The top 10 money saving Twitter feeds to follow

1 min Read Published: 17 Nov 2010

While the world of Twitter often seems to be the preserve of attention seeking individuals telling you what they ate for breakfast, it is possible to use it to save money.

I've sifted through the rubbish and compiled a list of ten of the best twitter accounts. Simply start following them and start saving money!:

@money2themasses – my very own twitter feed. Get the latest financial insight, money tips and savings ideas from the UK’s leading personal finance website (in my somewhat biased opinion).

@myvouchercodes – the twitter feed from the well known website providing voucher codes for just about anything. They usually tweet about a dozen times a day.

@moneysupermkt – MoneySupermarket, the leading comparison website, regularly tweets on ways to save money on your bills and even responds to readers' questions.

@hotukdeals – tweets the best deals covering all the top UK retailers. If you do decide to follow their tweets prepare yourself for a barrage of messages.

@whichnews – Which? Magazine's news feed giving unbiased opinion on everything from credit card deals to car reviews.

@travelzoo_uk – tweets the latest travel, holiday and flight deals out there. Every tweet is a money saver.

@quidco – tells you all the best cashback deals out there. They also answer readers' questions via their twitter feed which is a nice touch.

@moneysavingexp – if you've not overdosed on Martin Lewis by now then follow Money Saving Expert and get the latest deals.

@giveawayotday – brilliant website where the daily tweet links to a free software download, covering everything from video editing to games.

@delloutletuk – an industry leading twitter feed offering discount on dell laptops. Dell actually sell millions of dollars worth of laptops as a result of their twitter feed.

(twitter logo by flickr)

  1. Can I suggest the amazing money saving revolution that is ‘taskedo’, its getting some media write ups and web trend gurus are saying it’s about to get really busy’s a free, non profit thing.

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