Lindt

20 Apr 19
A Stunning Mess

it’s not too late to set yourself up for an Easter egg hunt tomorrow morning! Get yourself down to the nearest supermarket and grab these Easter chocolate treats for cheap!

20 Apr 19
Fixtures Close Up

This Lindt Personalized Easter Bunny Promotion encourages you to go beyond just giving any-old gold-foil-wrapped, chocolate Easter Bunny. Customize your Lindt gift at MyGoldBunny.com. But please do plan ahead and order early enough for custom production and shipping. Also, a small footnote cautions “While Supplies Last.” This timely Lindt Personalized Easter Bunny Promotion seen at […]

20 Apr 19
Fixtures Close Up

This Easter Bunny BOGO, Buy Three Get One Free seems more a store promotion than one direct from Lindt. The sign style is something of a giveaway. Still a good promotional idea nonetheless, and I’m sure Lindt heartily approves as a means of upping sales. Good for the customer too. Even with small modern household size, […]

20 Apr 19
Bresnehan Family Travels

Dan Not one to go anywhere under-prepared, I spent some time this morning reading up on the history of Montmartre and studying the Metro Map, working out the best route to get us there. I was able to reel off some amazing facts to excite the troops before I led them into the Bastille Metro […]

20 Apr 19
plants for peace
20 Apr 19
A PINCH OF PALEO

I haven’t been doing a lot of cooking lately.  I recently lost my husband unexpectedly and my amazing family, friends, co-workers and neighbors have kept me fed with homemade,  meal delivery service and restaurant meals.  Needless to say, I have put on a few pounds and have definitely not been eating Paleo.   I tried to […]

20 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

BRITS will inject a whopping £ 11billion on this Easter holiday weekend – despite limited opening hours. When did the stores actually open today, tomorrow and Easter Monday? Supermarket giants such as Tesco, Aldi and Sainsbury's have confirmed that their doors will be opened during the Bank Holiday weekend. Here's everything you need to know […]

20 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
YOU can use a clever deal-stacking trick at Mothercare to bag savings of up to 78 per cent on toys this Easter bank holiday weekend. The high street retailer has another huge sale on, plus a 3 for 2 offer that can be combined to give you a great deal. Mothercare has a huge toy sale on More than 1,200 toys are included in the 3 for 2 offer, which you can apply at the checkout if you enter the code: EASTER. There’s also a 50 per cent off sale, and most of the same toys are included in that deal too. If you stack the two offers, you can bag discounts of up to 78 per cent off. Even though Mothercare says it’s a 50 per cent off sale, there are some toys we’ve found with bigger discounts. [bc_video video_id=”5785926418001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Mothercare to shut 50 stores as part of a restructuring plan – with hundreds of job losses expected”] And if you buy three for two, you can get them for an even lower price. Both offers run until Tuesday on Mothercare’s website. We’ve asked if the deals are available in stores too and we will update this article if we hear back. The best value toy we found was a buggy driving bar for your baby’s pushchair, reduced from £30 to £10 – a discount of 67 per cent. But if you buy three for two at a cost of £20, you’ll actually save 78 per cent. It comes less than a week since Mothercare’s last sale. Of course, just because something is in the sale doesn’t mean you can’t find it cheaper elsewhere, so it’s important to always shop around and compare prices. Tools such as Google Shopping are free and easy to use. We’ve rounded up some of the best bargains below. Happyland Cherry Lane Cottage This dolls house is suitable for ages two to five Was: £60, Now: £24 (60 per cent off) – buy now Hexagon Ball Pit This ballpit comes with slots for little ones to push balls through Was: £25, Now: £12.50 (50 per cent off) – buy now Lights And Sounds Buggy Driver – Pink This bar attaches to your baby’s pushchair and gives them lots of things to play with Was: £30, Now: £10 (67 per cent off) – buy now Magnetic Playcentre – Red This magnetic blackboard comes with letters to stick on and chalk to write on the board Was: £30, Now: £12 (60 per cent off) – buy now Twist and Turn Activity House This toy is suitable from 12 months and comes with lots to keep little ones busy Was: £30, Now: £15 (50 per cent off) – buy now Wooden Farmhouse Kitchen Perfect for kids aged between three and eight, this toy kitchen is perfect for play cooking Was: £150, Now: £63.75 (58 per cent off) – buy now [article-rail-section title=”More on Money” posts_category=”34″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Lindt is having an Easter egg clearance sale today and you can get chocolate from just £1. Argos also has a mega sale on over the Easter bank holiday weekend. While B&Q is doing 20 per cent off plants this weekend if you want to spruce up your garden. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk
20 Apr 19
The Sun
YOU can use a clever deal-stacking trick at Mothercare to bag savings of up to 78 per cent on toys this Easter bank holiday weekend. The high street retailer has another huge sale on, plus a 3 for 2 offer that can be combined to give you a great deal. Mothercare has a huge toy sale on More than 1,200 toys are included in the 3 for 2 offer, which you can apply at the checkout if you enter the code: EASTER. There’s also a 50 per cent off sale, and most of the same toys are included in that deal too. If you stack the two offers, you can bag discounts of up to 78 per cent off. Even though Mothercare says it’s a 50 per cent off sale, there are some toys we’ve found with bigger discounts. [bc_video video_id=”5785926418001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Mothercare to shut 50 stores as part of a restructuring plan – with hundreds of job losses expected”] And if you buy three for two, you can get them for an even lower price. Both offers run until Tuesday on Mothercare’s website. We’ve asked if the deals are available in stores too and we will update this article if we hear back. The best value toy we found was a buggy driving bar for your baby’s pushchair, reduced from £30 to £10 – a discount of 67 per cent. But if you buy three for two at a cost of £20, you’ll actually save 78 per cent. It comes less than a week since Mothercare’s last sale. Of course, just because something is in the sale doesn’t mean you can’t find it cheaper elsewhere, so it’s important to always shop around and compare prices. Tools such as Google Shopping are free and easy to use. We’ve rounded up some of the best bargains below. Happyland Cherry Lane Cottage This dolls house is suitable for ages two to five Was: £60, Now: £24 (60 per cent off) – buy now Hexagon Ball Pit This ballpit comes with slots for little ones to push balls through Was: £25, Now: £12.50 (50 per cent off) – buy now Lights And Sounds Buggy Driver – Pink This bar attaches to your baby’s pushchair and gives them lots of things to play with Was: £30, Now: £10 (67 per cent off) – buy now Magnetic Playcentre – Red This magnetic blackboard comes with letters to stick on and chalk to write on the board Was: £30, Now: £12 (60 per cent off) – buy now Twist and Turn Activity House This toy is suitable from 12 months and comes with lots to keep little ones busy Was: £30, Now: £15 (50 per cent off) – buy now Wooden Farmhouse Kitchen Perfect for kids aged between three and eight, this toy kitchen is perfect for play cooking Was: £150, Now: £63.75 (58 per cent off) – buy now [article-rail-section title=”More on Money” posts_category=”344″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Lindt is having an Easter egg clearance sale today and you can get chocolate from just £1. Argos also has a mega sale on over the Easter bank holiday weekend. While B&Q is doing 20 per cent off plants this weekend if you want to spruce up your garden. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk
20 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

BRITS will inject a whopping £ 11billion on this Easter holiday weekend – despite limited opening hours. When did the stores actually open today, tomorrow and Easter Monday? Supermarket giants such as Tesco, Aldi and Sainsbury's have confirmed that their doors will be opened during the Bank Holiday weekend. Here's everything you need to know […]

20 Apr 19
scottcarlin

He looked down at the screwed-up piece of paper – as crumpled, he thought, as his hopes and desires – and saw the pesky hole in his sock where his big toe was starting to poke through. Seven years working on the same opening scene to his novel, and still he hadn’t got past the […]

20 Apr 19
Daily Passion Page

As a choc-o-holic, I never thought I’d ever turn ANY chocolate away. So, your chocolate indulgence is safe with this alternative shopping list of “Vegan” Easter Treats.

20 Apr 19
Metro
(Picture: Getty/Metro.co.uk) It’s the Easter weekend, and along with shovelling the remains of a Lindt bunny into your mouth and vaguely thinking about religion, you’ll want to decorate your body to fit the Easter theme. If you didn’t fancy turning your face into a Creme Egg, never fear, for there’s another beauty trend you can jump on. You’ll still need to commit to painting your cheeks, though. The hot trend for the chocolate-eating season is painting your buttocks to resemble two colourful Easter eggs. The look actually started back in 2016, when the good people of BuzzFeed did a photoshoot entirely dedicated to men’s bums with Easter designs. They even stuck baskets underneath the crease, which we think is a delightful addition. It’s a look. As bums have continued to be trendy (have you seen janties?), Easter bottoms have made a comeback. Now, we invite all those who have respect for this special day to pull down their pants and ask a buddy to paint on some chicks. It’s the right thing to do. The good news is that this trend is open to all. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you look like – as long as you have a bottom that can be painted, you can get involved. (Picture: markymakeupdotcom) We’d recommend pairing your Easter butt with assless chaps for extra Coachella vibes. [metro-zone-post-strip] The bad news is that you will need to recruit someone to paint your bum, unless you’re particular dexterous and have a multiple mirror setup in your bathroom. Call a friend and do each other’s bums before the Easter egg hunt. It’s the perfect Easter activity. [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/04/19/a-naughty-dog-was-rushed-to-the-vets-after-he-sneakily-ate-seven-easter-eggs-9265806/” title=”A naughty dog was rushed to the vets after he sneakily ate seven Easter eggs”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/04/19/easter-egg-hunts-can-london-weekend-9261138/” title=”Easter egg hunts you can do in London this weekend”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/04/19/give-easter-eggs-give-9260299/” title=”When should you give Easter eggs and why do we give them?”]