Good morning all!
Just wanted to share a website with you that I think is really useful to know about...
It doesn't just have recipes and ideas for kids activities but has a shopping section that is regularly updated with money off coupons that you can either print or use on your online shopping order. There are even free samples to try on occasion.
I saw an article on a lady who uses coupons regularly and she recently got her shopping for £40 when it should have been £120! There are plenty of websites with coupons available plus in newspapers and magazines. There are so many cashback websites and apps that spending just a little time signing up could save you loads in the long run.
If you see any good ones be sure to share it all with us here.
If you're like me and you do your sums and check your bank balance before making any purchases then you'll always be on the lookout for great deals and savings. Most of the big supermarkets now do home delivery and if it's your first time then there are big savings to be made. Google your favourite supermarket and their introductory grocery offers.
Spending less doesn't mean you have to scrimp on quality. I love a good rummage through charity shops and on many occassions I've picked up nearly new high street brands and if I'm really lucky there might be a designer gem hidden in the midst! If you want to keep up to date with where the best savings can be found sign up to the Money Saving Expert website. They cover everything from grocery & clothes shopping to savings on household bills & credit cards. Happy saving everyone!