Paper Round (29 March) - Which clients are advertising in the national press?

Supermarkets advertise Bogof deals and charities continue to make press appeals as public purse strings tighten.

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Tesco places a Bogof offer for Young's fish fingers in The Sun, the Daily Express and the Daily Mirror.

Sainsbury’s offers a Bogof deal for Disney DVDs and Blurays in The Daily Express.

The Sound Off For Justice campaign takes out a full page in The Independent, warning readers that a cut to legal aid could threaten legal justice.

The SSAFA Forces Help armed forces charity appeals for volunteers in The Daily Telegraph. The half-page ad tells readers the charity helped 50,000 people last year.

Specsavers offers a pair of free varifocal lenses with a full page in the Daily Express and The Times.

Halifax advertises its ISA rates in The Guardian, while Aviva promises to "make your pension work hard for you" with an ad, also in The Guardian.

Wowcher, a voucher-based discount provider, takes out a full page ad in The Daily Mail to promote its "daily deal". The offer is for a reduced price beauty treatment.

And Ryanair offers £8 flights to France in The Guardian.

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