How to see the new James Bond film – top tips to get into double-0 heaven for less with a licence to cut the bill

AFTER a long wait, Bond is finally back: No Time To Die opens TONIGHT at cinemas around the country.

Going to the movies can be pricey enough to make Goldfinger think twice.

So try my tips to get in double-0 heaven for less.

SCREEN SAVER: Many devotees will have booked their tickets weeks ago to see the film tonight.

But if you plan to go in the week ahead, save by using Meerkat Movies, converting Nectar or Clubcard points for tickets or checking the “offers” sections on cinema websites.

Sign up for free at and look out for the “myODEON Saver” symbol by film times.

Tickets will be cheaper than the average £9.99.

DRIVE IN STYLE: A tie-up between Aston Martin, EON Productions and The Little Car Company brings car enthusiasts the Aston Martin DB5 Junior No Time To Die edition.

But pre-order prices start at a Skyfall-high £90,000!

Instead, head to, which has an Aston Martin DB5 Blast driving experience reduced from £99 to £59 at locations nationwide.

LICENCE TO CHILL: I prefer an espresso martini to Bond’s “Vesper”.

You can make your own by adding a dash of vodka or Tia Maria to a can of Costa’s Smooth Sidekick double espresso, usually £1.75, currently just £1.25 at Sainsbury’s.

SCENT OF A GENT: It is hotly debated whether Bond wears a fragrance. Creator Ian Fleming wore Floris No89 and a 50ml bottle of that will cost you £60.

Instead, pick up the 007 Fragrances at and get £12 off the 007 “Seven” aftershave 50ml spray, making it just £10.

BOND FOR A DAY: This deal is not the cheapest . . . but serious 007 fans will get a lot of back for their buck.

The James Bond Themed Immersive Experience — A Day In The Life includes a guided tour by an espionage expert, a lesson in counter-surveillance, a trip to a shooting range, tours, a sample of Fleming/Bond aftershave, lunch in a 5H London hotel and, of course, a lovely dry martini to sip.

Treat someone you love for £224 at, £25 less than the usual £249.

PRICES are correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers are subject to availability.


SOUP season has arrived. Get the Salter EK1548 1000W 1.6L jug electric soup maker from Robert Dyas. It was £79.99 but is now £39.99.

SAVE: £40


GET ready for a Friday night fish supper with two cod fillets at Lidl for £2.99.

What’s new?

BOOTS is having an online sale of its No7 products where you can buy two and get a third (the cheapest item) free.

You can also find bargains like this Hydrate & Glow collection for a fiver.

Get buying and gift-stashing now.


CELEBRATE autumn with a harvest wreath.

But while the one from, above, is £17.99, you could head to B&M and get its version, below, for £15.

SAVE: £2.99

Giselle’s little helper

THE Co-op has launched a range of £5 no-prep, one-pan meals for two that take just ten minutes to cook.

There are four dishes, all under 525 calories.

I like the chicken and chorizo paella.


MAKE stained teacups a thing of the past with Astonish Cup Clean. Now £2 at Wilko, down from £2.50.

SAVE: 50p

Hot right now

ASOS has added even more lines to its sale, so grab a bargain now.

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