Transform your family night into a delight with four tips that won't break the bank | The Sun

Transform your family night into a delight with four tips that won't break the bank | The Sun

IT’S time to end the summer holidays on a high.

As the countdown begins to the start of the new school term, take time to enjoy some treats together. And with deals on everything from desserts to days out, fun doesn’t have to cost a fortune.

A TOPPING TREAT: Opt for a family film night, complete with pizzas and chocolate. Make it a Tuesday night and you can get two for one on large or medium Domino’s pizzas.

Sainsbury’s also has Pizza Express favourites down from £5.50 to £2.75. Top it off with Haagen-Dazs Mini Cups Caramel Collection, now £3 for four at Sainsbury’s, saving £2.

TAKE A BOW: Knock the kids' socks off with a trip to the theatre in London’s West End. There are still a smattering of seats available for the end of Kids’ Theatre Week, which runs through August.

Seats for the Horrible Histories Terrible Tudors show start at £10.50. For £23.50, a fraction of the normal price, you can see hit show Wicked. Visit officiallondontheatre.com/kids-week.

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MAKE A MEAL OF IT: Many restaurants and supermarket cafes are giving families a helping hand this summer with money off meals.

For a real treat, restaurant chain Bill’s is letting kids eat free Monday to Friday when an adult with them pays for a main course.

In M&S cafes, youngsters qualify for a free meal when you spend at least £5. At the weekend, kids can enjoy a free meal on Sundays when dining with an adult at The Real Greek, which has outlets across the country.

EARLY LEARNING: Get brains back in gear for the start of term by going on a family trip to a brilliant museum.

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You can find a list of free places on the Money Saving Expert website at moneysavingexpert.com/deals/free-museums-and-art-galleries, including amazing places like the National Railway Museum in York, the Bolton Museum, Aquarium and Archive, and London’s Natural History Museum.

  • All prices on page correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.

Deal of the day

THE Cuggl Westbury nursery furniture set from Argos – cot, wardrobe and a chest of drawers with changer – is down from £720 to £584.

SAVE: £136

Cheap Treat

SELECTED Gu desserts at Morrisons, including Inspirations Cookies & Cream, are down from £3.59 to £2.25 for a pack of two.

SAVE: £1.34

What’s new?

ENCOURAGE your kids to get creative with this Harry Potter luminous drawing board, down from £16.99 to £14.99 at B&M.

Top swap


STORE your summer clothes in a cream faux-linen ottoman, for £20 from Dunelm. Or try Wilko’s same-sized version, for £13.60.

SAVE: £6.40

Leah’s little helper

WHEN you book your car in for a service at Halfords, add on its new Fuel Efficiency Pack procedure, £30.

The company says it will remove carbon deposits from the fuel system, making the car run more efficiently. Kevin Booker, the Guinness World Record holder for maximising fuel efficiency, has given it the thumbs-up.

Shop & save

TESCO has cut the price of school essentials for Clubcard holders. The Staedtler Collection tin is now half price at £9, from £18.

SAVE: £9

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ALDI’S 30-day matured, 1kg tomahawk steak is £14.99. Yes, it weighs a huge 1kg!

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