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?
While everyone's doing their bit during this latest lockdown, it's our NHS staff, emergency services, and healthcare workers who are on the front line dealing with the spread of coronavirus – so I'm once again updating this list of big chains that are now offering freebies and discounts to help NHS staff and care workers (and there are a few that emergency services personnel can get too).
There's no doubt about it – these are trying times. As we're all having to adapt, you may find it a struggle to keep on top of your wellbeing, so I'd like to share a few perks that I've discovered. I’m not a doctor or a guru (although you could vouch I'm a MoneySaving guru), just a lady who learnt to appreciate life's simple pleasures, which we can easily forget. Here are some of the ways I look after me for free...
Lockdown has brought out the bookworm in many of us. And with libraries and bookshops currently off limits for most people, digital books can't be beaten for convenience. So we've updated our 20 easy tricks to access thousands of e-books and audiobooks for free.
Reports suggest there's been a boom in online dating over the past couple of weeks – after all, following your heart needn't take you further than your front door if you can find it on your screen. Virtual dating may seem like something out of an episode of Black Mirror, but since bars, a picnic, or Nando's are off-limits for a date, it's going to be the new norm for many for a little while.
With the majority of the UK back in lockdown again, we're spending most of our time at home. 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.
It's been a while since couponers have seen a high-value new coupon, or been offered a choice between a physical coupon or cashback. So I was excited when I spotted you could get £1.50 off two packs of Nestlé wholegrain cereals, eg, Shreddies, and even more thrilled when I uncovered a clever way to stack it with other offers to bag ‘em as cheap as 30p each – whether shopping in-store or online.
It's been a while since couponers have seen a high-value new coupon, or a coupon stack, and it's been a while since any outlet offered a choice between a physical coupon or cashback. With the pandemic forcing more people to shop online, could this be a new trend for retailers, and is this coupon worth it? Can you stack it with other deals? Read on to find out.
This year's No7 Cosmetics Star Gift from Boots contains £68ish of No7 beauty and skincare products for £24, packaged in a reusable vanity case – see the full contents below.
Update at 12.40pm on 12 Nov: Stock went for a short while but has now been replenished – the set is available again online.
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