Isolating or hungover? Seven top tips on how to have the ultimate duvet day without breaking the bank

NURSING a hangover or maybe stuck at home isolating after a positive Covid test?

Sometimes a duvet day is not such a bad thing — if you lay on the creature comforts.

Here’s everything you need for a self-isolation survival kit — at a price that won’t weigh too heavy on your wallet.

SLIP INTO SOMETHING WARM: Get cosy with a pair of slippers.

Prices at Shoe Zone start from just £7.99.

ALL FOR ONE: Hunker down in the comfiest clothes you can find.

You can pick up a men’s Dinosaur Mini Me cosy onesie from for just £12.60, down from £18.

COVER UP: Snuggle up under a warm blanket.

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B&M has a range of throws, including a super-soft navy throw for just £5, while Tesco’s large super-soft silver throw has been reduced from £10 to £7.50.

Or wrap up in a Snuggie wearable fleece blanket with sleeves, from Robert Dyas, down from £19.99 to £14.99.

STOCK UP ON COMFORT FOOD: Give yourself one less thing to think about thanks to a range of low-calorie chilled prepared meals from WW, £2.50 at Sainsbury’s.

You can choose from tasty chicken lasagne or cauliflower curry and basmati rice.

Feed those snack cravings with Doritos tortilla chips (180g).

Tesco has a £1.25 Clubcard deal, down from £1.99.

GET YOUR JUICE ON: Boost your immune system with a Remedy Apple Crisp Kombucha, 250ml, now just £1, down from £1.99 at Holland & Barrett.

SEND SOME CHEER: If it’s a friend or family member who is having to self-isolate, send a care package from

Pick from items including soothing bath salts, calming tea, chunky knit water bottle, books and a personalised note. Prices start from £15.

Check out the site’s “get well” category for some more inspiration.

KEEP HYDRATED: Make sure you are drinking lots of liquid with the 700ml fruit infuser water bottle, reduced from £2.50 to £2 at Wilko.

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GET your hands on a Salter air fryer for just £43.94 on Amazon, down from £52.99.

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Cheap treat

TRY out the newly launched plant-based Babybel. Packs of five are down from £2 to £1.50 at Sainsbury’s.

SAVE: 50p

What’s new

ONLINE beauty retailer is offering 33 per cent off a selected range of French Pharmacy skincare and haircare brands for the whole of January including Mustela, Bioderma, Avene, Embryolisse and Eucerin.

Top swap

CREATE the ultimate false lash look – without the fuss – with the Max Factor False Lash Effect mascara for £11.99 at Boots.

Or save with Wilko’s Essence version for £3.30.

SAVE: £8.69

Leah’s little helper

KICKSTART your 2022 fitness drive with the first-month-free promotion from Fitness First.

Available until January 16. Joining fees apply.

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ALLEVIATE common cold symptoms with ColdZyme mouth spray (20ml), which is now reduced at Boots from £17.50 to £14.

SAVE: £3.50

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