10 ways to get FREE modern & classic e-books, digital comics & audiobooks

Grabbing a cuppa and sitting down to read a book, or listening to an audio version, is a great way to pass the time. Whether you're a seasoned bookworm or you've just recently immersed yourself into the world of literature while spending more time at home, there are a whole host of online ways to easily help you enjoy both modern and classic e-books, digital comics, and audiobooks for free.

12 FREE ways to learn something new at home

Many of us are staying home more than usual at the moment. We've heard from MoneySavers looking to use this time as an opportunity to develop new skills or broaden their knowledge  so we've rounded-up some free ways to learn something new at home.

9 'cheapy' Nando's MoneySaving tips & hacks

If you've been craving a cheeky Nando's, you can make some peri nice savings whether you feel safe enough to dine out (and local restrictions in your area allow it), or you want to order to eat at home. 

McDonald's MoneySaving hacks

Many McDonald's are back open for takeaway, delivery, and dining in. It's not quite the experience we were used to pre-lockdown, so we've updated our guide, outlining some of the changes when eating in at McDonald's, plus ways you can save.

Amazon Warehouse – get returned items or mildly damaged products for knock-down prices

Ever wonder where your purchased goods go when you return them? It may be news to you that Amazon has its own little Aladdin's cave, full of preowned, used or open box products, all for a discounted price. MoneySavers rave about it, but can one customer's return really be someone else's treasure?

Beauty Downshift Challenge – Is it worth ditching brands for cheaper ‘dupes’ to save up to 90%?

At MSE, we’ve challenged you to ‘downshift’ your grocery shop for years (check our Downshifting Guide), but you can also save on make-up and beauty products by downshifting from brands to much cheaper ‘dupes’ – lookalike products, where often even the packaging is similar to the expensive brand.

Get paid to recycle old clothes and shoes, eg, £5 off at M&S, Schuh and H&M

Recycle Week may be over (Mon 21–Sun 27 Sep), but it's still 'Second-hand September', reminding us to check if we can buy items second-hand via charity shops, eBay, apps, or from each other before buying 'fast-fashion' to help protect the environment. But the reality is, clothes and shoes do wear out, so how do we sustainably dispose of items we can no longer use?

24-piece cruelty-free make-up bundle for £34 delivered (£150ish bought separately) – incl beauty dupes for Urban Decay, Tarte, Ciaté & more

In May and June, we featured Lottie London sets that saved you over 70% by switching from big make-up brands to their designer dupes, and they were extremely popular, selling out in just a few hours. As some MoneySavers stocking up for birthdays and Christmas missed out, we've Blagged a deal on the biggest set for dupes yet. Read on especially if you're a fan of Urban Decay Naked Heat eyeshadow palette, Tarte blusher, Anastasia Beverly Hills contour sticks or Ciaté lip colours...

Psssst! ‘SECRET’ Office & Schuh outlets flogging cheap, slightly blemished shoes - eg, £21 Puma trainers (norm £62)

Nothing beats the feeling of a new pair of shoes, but how quickly this can turn into heartache if they get scuffed the first time you wear them. So why not save yourself the misery (and some dosh) with a pair that isn't quite immaculate in the first place?

'Free' £2ish Lindt chocolate for Shopmium cashback app newbies

Free food is my favourite kind of food, and who can say no to free chocolate? With more of us now opting to do our supermarket shop online, many have struggled to save as much without coupons and yellow sticker bargains. However, there's a free cashback app which gets you weekly supermarket discounts and freebies, whether you're shopping in-store or online – and to sweeten the deal, we've blagged a 'free' £2ish Lindt choc for new users.