bargains

On my second visit I was cheerily told that there was no bacon... or sausage... or eggs... or baguettes. It was 8:45 and they're meant to be serving this stuff till eleven. I left, annoyed, like a pup denied milk at his mother's teat.
As people wind down for Christmas, there's one thing on the horizon that we can't help but get a tiny bit excited about. And
Remember that a good deal isn't just about a low price. Many retailers will offer benefits through other means, such as doubling loyalty points, so do keep an eye out and don't be tempted into buying something just because it's cheaper than usual.
I was first bitten by the vintage bug in 1983, borrowing my grandma's 60s kitten heeled sling backs - they had toes so pointed you could have impaled anyone you kicked. I carefully borrowed a few of grannie's pieces - mostly shoes, jewellery and handbags to add to my puff ball skirts, explosive hair and wrist to elbow silver slave bangles.
A pensioner who bought bought a bag in a charity shop for £20 has discovered his purchase could now be worth £350,000. John
Hurrah! The Topshop sale (aka our favourite sale) has just launched in-store and online, and in looking for an excuse to
Chocoholics besieged Tesco supermarkets after it accidentally starting selling Terry's Chocolate Oranges for only 29p. Tills