Free ideas to celebrate Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is this Sunday, but for many of us this year will be slightly different than others. Though romance is lovely, over-commercialised pressure to spend isn't. So whether you're with or without your loved ones, I've come up with a list of some free and thoughtful MoneySaving activities you can do together, virtually or in person, with your partner, family or friends.

20 tricks to access 1,000s of free e-books & audiobooks

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.

Dating at a distance – MSE Becky's four-step MoneySaving plan

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.

12 FREE ways to learn something new at home

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.

10-piece Lottie London cruelty-free make-up bundle for £19 all-in (£50ish bought separately)

Lottie London make-up sets are extremely popular with MoneySavers and we've blagged a beauty of a deal where you can get a £50ish make-up set for £18.95 delivered (£15 plus £3.95 delivery). 

Meerkat trick: Spend £2ish to get 2for1 at cinemas AND restaurants for a year

Meerkat Movies gets you 2for1 at cinemas and now restaurants too FOR A YEAR when you buy via comparison website Compare The Market.

And we’ve a trick to get it for £2ish...

LAST OOOOORDERS! The deadlines for free and cheap delivery before Christmas are FAST approaching

If you’re shopping online for gifts, the deadline for ordering to get ’em in time for Christmas may be sooner than you think. Get it wrong and instead of presents under the tree, they could be held hostage at a courier firm’s out-of-town depot… To help avoid this, retailers now give their own final cut-off dates for orders you want...

£150 of Ciaté nail polish for £34 all-in

Ciaté made the first ever single-branded beauty Advent calendar, and it's proven popular in previous years. This year, it's come up with a more sustainable version, and we've a Blagged code to get you a discount.

Trick gets TWO boxes of £2 Shreddies cereal for 60p - stack £1.50 coupon or cashback with supermarket offer

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.

Get branded cereal for 30p a box by stacking £1.50 coupon with supermarket offer

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.