Pull your resources and grab some swimwear bargains as summer holidays begin

THE summer holidays are almost here.

And while it’s unlikely you’ll be jetting off to a hot overseas location, I imagine a trip to the beach or pool is definitely on the cards – especially now that outdoor pools have reopened with safety measures in place.

If your one-piece or trunks have seen better days, here’s how you can save even more on some savvy swimwear…

WOMEN: Grab a stylish swimsuit online at newlook.com – the black belted underwired swimsuit is just £13, down from £25.99. Add a splash of colour with the tummy control padded wrap plunge swimsuit from M&S, now £19.60, down from £28. Or, if you’re looking for a bikini, head to Primark, which has a great range with prices starting at just £2, that’s even cheaper than the Pep&Co range in Poundland. I like the coral mix-and-match bandeau top.

MEN: Guys, you should also check out Primark’s huge range of swimming trucks, prices start at £5 and there’s so many to choose from. Be bold with the pink parrot shorts, £5. If you’re after a designer pair, the sonar teal swim shorts from reiss.com are on sale for £25, down from £50, but you can save even more cash if you buy the similar but cheaper Quiksilver everyday volley shorts from surfdome.com for £16.45, which are down from £27.

KIDS: Kit your little Frozen fans out with a Frozen flounce-trimmed swimsuit, £9.99 at H&M, or to save cash get a two-pack of pink tropical swimsuits at Asda, starting at £8. I also love the green dinosaur swim shorts on sale at johnlewis.com, pricing starts at £6.50, down from £13, and goes up to £8.50 depending on size.

BABY: Dress up your little water baby in the floral surf suit, £10 at matalan.co.uk – it’s suitable for little ones from the age of three months old. Plus, the Baby Shark rash-guard one-piece from gap.co.uk is suitable for newborns and is on sale for £8.99, down from £14.95, that’s a bargain.

  • PRICES correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.

Deal of the day

CHILL out with a tub of Häagen-Dazs Ice Cream Strawberry Cheesecake, down to £3 at Sainsbury’s – usually £4.80

SAVE: £1.80

Cheap treat

A BAG of Cadbury Dairy Milk Buttons is just £1, down from £1.50 at Tesco. What a treat.

SAVE: 50p

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Top swap

FANCY an icy drink this weekend? Moët’s £48.99 Ice Imperial Champagne, above, offers fizz perfect for serving over ice – but you can save pounds by heading to Aldi where you can nab Ice Cava, below, for just £6.99. Sip, sip, hooray!

SAVE: £42

Giselle's little helper

ASDA shoppers can now get their groceries delivered in 30 minutes through Uber Eats.

The new delivery service is available from its Leeds (Pudsey) and Birmingham (Barnes Hill) shops – but it could be rolled out to more Asda stores later this year.

  • PRICES correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.


Shop and save

VITA Coco products are half price at Holland & Barrett. Including a 500ml jar of Coconut Oil now £5.99, down from £11.99.

SAVE: £6

Hot right now

THE Carpetright Save Big Sale means you can save up to 50% on a choice of floors and beds.

  • Visit carpetright.co.uk to choose your flooring.

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Covid-19 measures are in place to keep you safe – so pay a visit now and start #BuildingMemories at LEGOLAND Windsor Resort.

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  • PRICES correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.

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