Hey Guys, hope you are well and enjoying the beautiful sun if you in the UK. This post will hopefully outline a few top tips to saving money online. I don’t know about you but my spending since lockdown easing has gradually been increasing so I have been using some of these tips to help my bank balance a little!
Saving money online is definitely something I have considered more as I have grown up. When you are buying a house, looking to purchase your first car or just saving for a rainy day. Finding ways to save money online with everyday products is super helpful for us all.
Discount codes are a great way of saving money online, they are super easy to find and a great way to save a bit of money. Normally you can google a shop for their discount codes online. Even finding a 10% off code will allow you do buy something extra or even grab some free delivery.
Discount codes however can be difficult to spot as people like to upload codes to sites like Voucher Codes where individuals upload their own codes. Therefore codes do expire quite quickly if people aren’t following the correct procedures. So it’s always worth seeing what is about.
Cashback is another great way to saving money online. My Money Pocket is a newly established site which allows you to earn money back on your purchases from shopping online. They offer a whole host of brand over 4,500 from Amazon to Zooplus where they can offer cashback ranging from 1% to 7% a great excuse to buying more from your favourite retailers. A couple of examples below of what you could receive back from using My Money Pocket.
As you can see from the two examples ASOS and TUI the cashback % does vary between companies, there are a whole host of industries you can get cash back on including:
- Health and Fitness
- Insurance and Finance
It’s a fab way to save money online, and also who doesn’t love spending but saving at the same time! I’ve just signed up to My Money Pocket and can’t wait to see how much I can earn back through cashbacks.
Sign up to Newsletters
Do you have a favourite retail store? Are you signed up to their newsletter? Newsletters are a fab way to save money online. I know the likes of H&M sent out newsletters to their subscribers and often send through discount code or money saving vouchers. I am always signing up to newsletters, some brands and organisation are better than others, super easy to unsubscribe if your tastes change. With apps and online shopping becoming the way forward subscribing to updates can always help saving money. Whether it’s a notification about sales or a money off code, it’s the perfect way to keep updated with brands.
Saving money online may not involve looking for codes or getting cashback, it could just be shopping around for the best priced item. Shopping around for deals and price matches John Lewis are great at price matching items so it’s definitely worth checking a few retailers before making the purchase.
I hope you have found these tips both useful and a way you can save money in the future.