Savvy shopping

Savvy shopping

Tips on getting the most for your cash on the high street

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30 essential baby buys to avoid overspending

Naturally you’re excited about starting a family, and want to give your new arrival the best of everything. But when a first baby comes along,...
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Make shopping with toddlers safe & convenient!

With a few nifty techniques, you can create the space you need to look around the shops, even with young children. Here’s how to...
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Where to find cheap children’s ski wear

Family ski holidays can end up being extremely pricy. Even if you manage to grab a bargain package deal, extras like lift passes, food...
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Birthday gifts for under £5

We all want our children to make friends and be popular. But if they get along with even half of their class by the...
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How your credit card could make you money

Used irresponsibly, credit cards certainly can get you into a financial mess. However, using the right credit card in the right way could actually...
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How to shop for family essentials –and stick to budget!

Shopping for children’s parties, making sure you have all the school uniform and equipment you need, and tackling the mountain of Christmas shopping can...
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Spotting a second-hand bargain

Second-hand no longer means second class when it comes to shopping. But how do ensure your bargain won’t fall apart the moment you get...
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Car boot sales: declutter your life and pick up some bargains

Car boot sales are still going strong, despite the advent of eBay and Freecycling. Do you need to persuade your children to clear out...
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Squeeze the most out of Tesco and Boots loyalty cards

Nowadays there are so many ways to save money. Once over you were considered “tight” when counting the pennies; now you’re considered frugal or...
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Tips for a successful supermarket shop

There’s absolutely no doubt that supermarkets can be stressful places to be – and that’s without children. When you add in a baby, toddler,...
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