MoneySavingExpert News

March

Tesco no longer cheapest for sanitary pads after it DOUBLES price - here's where to find the cheapest now

The price of the cheapest sanitary pads has almost doubled since this time last year.

15 March 2022

Energy firms confirm new rates under the new price cap – see what your supplier will charge

Biggies such as British Gas, E.on and Scottish Power have hiked their standard tariffs to the maximum allowed under the cap.

15 March 2022

Passenger locator forms and Covid tests to be scrapped for ALL UK arrivals later this week

All remaining coronavirus-related travel restrictions will be scrapped for both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated arrivals to the the UK later this week, transport secretary Grant Shapps has today (14 March) announced.

14 March 2022

Martin Lewis: Three must-dos by 5 April 1) Tax code rebate 2) Marriage tax allowance 3) PPI tax back

There are just weeks left to submit claims potentially worth £100s on everything from incorrect tax codes to uniform tax rebates.

14 March 2022

Warning: Online payments could be declined if your debit and credit card contact details aren't up to date as new fraud rules take force today

Card users are being urged to ensure their bank or lender has up-to-date contact details for them as providers begin to roll out new measures to verify transactions. If your card provider can't reach you to prove your transaction is legitimate, your payment could be declined. Here's what you need to know.

14 March 2022

Netflix to hike prices by up to £24 a year for millions of subscribers – here's what you can do about it

All Netflix subscribers will see prices rise by up to £24/yr after the streaming service announced another price hike. But you can cancel your subscription penalty-free – we round up your rights below.

10 March 2022

Amazon Classic and Platinum credit cards will be scrapped from January 2023 – here’s what you need to know

From January 2023, customers will no longer be able to use the Amazon Classic and Platinum Mastercards after its issuer NewDay announced it is terminating its partnership with the retail giant. We explain what options you have below.

10 March 2022

Co-op technical glitch causes online price error - what it means for shoppers

Co-op shoppers buying online should be aware of a technical glitch that means the wrong price is being displayed on certain items. The error means that final price you would expect to pay could either be higher or lower than you budgeted for, so be careful to check the total cost when you've finished shopping.

9 March 2022

E.on Next customers hit by billing blunder with direct debit payments delayed - make sure you put aside enough cash to cover your bill

A technical hitch at energy supplier E.on has meant potentially thousands of customers will have their direct debit payments taken two weeks later than usual, and so users should put aside enough cash in their accounts to cover the bill when it is due.

9 March 2022

Scam ads to be included in the Online Safety Bill after calls from campaigners including Martin Lewis and MoneySavingExpert

Scam ads are to be included in the Government's Online Safety Bill, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has announced.

8 March 2022