Friday Saving Round-Up

Friday Saving Round-Up

This week hasn’t been the best for new coupons, so cash back apps seem to be the thing to use just lately. They are brilliant for claiming money back on…

Friday Saving Round-Up
When a deal isn’t a deal

When a deal isn’t a deal

Supermarkets are always full of deals to entice you into parting with your money. Everywhere you look you will find buy one get one free, 3 for 2 and other…

When a deal isn’t a deal
Friday Round-Up

Friday Saving Round-Up

This week has been a good one for bargain finds but not for coupons. I don't know why but just lately coupons seem to be a bit scarce, the usual…

Friday Saving Round-Up
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01 Jul

This week hasn’t been the best for new coupons, so cash back apps seem to be the thing to use just lately. They are brilliant for claiming money back on items that you would buy normally – just be careful to not get caught out in buying something you don’t need just because you can get the money back. It’s not a saving if you weren’t buying the item anyway.

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28 Jun

Supermarkets are always full of deals to entice you into parting with your money. Everywhere you look you will find buy one get one free, 3 for 2 and other multi-buy offers. Everything about these deals are designed to make you buy more than you need from the placement and wording of the writing to where in the store they are placed.

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24 Jun

This week has been a good one for bargain finds but not for coupons. I don’t know why but just lately coupons seem to be a bit scarce, the usual sites don’t seem to be updating them very often and there seems to be less one off ones. With my Twitter page Coupons Galore UK I can usually find out about new coupons not long after they appear

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21 Jun

While still living at home I was terrible with money and buying second hand would never have crossed my mind, but like a lot of families both my parents were made redundant and we had to drastically change the way we spent money. We went from being able to buy whatever we liked to having to save for things and not being so wasteful. This is something that I have carried on into my own little family.

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17 Jun

It’s been a busy week. We had our visit to Chessington World of Adventures and even there I managed to find a bargain. I found a purple cabin bag with wheels for my son JJ, which was reduced from £20 to £10. It’s perfect for his sleepovers at his Mama’s house.

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16 Jun

With so much to see and do, London is a perfect spot for a family holiday this summer. But no one accused it of being a cheap city, and when you’re on a budget, every penny counts. Check out our editor Kristin’s money-saving tips from her recent visit to the capital!

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14 Jun

Planning Your Wedding on a Budget Planning your wedding can be one of the happiest times of your life but also one of the most stressful, especially when you are working to a tight budget and find out just how much things cost. Prices are always inflated when it’s anything to do with a wedding. When I planned my own…

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10 Jun

Welcome to my weekly round up where Ill share all of my weekly bargains and deals. This week has been a good week for me for bargain finds and money saving. We are visiting Chessington World of Adventures this weekend, which would normally be very expensive, but I’ve used my skills and so far managed to save us over £200…

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05 Jun

When you’re on a budget, food shopping can be very challenging. We are a family of four with a very small food budget but I make it my mission to get things we need without breaking the bank. Here’s how I do it in 14 easy steps!

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31 May

With summer on its way, we all want to do what we can to make the most of those fleeting warm days! If you’re looking to give your outdoor space a bit of a makeover, we’ve got ideas for furniture, toys, BBQs, flowers and more, all under £100.

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05 May

It’s time for the second piece of our spring/summer trend report! This time we’re talking about ruffles, backpacks, and bright colours, and everything’s under £50.

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27 Apr

Check out our new editor Kayleigh with her top 5 C’s for money saving! She wasn’t always the pro she is now at being frugal, but practice makes perfect! She will take you through her experienced advice like cutting her weekly shopping bill and essentially how to make your pound stretch that little bit further!

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25 Apr

If you’re ready to shop for spring/summer, but don’t have loads of money to spend, we’ve got you covered. Check out the first installment in our spring/summer trends series, featuring everything from prairie-inspired looks to cold shoulders, all £55 or less!

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29 Mar

If you don’t have the cash to splash out on an overseas holiday, or you’re just hoping to escape everyday life for a few days this spring, we’ve got some deals on short breaks close to home. Check out our ideas for UK breaks on a budget, with everything from cheap hotels to savings on car hire.

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10 Mar

It might be that time of year to start dusting off your holiday clothes and shopping the spring/summer collections, but March is a fantastic month to shop for next winter. Many retailers are offering deals of up to 70% on coats, gloves, and other cold-weather essentials, so why not shop now, wear later?

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