Welcome to Freebie Friday, a weekly round up of the very best discounts, deals and freebies around.
This week we've got free messages from Santa, free manicures and razors, and savings of up to 50% on some Christmas classics.
Free message from Santa
There are a couple of options. You can get your child to write to Santa through the Royal Mail's service. This means sending your letter to Santa/Father Christmas, Santa's Grotto, Reindeerland, SAN TA1. If you include a stamped, addressed envelope and write by 14 December, you'll get a written reply.
Alternatively you can have a video from Santa emailed to you, through the free option at the portable north pole.
This lets you put in details of your child's name, location, the gifts they are going to get, and some brief details about their life, and the video will be tailored accordingly.
If you buy Always or Tampax special offer packs, and register on the website
, you can have a free manicure at selected salons any time before April next year (you'll also need to keep the pack to show when you arrive for your appointment).
If you buy the current issue of GQ, it comes with a free Wilkinson Sword razor. The magazine is hardly a steal, but the razor is worth about £8, so it's a decent saving, with a magazine thrown in for good measure.
If you've suddenly done the maths and realised you don't have enough chairs/beds to go around this Christmas, then some new furniture could be in order. If you buy from Sainsbury's before 22nd December you can get £10 off every £100 you spend with the vouchercodespro.co.uk code XD4T-LKTT-TLGX.
The Body Shop
You can get 50% of everything online from 6pm on Sunday, for one day only. Just use the code, CHRISTMAS at the checkout.
B&Q festive decorations
If you're dressing the house and you fancy saving some cash, then it's worth looking at B&Q online. It is already offering 3 for the price of 2. However, if you click through to Christmas trees, lights and decorations, you'll also find 25% off until Sunday 16 December - and you can use both deals together. You do have to pay £5 delivery - but you can click the option to have it delivered to the store for free instead.