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Cut-price pizza and ice cream: this week's deals and discounts

There are pizza and ice cream deals on offer. Getty Images

There’s a great bunch of money-saving deals and discounts for you to grab this week, including cash for answers and pizza and ice cream deals.

But don’t forget, a bargain is only a good deal if you were planning to splash out on it anyway.

Cash for answers

You can earn money for your opinions by competing surveys and research company YouGov is recruiting at the moment.

They send you regular surveys and you earn point which can then be cashed-in for money or or a mixture of different rewards.

You can earn up to £50 a survey, although most pay much less. Go to YouGov to register.

Pizza deal

M&S is running a pizza deal in stores for a week from next Wednesday, just in time for the crucial England v Belgium World Cup game.

For just £10 you’ll be able to pick up two stone-baked pizzas and two sides, including a crunchy salad and garlic bread. The store reckons you’ll be able to save nearly £5.

A freezer full of ice cream

At Waitrose this week there’s three-for-two offer on all ice creams, which means you can stock up for the summer on your favourite Magnums, ice lollies, sorbets or luxury ice cream. Go here to see all the deals.

Computer fun for kids at Apple

Apple Camp is a free three-day summer programme for kids aged 8 to 12 where they can make films, compose musical stories, code games and robots, and more.

Of course, it is all designed to showcase the latest Apple products, but it could be a lot of fun for children interested. Booking opens on Monday 25 June and to find what’s on offer at your nearest store and book go to Apple

£100 off long-haul breaks

You can get £100 off a trip to Barbados. Getty Images

If you’ve yet to book a long-haul trip this summer, you can get £100 off packages through holiday firm First choice for journeys until the end of the October.

Deals include beach breaks in Asia and getaways to St Lucia or Barbados, although the minimum spend is £1,100. Just got to FirstChoice and use the code LH100 when booking to get the saving.

35% off at the Body Shop – including sale Items

Splash out at the Body Shop online before next Tuesday 26 June and you can get 35% whatever you buy.

There are some restrictions, such as gift cards, but use the promo code 14672 to get the discount and if you spend more than £20 you’ll get free delivery.

Adult? You can still get an NUS student card for discounts

An NUS student card offers money-off a range of brands including Amazon, Apple, Zavvi, Spotify and more. But the website LatestDeals says it’s easy for adults to snap up an NUS student card and qualify for the offers.

You just need to go to GoGroopie and buy a £4 ECareers course. Then Go to ECareers, apply the voucher and buy the course. Next, go to NUS website, apply and buy the card. The total price for a one year NUS card should be about £16. 

Here’s a step-by-step tutorial produced by LatestDeals.

Check your air-conditioning

Halfords is offering free air conditioning checks on your car’s refrigerant levels in its 400 stores across the country. 

There’s no need to book, just turn up at the nearest participating store where the in-store specialists will give your air conditioning a check-up. But with the company offering an air conditioning re-charge service for £40, do be prepared to say no to ensure your free check-up is just that. For more information visit Halfords

John Lewis sale

It’s the John Lewis Clearance right now so could be worth checking out your local branch for bargains. Or head online to see the range of deals across the store.

Looking for garden furniture?

Buying garden furniture? Check out the offers first. Getty Images

The bargain-hunting website HotUKdeals has put together a useful thread of the best garden furniture deals available across the country at the moment. You can check it out here

Tip of the week

Apple offers discounts for students and education workers.

If you’re studying at university or you work in education at any level — lecturer, school teacher or office staff, for instance — you can save as much as 15% on Apple products such as iMacs, MacBooks and iPads, points out Kara Gammell of Your Best Friend’s Guide To Cash.

To verify your education status, go to Apple.com