Christmas is on the horizon, and if Baileys is your tipple of choice, then good news - you can snap up a bottle for just £8 this week.
A 70cl bottle of the tipple is usually priced at £15.75, but this week, you can snap it up for almost half off at one supermarket in particular.
From 8 November, Baileys will be available for just £8 for Tesco delivery customers, meanwhile it's already on offer in store.
That means you'll be saving £7.75 off the usual price - but you do need to be a Clubcard holder to take advantage of the deal.
The deal ends on 14 November, so if you fancy snapping one up you'll need to be quick.
By having a Tesco Clubcard, you'll collect one point for every £1 spent in store and every £2 spent on fuel.
One point is worth 1p, but you can also trade coupons in for vouchers (worth three times the value) at a number of restaurants or Cineworld.
There are also ways to save while you shop, with many everyday grocery items priced cheaper for those with a Clubcard.
You can check your vouchers by logging into the Tesco Clubcard site and clicking 'My Clubcard Account' before heading to the 'Vouchers' section.
You can spend them online or print them out to use in store.
Earlier this year, the supermarket switched up the way customers receive rewards.
Tesco has scrapped paper coupons for certain customers, unless the shopper specifically requests them. Instead, vouchers now arrive via email, with barcodes for customers to scan at the checkout.
If you're already getting into the festive spirit, you might be interested to know the exact date you're 'allowed' to put your tree up - and it's actually earlier than you might think.
According to tradition, a Christmas tree should actually be put up at the start of Advent, which begins the fourth Sunday before Christmas.
This year, Advent falls on Sunday 27 November - which means if you do like putting your tree up in November, you'd only be following tradition by doing so.
It seems there could be something in putting our decorations up earlier. Apparently, it can make us happier.
Steve McKeown, Psychoanalyst, founder of MindFixers and owner of The McKeown Clinic, told UNILAD: "Although there could be a number of symptomatic reasons why someone would want to obsessively put up decorations early, most commonly for nostalgic reasons either to relive the magic or to compensate for past neglect.
"In a world full of stress and anxiety people like to associate to things that make them happy and Christmas decorations evoke those strong feelings of the childhood.
"Decorations are simply an anchor or pathway to those old childhood magical emotions of excitement. So putting up those Christmas decorations early extend the excitement!"