A new scam is doing the rounds on free messaging site WhatsApp – don’t fall for it. (more on ‘Sainsbury’s’ vouchers on WhatsApp…)
A cold-calling scam that involves you buying Ukash vouchers is catching people unawares. Here’s how one Which? member was unfortunately caught out.
Do you know about stacking, peelies and rain-checking? If so, you’re probably already an expert in ‘extreme couponing’. And if not, then listen up – there are bargains to be had.
Unfortunately it’s become a bit of a high street trend for shops to go bust, often refusing to honour customers’ gift vouchers along the way. With a lack of rights surrounding them, are gift vouchers still a worthy gift?
Gift cards and vouchers are offered by all manner of retailers, providing an easy gift option for some. But as your consumer rights on gift cards are severely limited, should you consider other options instead?
As another big retailer – this time Comet – goes into administration, many gift voucher holders could be out-of-pocket. Is it time we turned our backs on gift vouchers and gift cards?
Do you always buy your technology at full price? Or do you bide your time, do your research and put your haggling hat on? There are many things you can do to get a healthy discount on your tech…
Whether I’m doing my supermarket shop or eating out with friends, I always keep my eye out for discounted offers. So it’s no wonder that people booking hotels are doing just the same.
Do you use savings schemes to put money aside for special occasions? Do you prefer to give gift vouchers as gifts? If you do, be warned, you could be in murky waters should the company go bust.
Group buying, discount voucher codes, BOGOF offers… every day we’re bombarded with endless ways to save money and get things for ‘free’ – but do they save us money? Does it really pay to get things for free?
Are discounts for high street restaurant chains a diner’s delight or do they force menu prices up further? A study out this week shows it could be the latter… but will it put you off your discounted dinner?
In harsh economic times like these, we’d all love to print our own cash. Well, there’s no law against it – some areas like Brixton and Totnes are doing it already. But are local currencies a good idea?
Ever spotted a supermarket deal in the paper, only to find it’s not in stock? So, why is it that some offers are never in the shops despite being promoted all over the damn place?
Well, well – who’s sitting on all the gift vouchers then? Apparently there could be as much as £576m worth of unused vouchers gathering dust in British homes. So why aren’t we spending them?