Consumer retail codes website announces new dining out deals for autumn savings

Diners around the UK can enjoy autumn dining out on a budget via new deals introduced by voucher codes specialist DiscountVouchers.co.uk. The website is offering money off right now at leading UK restaurants in the shape of Pizza Express, La Tasca and Wetherspoons.

Italian food remains perennially popular with UK diners and consumers can log on to the DiscountVouchers.co.uk right now and enjoy savings at top chain Pizza Express. Pasta and pizza on a budget can be had thanks to new Pizza Express vouchers which can be used to get a 2 course express lunch for only £8.95 and 2 for 1 plus a starter on Wednesdays.

Fans of paella and tapas can look forward to saving money at top restaurant La Tasca this autumn as well thanks to DiscountVouchers.co.uk. Classic Spanish dishes in a pleasant atmosphere can be had through new La Tasca vouchers such as buy 1 tapas dish, get 1 free and also join the La Tasca club to receive £5 off when you spend £20 voucher.

Also included in the choice of autumn dining deals from DiscountVouchers.co.uk is a chance to save on food at popular nationwide chain Wetherspoons. Whether taking the family out for a bite or planning a Sunday lunch, the new DiscountVouchers.co.uk vouchers can help in the shape of a burger & a drink for just £3.99 and savings on the Sunday Club – a Sunday Roast and a drink.

Doug Scott, managing director at DiscountVouchers.co.uk, comments, “Eating out is a costly exercise these days as everyone knows, so we are pleased to be able to help people save at top restaurants this autumn.”

DiscountVouchers.co.uk offers consumers money saving deals at major high street brands and specialist retailers, including stores like Tesco, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Travelodge, First Choice, lastminute.com and Boden.

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Parcel2Go Urges More Retailers To Consider Selling Online

Following a report showing that only 14 per cent of EU companies sell goods and services using the internet, despite an increase in buyers, online parcel delivery company Parcel2Go has urged businesses to reconsider their trading strategies.

A study by international administrative department Eurostat has revealed that the number of online consumers in the European Union doubled between 2005 and 2010 – from 20 per cent to 40 per cent – but this growth has not been matched by a growth in the number of businesses using the internet to sell their wares.

With so many sales methods accessible online and a range of cheap courier services on offer to transport goods directly to customers, representatives of courier comparison website Parcel2Go have expressed surprise that more companies are not taking advantage of the opportunities available to them.

Parcel2Go Marketing Director, Richard Mercer said: “Online shopping gets bigger all the time, especially with the accelerated evolution of smartphones and tablets in recent years. Businesses which don’t use this avenue to sell their products are losing the chance to appeal to huge swathes of consumers.

“In today’s world, selling items online is a straightforward and accessible process with plenty of resources available to support it. Whether you are a sole trader or the proprietor of a large operation, online sales could do wonders for your bottom line.”

The Eurostat report showed that household internet access in the EU had reached 70 per cent by 2010, with clothes, travel, computing and electronic goods among the most commonly-bought items.

The data also demonstrated that most internet users prefer to focus on their home markets when shopping online; though this did vary from country to country, with more than 90 per cent of Maltese shoppers buying from another member state and thus requiring international shipping services, while only 10 per cent of Polish consumers did the same.

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