Freebie Friday

Welcome to Freebie Friday, a weekly round up of the very best discounts, deals and freebies around. This week we have free tennis sessions and lessons, and big discounts on clothes, toiletries, flowers and hotel breaks.

It might be time to start thinking about Mothers' Day.... or just indulging yourself.


Marriott

Marriott is offering 15% off UK and Europe weekend breaks - as long as you book by 18 March and travel between 22 March and 2 June this year. It might be a great Mothers' Day gift - or just a chance for a bit of self-indulgent escape.

Just enter the code from vouchercodespro.co.uk, 3CE, and you'll get deals in cities ranging from Dublin, Paris and Amsterdam to Swansea and Sunderland.

Debenhams Flowers

There's 14% off the Mothers' Day range at Debenhams Flowers with myvouchercodes.co.uk. Just enter the code MD14MVC at the checkout to get your reduction.

The range isn't massively cheap and starts at £24.99 - so you can get cheaper flowers delivered from the supermarket services. Alternatively, you can splash out for a £35 bouquet, save almost £5 and get a free gift set of posh smellies thrown in too.

Boots

This weekend if you spend £70 on the Boots Website, you can get £10 off, with the code MUM2013 from myvouchercodes.co.uk.

Clearly it's designed as an easy solution for those who can't think what their mum might need - for whom a gift set or some perfume could solve the dilemma. However, even if you have a 'card only' agreement with your mum, you can cash in and stock up on some essentials.

Oasis

You can get an impressive 30% off full-price clothes at Oasis on Monday. You'll need to buy this week's Look magazine - which will set you back £1 - and inside there's a code which will get you 30% off your order. It's worth bearing in mind that delivery will cost £3.49. However, as long as you were planning to spend £15 or more, it'll start to save you money.

Tennis

There's something for nothing on offer at the UK's tennis courts and clubs. Tennisforfree.com lists the public park courts that enable you to play for free. There are more than 2,500 of them across the country, so there should be one reasonably handy.

In addition, they throw in free tennis coaching sessions at some of them. At the moment there are only 14 programmes in operation, so you'll need to check if there's anything on near you. However, if there's a free scheme nearby you can register online and join in for nothing - they'll even provide the raquets and balls.