We are always looking for ways to save money, especially for most families when it comes round to the summer holidays – 6 weeks with kids at home and the odds are they will be spending a lot of time at home. You want some cheap, easy entertainment for them; paddling pools, toys, casual play clothes. Summer as well personally involves a lot of birthdays for me so it's time for present buying, as you can image I have to think about making the most out of my money til next payday. If you are thinking about making some new online purchases this summer... Then here are 3 top tips for saving some money:
Use One Merchant
ahead if you know you have 4 birthdays and you want to treat the kids
to some new toys in the garden, then aim to get as much as possible
from one place. Purchasing this way allows your retailer to ship all
your purchases together and can save you lots in shipping costs.
around before you purchase; I am quite obsessional when it comes to
planning birthday presents , but I end up spending ages searching
site after site for bargains – you might find it more useful to use
a price-comparison sites or deal finders such as Everyday
is Black Friday. These sort of websites can help save so much
time as well, and help find stores you may not have even thought of.
Leave Products in Your Cart
works for some sites but not all, by putting an item in your cart and
then leave it for a few days. Rather than lose the sale, shops will
sometimes send you discount code / offer. Also this helps with those
of us that are impulse buyers – as you'll probably realise you
don't actually need it.
, by Chloe Rhianah