June 3, 2016

Top hacks to save on family cinema trips

Going to the cinema has become an expensive affair, particularly if you’ve got a family. So mySupermarket has compiled some of the best tips, tricks, and hacks to help ease the strain on your wallet. Go on a weekday Catching a mid-week movie is a great way to save the pennies, especially if you visit at off-peak times (weekdays before 5pm), which will slash pounds off your ticket price. Predictably, evenings and weekends cost the most. Some Cineworld cinemas have “Bargain Tuesdays” which offers visitors cheaper tickets all day. Vue has […]
February 4, 2016

UK Money Bloggers to Watch in 2016

If you’re dedicated to being better with your money saving skills this year, then it’s worth taking a look at some of these top money bloggers. From tips for getting yourself out of debt, to help finding the latest deals, these finance fanatics are sharing their experiences and expertise every day. But with hundred to choose from how do you pick the ones to follow? Well, each year UK Money Bloggers run the SHOMO awards (short for Show Me The Money Bloggers), and the winners are a great starting point. So […]
November 26, 2015
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Can you really make a saving on Black Friday?

  Out of nowhere, Black Friday has become the big day for deals. Sales here, vouchers there, it can be easy to get caught up in the frenzy.   The truth is, the hype behind the day is the biggest thing we’re being sold. Many of the shops and websites will shout “BLACK FRIDAY ONLY!” and plaster huge price markdowns, but in my experience you should approach it all with caution.   The offers might look tempting, but more often that not, shops are trying to get you to buy […]
November 22, 2015

Five tips for your festive season spend [Guest post]

As the festive season kicks off we’ve teamed up with Florence from The Money Advice Service to help you stay savvy this seasons. The Money Advice Service is an independent organisation set up by government to  help people manage their money. They do this through their own free and impartial advice service, as well as partnering with other organisations to help people make the most of their money.  Florence is one of the Money Advice Service’s primary blog writers, responsible for helping think of and produce engaging and thought-provoking ideas to […]