Hunting for the cheapest Easter Eggs

Posted on March 17, 2018 at 4:09 pm

Easter egg hunting is a pretty fun activity for kids and adults alike, but it doesn’t begin in parks, gardens or fields. It starts in the supermarkets! At this time of year, it’s important to start looking at the supermarkets that sell the cheapest Easter eggs. There will always be fluctuations in prices depending on where you buy your Easter eggs, so hunt down the cheapest now and stock up before the prices pick up. If you’re not fazed by big brands like Nestle or Cadburys, why not pop to Aldi or Lidl where you can buy milk chocolate at a third of the price! Or if you already know what eggs you’d like to buy, why not head online to see if there are any deals running right now.... Read More »

Ground and flooring options for your garden

Posted on December 29, 2017 at 4:24 pm

Understanding each of the many ground and flooring options for your garden is pretty important, but the options will, of course, depend on the area you’re looking to cover. There are various factors that you can consider when choosing the best flooring option for your garden, and we’re going to run through some of the general and less typical options. Concrete: This option is broadly preferred by homeowners because it gives an appealing layout to a given garden, but it’s not the most imaginative by any means. With a concrete area, you’ll need some potted plants or perhaps even some floor paint to create a more desirable finish.

Managing your finances over the festive period

Posted on November 25, 2017 at 5:49 pm

If you haven’t already started your Christmas shopping yet, we are sure it won’t be very long. Getting into the Christmas spirit is easier said than done when money is a strain. Buying gifts for your family, loved ones and friends should be a pleasant time, that’s why keeping on top of your finances around this time of year is so important. It can be easy to overspend on a day out getting Christmas presents, with great deals at every turn, it can be hard to say no. Planning a gift list is a great way to budget your gifts and avoid overspending. Setting a price range per person and sticking to it will certainly help. There are of course other ways to boost your finances over the festive season,... Read More »

Paying with cash over bank card to save you overspending

Posted on October 18, 2017 at 9:27 am

Many shoppers are finding that they overspend at the shops when they use their bank card to pay compared to paying with cash. With modern technology making it even easier to pay using your bank card at shops, you don’t even need to enter your pin, a simple tap of your card and it is all done for you. With this ease of paying, shoppers find it hard to keep track of what they have spent during their shopping trip. One way to avoid overspending is to withdraw the amount of money you intend to spend and only pay for items with that cash. That way you will know when you are close to your limit and will be able to make better decisions on what you want to spend... Read More »

Hot Summer Shopping Deals

Posted on July 15, 2017 at 2:52 pm

Outback 3 Burner Gas BBQ Available from Argos for £129.99 (postage £6.95). This 3 burner gas BBQ is perfect for cooking for small to medium-sized parties. Built to last with a porcelain enamelled hood and fire bowl. The BBQ also comes with lava rock, which allows for an authentic barbecue taste. Halfords Camping Stove For just £8 you can get your hands on this compact gas camping stove, perfect for those summer outdoor adventures. For £20 you can also get hold of the cookset, which includes stove, pans, pan gripper, utensils and clip lock food containers. TomTom Bandit Action Camera JohnLewis are selling the TomTom Bandit Action Camera for £100. This is the base model which comes with 3 mounts and a 2-year guarantee. Carte d’Or Galateria Chocolate Profiterole What’s better than ice... Read More »