Christmas is fast approaching and it seems to get more and more expensive each year. How can you stay ahead and keep on top of your spending this Christmas? We list some easy tips to help you stay in control over the festive period:
Shopping online can save both time and money. Here are some handy websites that can help you to save even more:
- Price comparison websites – there are a number of these sites which trawl the internet and find the best price for any product or present you are looking for. Simply visit idealo.co.uk or www.pricerunner.com and you could save a fortune. I never shop online without using them.
- Discount Voucher codes – stores are always offering discounts to try and tempt shoppers and boost sales. Some of these are extremely generous and take the form of voucher codes which you input when prompted at the checkout point of the website you are using. Fortunately, sites such as www.myvouchercodes.co.uk compile all of these discount codes in one place for you to search.
- Cashback websites - there are numerous free and simple to use sites that allow you to earn hundreds of pounds a year by signing up and purchasing via sites such as Quidco and TopCashback.
Looking for a financial adviser near you?
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Alternatively, Hargreaves Lansdown, one of the UK’s largest firms providing restricted financial advice, is offering a £200 John Lewis voucher* to new clients.