GET ready for glitz and glam as Strictly Come Dancing returns.

The latest instalment of the fan favourite begins tonight when the nation will get to see even more celebrities take on the ballroom challenge.

Waltz into it with some affordable ways to hit the dancefloor . . . 

STEP TO IT: If you want to try ballroom dancing, you might need to invest in some proper dancing shoes.

These come in at around £40 from pro outlets like

But head to for secondhand options, where some pairs start at around £5.

PARTNER UP: For those seeking affordable dancing classes, try

Input your local area and there’s bound to be plenty of great trials and groups, who sometimes meet to dance and practise for free.

It’s a great way to make friends and find a dance partner.

GET MOVING: There are plenty of dance classes online, in every single style.

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If you just want to feel good, get a freebie from former pro dancer Illana Gambrill via @danceboxofficial on Instagram.

If you love it, sign up for her Powerhouse plan, where three classes a week are £25 per month — just over £2 per class.

TRY SALES-A: Discounted dance deals can be found on voucher sites.

In Leeds, get two salsa classes for the price of one, so just £4.95, via, while at, find four London Latin dance classes for £5 instead of £50.

  • All prices on page correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability

Deal of the day

POP your dancing shoes away in the Lexington storage unit. Was £99.99, now £69.99 at The Range.

SAVE: £30

Cheap treat

SNACK on Walkers Sun Bites, usually £1.75 for a six-pack, currently £1.35 with a Tesco Clubcard.

SAVE: 40p

What’s new?

TREAT your little one to a new toy or stock up on Christmas pressies at B&M, where the £5 toy sale is now on.

This is only available in-store, so drop into your local shop to see what’s on offer.

Top swap

CARRY your shopping in a Dior Book tote bag if you have £2,350 to spare . . . or join the real world and buy the version for £5.50.

SAVE: £2,344.50

Leah's little helper

TUCK into a taste of Italy at Lidl, this week.

Get Scamorza cheese at £2.29 and aged balsamic vinegar for £2.99 a bottle, but the favourite will surely be this Tiramisu sharing dessert, £2.39.

Shop and save

YOU and the family can rest up in real style with the Saskia sofa this winter.

It was £799 at DFS but is now heavily discounted, reduced to £599.

SAVE: £200

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You can get three Maybelline products for the price of two at Superdrug now.

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