This week's discounts, deals and freebies
This week you can make money from decluttering, spend £1 to make £5, and help yourself to a St Patrick's Day drink on the house.
Free Amazon vouchersIf you have shelves groaning with books you have already read, you can trade them in with Amazon.co.uk and get a voucher to spend on the site in return.
You'll need to check if there's a trade-in deal for the books you have - and check carefully to make sure it's exactly the same as the one listed. Then you just post them off and a voucher will be credited to your account.
The money you can get for your books varies from 5p to over £5, depending on the book in question. It includes 25p for a copy of The Notebook or £1.11 for a paperback of My Sister's Keeper.
At the moment Amazon is also doing a deal where anyone trading in £5 worth of books in a single submission before the end of the month will be entered into a prize draw - with the chance of winning £100 in Amazon vouchers.
20% off toysThe Early learning Centre is offering 20% off all toys bought on its website until Monday. You need to spend £50, and enter the code 20TOY at the checkout to qualify.
Optimists with one eye on spring could save a good chunk of cash on outdoor toys, while bargain hunters can add this voucher on top of deals like 50% off Happyland and 20% off dressing up, to pay a fraction of the full cost.
Bargain sushiIf you're up for a spot of sushi and don't fancy paying full price, then it may be worth saving any trip to Yo Sushi for a Monday.
You will be able to get a wide selection of things from the conveyor belt and just pay the blue plate price of £2.40 per dish. The only downside is the restrictions, because only 50 of the most popular dishes are included. So it's worth checking your favourites are available before you go.
Free £5 to spend at BootsBoots is offering 500 Advantage points in order to promote Treat Street - its high street bargains site.
All you have to do is sign up and spend £1 at any one of the retailers and you'll get the points. The retailers include everything from iTunes to Boden and TheTrainLine, so you should find something that appeals - and in many cases something that will get you the points without you having to spend much more than £1.