Rackets, returns & roaming – this week's MSE Forum highlights

This week we've been celebrating our 21st birthday and the MSE Forum is chock-a-block with two decades of MoneySaving wisdom. Let's delve in to some of the latest highlights.

Makeovers, mice & mowers – this week's MSE Forum highlights

Each week MoneySavers come to the MSE Forum with every kind of question you could imagine (and more besides). Here are some of the latest highlights.

Londoners – could you save £100s on TfL fares with this hidden discount?

If you have (or get) a railcard, you can add it to an Oyster card and get a 34% discount on off-peak, pay-as-you-go fares on the Tube, Elizabeth line, DLR, London Overground and National Rail in London.

Banknotes, bells & bins – this week's MSE Forum highlights

It may be Valentine's Day this week, but we love the MSE Forum community all year round. Here are some of this week's best bits. 

Wallpaper, wine & water bills – this week's MSE Forum highlights

So far this year we've welcomed even more new members to the MSE Forum than usual, and as ever the boards are bursting with MoneySaving questions, tips and lively debate.

Dates for your 2024 diary that'll save you considerable cash

However you keep yourself organised – be it a detailed diary, kitchen calendar, mobile reminders or a pile of post-its – here are key dates for the year ahead that you can't afford to miss.  

How to BEAT school holiday travel price hikes

There's a collective 'GRRRRR' from parents about holiday price hikes when term ends – the cost of flights, hotels and package holidays always seems to rocket. Yet the law's plain. You can't take kids out of school for unauthorised vacations without being fined (see Term-time holidays for the full lowdown).

The top 10 Money Moral Dilemmas of 2023

The Money Moral Dilemma, or MMD, where we ask you to debate and discuss cash-related conundrums sent in by your fellow MoneySavers, has been a staple of MoneySavingExpert's famous Money Tips Email for 17 years now, making its debut on 25 October 2006, when a then fresh(er)-faced Martin asked: 'What's fair rent for working children living at home?'

Is your email address costing you £100s/yr? Tips to help you ditch your broadband provider and keep your email address

Users often tell us they'd like to switch their broadband provider but don't as they worry about losing the email address connected to their account. But those who don't switch often overpay by £100s/year, so if the prospect of moving it, or losing it altogether fills you with dread, here's what you can do.

Foodbank donation tips

We've already written about how to use a foodbank in our How to get free (or cheap) food guide, but this blog explores the other side: how to donate to a foodbank in the most effective and MoneySaving way. With more people than ever likely to need a foodbank this year, let's see how we can help.