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Four amazing Strictly-inspired deals to get you in the mood for dancing fever

STRICTLY speaking, it’s time to get saving.

Tonight the live shows begin as the nation’s favourite dancing competition returns to the TV.

I’ll be rooting for AJ Odudu from my sofa and attempting a foxtrot in my living room.

And, if like me you’ve caught Strictly fever, it’s time to sparkle and celebrate with these deals . . . 

PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD: Want to take to the dance floor like a pro? Get yourself some dancing lessons. Wowcher has loads of deals. I spotted four one-hour salsa lessons for one person for just £9 or for a couple, £14.

Another top tip is to check your local dance school for adult lessons. Group courses tend to be a bit cheaper than private lessons. Also check out YouTube for beginner tips — that’s what the celeb contestants have been doing!

HAVE A BALL: No Strictly fan should be without a glitter ball. Get an amazing glitterball with two LED lights to create the perfect home dance floor for £24.99 from Smythstoys.com. However, you can save by heading to eBay. I noticed the BeamZ MB20 Mirror Disco Ball reduced from £29.99 to £20.99.

SPARKLE LIKE A STAR: Get yourself ready for party season now by picking up festival wear in the sales.

I found the most amazing Strictly-style Goddiva sequin tassle dress in rose gold, RRP £69, now £42 via the ASOS sale (download their app and they will push you a discount code every other day, usually), while for teens, George at Asda has the G21 Lilac Cropped Sequin T-Shirt on sale for £7, down from £14.

TAN-GO FOR LESS: Jules Von Hep was the celebrity tan artist responsible for giving the stars their Strictly glow and he has a fab tanning range you need to try. His Isle of Paradise kit includes his medium self-tan drops, Medium Glow Clear Mousse, new Night Glow face mist and an applicator mitt and is normally £50.

It’s just landed as Boots.com Star Gift so you can get it online only for £25. The offer won’t be in Boots stores until November 27.

Deal of the day

CUT your food bill with Lidl’s Birchwood crispy aromatic half-duck, down from £5.49 to £4.49. Serves two.

SAVE: £1

Cheap treat

TREAT yourself to a Fabulosa reed diffuser, just £3.99 in store at B&M.

Treat yourself

GET ahead on the Christmas shopping with Tesco Clubcard prices.

Save 50 per cent on sharing chocs including Nestle’s Aero Bliss mixed chocolate and mint chocolate boxes, just £2.50 each with a Clubcard.

Or get a carton of Quality Street for just £1.50.

Top swap

THIS white pampas grass eight-stem pack, above, is £30 at Isawitfirst.com.

But head to Home Bargains for a five-stem pack, below, that costs just £9.99.

SAVE: £20.01

Shop & save

AUTUMN has arrived, so you might need the Hyundai cordless 60-volt leaf blower from ao.com. Was £231, now priced £159.

 SAVE: £72

Giselle's little helper

FEELING festive and want to get into the spirit at ho ho home already?

Tune-in to GREAT! movies Christmas channel on Freeview 51, Sky 319, Virgin 424, and Freesat 303 and you can watch festive films all day, every day until the big day.

That’s a free way to keep kids entertained this weekend.

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STUDENTS can get ten per cent off at Co-op to help stretch their budget a bit further.

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