Hiya savvy savers, hope you’re doing well I don’t know about you but the January blues have defiantly set in. We’re pretty much skint after Christmas. What I like to do is like to start saving for next Christmas can never be too prepared if you ask me. Over the last couple of years, I’ve found many many online sites which claim to save you money and believe me I’ve tried them all. I’d say over the past year I’ve found some great ones and there only getting better.
Honey absolutely amazing and probably my favourite atm. You simply add the plugin to your browser and every-time you shop online if a coupon or money off code is available. The plugin icon turns orange when there are coupons available at checkout. Click here to try it you won’t be disappointed. My best saving was 15 pound on Sainsbury’s wahooo. It’s completely free and safe good luck and happy saving! If you’d be interested in full review or tutorial comment below.
Another favourite can never have too many. You simply sign up which is free and shop via there website and you have the chance to win back your money. It’s as easy as that 1 in 25 orders is a winner. It can take a while to get a win but when you do you’ll also have a bonus that builds up every time you don’t win. For example, I just won back 24 pounds but had 6.50 bonus so 30 pounds free money as I would have spent it anyway 🙂 click here and give it ago got nothing to lose.
Can take a while to build up but if you’re already going to use the internet to buy things no harm in checking they also have an app called click snap what you can use to get cash-back off things like food and drink. Download the app and it will build up quicker depending on your spending habits. I wouldn’t recommend buying things you don’t want or need just because you have a discount of some sort. I always order our dominos though this doesn’t seem as naughty, there will be no naughty takeaways this year. If you’d like a headstart to use my link and we will both get £10 click here.
All sites I’ve listed are free and completely legitimate I’ve used them and cashed out of them all safely. I have added my referral links to this post but feel free to google and find yourself :).I will be adding more frugal tips during the next few weeks from apps to simple savings. My blog has recently become a lot about reviews but that’s not why I wanted to start a blog I’d like to help other family’s who struggle like we do. Thank you for reading hope these sites can help you like they’ve helped me
(disclaimer this post contains referral links)