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Wowcher Reviews Bottomless Brunch at the London Elizabeth

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When you think of the term ‘brunch’, what comes to mind? An eggstravagant event in one’s social calendar, where drunken stories from the night before are exchanged over some poached eggs and OJ? Well, now it seems ‘brunch’ is an overused and clichéd thing to do in London. I mean, eggs are eggs, whether they’re Benedict, Royale or Florentine. It seems that what was once …

Things That Made Us Say WOW in March

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Though March has been filled with some nasty things recently, there’s plenty to smile about, too. Sure, Trump stormed Super Tuesday at the beginning of the month, but the clocks went forward, which means we can finally enjoy long, bright evenings again! So, you know… swings and roundabouts? Today, we look back on some other things that made us go WOW in March… 1. The …

Giving You an ‘Awww’ a Day!

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Spring has finally sprung and we’ve been blessed with blue skies. So here at Wowcher we’ve hatched a plan to share our Easter essentials, as told to you through our favourite medium: baby animal photos! So fluffy. So cute. So informative… Give in to your cravings Easter eggs galore and chocolate bunnies aplenty, Easter is the time when our sweet tooth starts grinning and our …

6 Ways to WOW Your Mum This Mother’s Day

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Think a measly card and chocolates have the WOW factor? WRONG! We’ve got original gift ideas for every budget that’ll cater for all kinds of mums, whether you think she’s a worthy old dear or Mum of the Year. So if you’ve hardly shown your mum you care since buying her the Spice Girls single Mama on cassette circa 1996, we think it’s about time you …

Wowcher Reviews Ted’s Grooming Room

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Getting my hair cut is something I try to avoid at all costs. Spending way above the odds to make forced conversation with someone as they misunderstand what you asked for and butcher your ‘do is a necessary evil, but it’s one that I dread all the same. If only there were a place filled not with barbers but with artists, a place where people …

Wowcher Reviews One Twenty One Two Restaurant at the Royal Horseguards Hotel

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When you live in the dizzying and often daunting metropolis of London, it’s too easy to slip into a routine – sticking to tried-and-tested restaurants and bars, lazing indoors at the weekends and seeing any tube journey that crosses the Thames as a daring odyssey into the unknown. At Wowcher (often guilty of this ourselves!), we’re always looking for exciting new experiences and undiscovered spots …

The Wowcher Guide to Galentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day can be pretty special. It’s the day Barack looks at Michelle and declares ‘Michelle, baby, I don’t want to be Obama-self this February 14th, will you be my Valentine?’, the day when Spongebob finally gives into the overwhelming sexual tension and tells Sandy that he’d love to visit her Bikini Bottom, Hermione tells Ron to Slytherin to bed and check out her Chamber …

Nifty Gifts: 10 Gifts for under £20

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Black Friday is over! The weekend of discounts is over! Cyber Monday is over! But at Wowcher the deals are never over! Worried you missed out on the best way to buy great Christmas presents at great Christmas prices? Fret not. We’ve compiled a list so good that even Santa won’t need to check twice: 10 Christmas gifts for under £20. These gift ideas will …

Wowcher Takes on Top Gear

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There’s been no shortage of TV scandals in recent years. The Great British Bake Off had us on the edge of our seats with #bingate, and we sat with mouths agape as a violinist chucked eggs at Simon Cowell on Britain’s Got Talent in 2013. However, no TV scandal had us in more distress than the day the bad boy of the BBC (Jezza Clarkson, …

The Wowcher Guide To Bonfire Night

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Remember, remember, the fifth of November… To be honest, as much as we may remind ourselves to bear this date in mind, it’s easy to forget how downright bizarre a holiday it is. Back in 1605, a group of fourteen English Catholics who were tired of being persecuted by the monarch decided to take a stand. Renting a cellar under the House of Lords, these …