49.
Vertbaudet 25% off: Until 6 May you can get 25% everything, including sale items, online at children’s clothing, furnishings and furniture retailer Vertbaudet, by entering the code 8181. Delivery’s £3.99.
Debenhams 10% off: From today until 6 May enter the code TK94 online at Debenhams to get 10% off. Delivery's free, but some items such as beauty, fragrance and electricals are excluded – check first.
Flash 20% off Diesel, Office, Levi's & more (London only): Today only you can get a voucher from the Carnaby website and take it along to any of the participating stores, bars and restaurants in Carnaby Street and 12 neighbouring streets in London's West End to get 20% off from 5-9pm. The event also features DJs, live music, makeovers and trend talks. You can also show the ticket on your smartphone, and register at Kingly Court if you're unable to do so beforehand.
FREE Arriva local bus one day travel: Until Sunday bus group Arriva’s offering a free day's regional travel on most of its routes - you can’t use the offer multiple times - it’s only once per person for one day’s travel. To get it you’ll need to download the free Arriva bus app, find your ticket and enter the code 4343 to get the offer. It's a little fiddly to get either a free adult or family ticket (up to two adults and three children) but you could save up to £15.
£1 kids’ book sale: Shop online at Scholastic and you'll find over 100 popular kids' books (for ages 3-13) including Hello Kitty, SpongeBob SquarePants and some Jacqueline Wilson books for just £1, until midday tomorrow. Some books cost a little more, such as The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner for £1.50 (was £8.99).
There's also a decent range of teachers' resources available for £3-£5 (usually £20-£60), including:100 SMART Board Lessons: Year 6 for £5 (was £60) and Health & Wellbeing: Ages 4-5 for £5 (was £60). There's a minimum spend of £10 and delivery is £3 for up to 50 books.