WANT to save money on your Christmas presents this year? This Boots deal could be for you.

Martin lewis

MONEY SAVING: Savvy shoppers can get £41 worth of No7 products for £12 (Pic: GETTY)

Christmas can be an extremely expensive time of year once you add up the cost of presents, festive feasts and Christmas drinks.

In fact, many Brits actually get into debt over the Christmas period and as a result struggle to pay the bills come January.

However, if you’re savvy and shop around there are plenty of great deals out there.

Martin Lewis and his team at Moneysavingexpert.com are constantly highlighting great deals on the highstreet.

The latest trick will allow you to get £41 worth of No7 products for just £12.

Currently if you buy two selected No7 items you can get a free Starry Eyes gift set containing eye shadow, mascara, eye shadow primer and eyeliner.

The deal is available online at Boots or in-store and is subject to stock.

Experts are the money-saving site have worked out the cheapest way to bag the bargain deal.

The site says: “The cheapest combo of two No7 items included in the offer that we found online or in store is £12 for two 10ml No7 nail polishes (£6 each).

“As the set is worth £29ish, that means you can get about £41 of beauty products for £12.”

MSE’s Rhiannon says this is one of the highest total-value No7 freebies they’ve seen.

Martin Lewis recently revealed how you can get tickets to top London shows for a little as £10.

Appearing on ITV’s Money Show, the finance guru revealed a very handy tip to get seats at some of the biggest shows for a fraction of their normal prices.

Speaking on the show, he said: “This is about theatre lotteries.

“Don’t worry – it’s not gambling. It’s a not very well known way that big shows sell tickets for a little as a tenner.

“You enter a draw. It’s always free.”

“Then, if you’re picked, you’ll get a ticket either for the show on the night of the draw or up to two weeks ahead,” he added. 

“Now don’t think this is going to be a seat at the back. It can sometimes be right at the front.”