Be honest, would you use something that was past its best before date? If you said no, I’m here to try to convince you otherwise. Not only is this a fab way to save money, it’s a way to reduce waste and a way to get the most out of products that are still absolutely fine to use!
I know lots of people are sceptical about cashback apps and I’ve heard so many opinions on them from people that have never used them. So I’ve busted five common myths about using cashback apps to hopefully convince you to download one and start saving!
It’s not a coincidence that the bread and milk are nowhere near each other in the likes of Asda, Tesco and even Lidl. The idea is you have to navigate a labyrinth of temptation just to get that much-needed pint of milk and loaf of wholemeal bread.
That’s because supermarkets are designed to make you spend more! If you’re savvy enough, you can avoid paying more than you need to.
I’ve been thinking about when I first started saving money back in 2010. I realised that maybe some of my money saving techniques – like bulk buying, cashback apps, Groupon deals and printing coupons – won’t work for everyone so I want to take it back to basics…
Here are some of the ways I save money on pampering myself that you can do too!