How to bag a cheap, sustainable Christmas jumper... from only £3

Jumpers are for life, not just for Christmas, but most of us only wear our most garish festive get-up for one or two days a year, then feel pressure to buy a new one the following year. That's neither MoneySaving nor good for the planet, so what can we do about it? I have a few ideas...

£20 off running shoes when you recycle your old ones

If you're a runner, you probably fall into one of two camps  the 'shoes stack' camp, where you rack up multiple pairs, or the 'run in the same shoes until they disintegrate' camp. Either way, you'll be pleased to know you can trade in your stinky sneakers for £20 off a brand new pair. Not only will you save money, but your old shoes won't end up in landfill.

Fitbit MoneySaving tips & tricks

Fitness trackers and smartwatches have become popular accessories over the last few years – Martin himself uses a tracker to tally his average 25,437 steps a day. These days, they’re a lot more than a posh pedometer, but with increasing features have come increasing price tags – with some costing up to £280.

Save money and waste less making your own ice lollies

Children of the 80s will remember the highlight of summer was when the make-your-own ice lollies mould came out of storage. But they were bulky, hard to clean, and took ages to freeze, so - wanting to avoid plastic packaging - I've taken a look at more modern examples.

Can you find cheap post-Christmas chocs? Eg, 25p Giant Smarties tube, 50p Cadbury selection box

Christmas may be over for another year, but there’s no need to feel glum because the supermarkets are now slashing prices on festive treats to shift leftover stock, so don't be choco-late!

£3 prosecco, £7ish champagne via Tesco online 'glitch' - but will it work for you? - EXPIRED

It's been two years since we last saw a decent prosecco or champagne deals stack (where you combine multiple offers to save the most money). Yet finally, there's a new trick in town just in time for Christmas party season - great if you’re stocking up. Though I can’t guarantee it’ll work for everyone…

How I made a £35 Christmas hamper with the ‘wow’ of a Fortnum & Mason one (and you could do it for even less)

‘Tis the season to fill trolleys, and when Christmas bells ring and shop tills ding it's very easy to find yourself tempted to overspend. So when I decided to give hampers as gifts this year, I set myself the challenge of assembling a Champagne-style selection on a Prosecco budget...

How I saved 60% on a year’s worth of make-up by hunting down the best Black Friday deal

Black Friday isn’t just about discounted gadgets – it can be useful for stocking up on everyday items you know you’d buy anyway at the absolute cheapest price. So come shopping with me, and I’ll show you how a Deals Hunter shops when it’s Black Friday…

Black Friday Deals VS Duds - How to spot 'em

In case you hadn't noticed, it’s that time of year again, where retailers battle to shout the loudest about Black Friday (29 Nov), and while there are plenty of good deals to be had there are always a few ‘duds’ mixed among them just waiting to catch us out...

Trick to get £56 of No7 beauty for £10 in Boots stores

Here's a trick to pay just £10 for £56-worth of Boots No7 beauty, by cleverly stacking a '£10 off' in-store coupon with a 'free gift' you receive for buying two or more No7 products.