Get in the festive spirit and save a few quid with these deals on Christmas jumpers

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PARTY season is rather different this year.

Despite fewer chances to glam up for festive nights out, you can still feel seasonal indoors with a Christmas jumper or three.

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I’ve pulled together some show-stoppers, which will also save you a few quid . . . 

Something for everyone: I love studio.co.uk for its wide selection of festive jumpers. It has everything from slogans to more muted options.

My favourite for 2020 has to be the Here For The Christmas Spirit sweater.

It’s only £6 and cheaper than similar items available from notonthehighstreet.com for £32. Plus there are even options for our furry friends — with dog jumpers from just £8.

SAVING: £26

This Christmas jumper from studio.co.uk is only £6

Fun size: Kids love getting into the Christmas spirit and a good jumper will help do the trick. Tu at Sainsbury’s has a great dinosaur-themed jumper starting at £11, but my personal favourite is Aldi’s blue gaming Santa jumper for kids at just £5.99.

SAVING: £5.01

Family effort: Next has some fab matching family jumpers up for grabs. Adult options cost £32 and kids’ start at £16.

But to save the most dosh, head to notonthehighstreet.com where you can get matching penguin jumpers for one adult and one child for just £38, and you can even personalise them.

SAVING: at least £10

H&M do Alpaca-blend Christmas knits

More muted: If you’d rather a slightly more subtle jumper, I love the Alpaca-blend option from H&M for £7, down from £24.99 in the sale — plus you can get more wear out of it because it doesn’t shout Christmas too loudly. It’s also cheaper than similar jumpers sold at zalando.co.uk for £39.99.

SAVING: up to £32.99

  • All prices correct at time of going to press. Deals subject to availability.

Deal of the day

This Barbie Estate dolls house is a bargain at £67.50

DOUBLE the kids’ fun with up to 50 per cent off selected toys at argos.co.uk. This Barbie Estate dolls house is £67.50, down from £135.

SAVE: £67.50

Cheap treat

Enjoy a box of McVitie’s Family Circle biscuit at half price

CRUMBS! A box of McVitie’s Family Circle biscuits (620g) is half price at Sainsbury’s. Get it for just £2, down from £4, until Tuesday.

SAVE: £2

Top swap

This butter-basted turkey joint is £6 at Asda
You can bag a similar version at Tesco for just £4

A FROZEN butter-basted turkey joint that serves four people is £6 at Asda, but you can bag one for £4 at Tesco if you scan your clubcard at the checkout.

SAVE: £2

Shop and save

These multi-coloured lights are half price at Tesco

POWER up your decorations with this great deal: 100 multi-function, multi-coloured lights are half price at Tesco. Get a box for just £7, down from £14.

SAVE: £7

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