Everyone loves a bargain. The knowledge that you can get something for cheaper than someone else paid,
... And i’m No different.
CheapCharts (iTunes and Amazon discounts)
Deals off of iTunes (including books and
Some examples of stuff i've gotten off the back of the digital van; 15 Deamworks films for about £25 (Including all the Shrek, train your dragon & Madascar movies). There are also bunches of when films are sequals/trillogies where you want one but for a few quid more you can have both.
My only sugestion though is that is it's a new film DO NOT PRE-ORDER IT if you want it's prequals too - most films when they come out, have a bundle. I pre-ordered Avengers but I could have had all 3 if I waited until release to buy them,. Le'sigh never mind.
HotUKDeals - App & Website
This has to be my fave website and app. Everyone uploads whatever deals they come across online or in shops, then people give that item ‘heat’. Starts off on 0deg and goes
You can also get voucher codes, search for what is 'hot' rather than 'new', 'remove expired items' from he
All in all, it's an impulsive buyer's wallet-dream.
google, go ahead and google it. If you want if you want deals. These discount bargans, prices, will give you a chill 🎵.
I know it sounds so simple, but if you fancy a pizza and it's come to £20 for a savoury doughnut with itailian sauce cheese & a tiny pot of fillings... why not go for a "Spend £30 from "Le'Pizza avec mon franchise; and get 30% off" - might as well fill your tank all the way and get the £10 worth of items for free.
I won't screen shot google, I'm sue you all know how it works. And if you don't, you just send me an email with he long number on your credit card, along with the expirey date and number at the bottom.
Quidco and TopCashback
OMG, these are so good. In fact, let me give you my referal code - this is the only referal code i've used on here.
My refferal code - please sign up, even if you don't use it. It scores me a few bob. But we're still tight bro'/sis', if you CBA.
Here you can get a discount by buying through them. They have loads of the major brands on there for household stuff, such as heating, broadband, day to day shopping, all sorts. You sign up (hopefully using the above code), and
I literally am not paying a single penny more for anything that I wasn't buying anyway, and I get a few bob out of it. Sometimes it can take a month or two for the money to appear, but at first it appears on your Activity - maybe an hour after - sometimes it'll say £0.00 but don't worry, in a month or two later, it'll jump up to the real price and you can take it out.
You can also get a few % more if you output into a voucher for a specific company (eg, a Prezzo Pizza place might have a voucher that give you your £100 + 5%.) Personally, I like the cash, but any of the vouchers that i'm interested in, I don't get enough of a % to warrent getting a voucher instead of cash
But what if it's one per household and I want to use it again?
A lot of these places use email addresses to say who's who. So your first step is to setup a new email address. Now there is a simple trick that most email providers allow for you to do disposable extra emails. This is handy for tracking things, so if you do "PaulyPops+PizzaExpress@gmail.com", then that 'pizza express' bit you get an email from in 4 years time from some random newsletter - you know pizzaexpress sold your data.
This is even easier if you own your own domain name (like https://pauly.me ), you can have a "Catch All" address so they all go to the same place, my main email, but I can put what I like before the @ and still get it. so
So anyway, all you got to do is sign up again on a new address. Perfect for if you don't care about keeping your previous account (ie, I wouldn't do this to Amazon,
"If it Flys, Floats or Fucks - you rent it".. they say.... so I think i'll just rent out my Golfstream and use new email addresses each time so I can get the 10% discount.Me, I'm quoting myself.
What about becoming an 'influencer' on
instagram/YouTube so I can get free stuff that way?
This takes a lo to hard work and dedication, I know people who have spent thousands on stuff to show and haven't made it. I'd like to try this myself, a lot of them though buy users - you can tell by the response rate. Anyone who deals with Influencers knows when they're telling porkies or not.
The time and effort won't be worth