20+ McDonald’s hacks, eg, £2.20 off ‘McChicken Sandwich’, £1.70 off DIY ‘Big Mac’

There are hundreds of McDonald’s hacks articles online – usually all about merging multiple menu items to form ghastly new creations that’d make a MoneySaver's eyes water long before their mouth does. So I decided to think up a few of my own…

How to get 18 consecutive days off next year for just nine days of annual leave

I don’t know about you, but I’m already thinking about my holidays next year and where I could jet off to. Luckily for me, and anyone else who works Mon-Fri, there’s a way to get a massive 18 days off in a row next year – in exchange for just nine days’ annual leave.

Claim a bonus £1-25 of Nectar points this weekend

If you're shopping at Sainsbury's this Friday to Sunday, you can grab a bonus of free Nectar points - or several bonuses if you know how to max it.

Starbucks HACK to get 'unlimited' coffee for £1.30/day

Lots of us drink several cups of coffee every day and if you’re buying them on the high street, costs can quickly add up. So I’m going to share a simple hack, which should make things much cheaper and stop you feeling like a mug.

FREE Walkers crisps 6-pack (again and again)

If I had a penny for every time I've couponed my way to free crisps... I'd have one penny. But I'm hoping after this month, I'll be a lot richer.

Get £5 'low calorie' Breyers ice cream for £1.50

This month’s free Tesco magazine just keeps on giving. Anyone want to save £3.50 on a tub of posh ice cream? *Raises hand*

Jordon 1, Crohn's 0: The Coupon Kid is BACK

189 days barely eating, 120 days in hospital (five in intensive care), 41 X-rays, 18 cannulas, oh, and one major abdominal surgery.

McDonald’s food hack – Spend 59p, get Big Mac & fries for £1.99 again and again

This handy McDonald’s ‘hack’ is a way to get a Big Mac and regular fries for £1.99 (norm £4ish) every time you go into McDonald’s…

Buy £1 sauce, get 'free' Nando's chicken

Nando’s rarely offers discounts, so although this deal may be fiddly, it’s still a hot offer which will leave regulars in peri-dise.

Oreo kiddin' me? Supermarket 'Thins' prices take the biscuit

If you've walked down the supermarket's biscuit aisle recently, you'll probably have seen 'Thins', sold by brands such as Oreo and McVitie's, seemingly offering an identical treat - other than the fact each biccie's a bit thinner than normal.