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dnair28 | 13/01/2017

Christmas items reduced from £1 to 25p

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At Poundland, Christmas goodies reduced from £1 to 25p each. Includes cards, paper, tags, gift set, kids crafts, decorations, ornaments and crackers.



dnair28 | 13/01/2017

Free dog food for 2 weeks, just pay £1 delivery

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www.tails.com

Get 2 weeks dog food for free, delivered to your door and tailored to your dog paying just £1 delivery with this discount code - LAUREBG5

The price afterwards depends on what type of dog you have and their activity level. I have a husky x collie and his food is £17 a month, so it's inexpensive and the quality of food is amazing.



Benratty | 08/01/2017

Hotel apps and wesites

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I always look at apps and websites like booking.com when I need a hotel quick then always take the price into the hotel and they either match or do it cheaper. Ramada is really good for this.


MIROW wrote on 08.01.2017 at 20:30

Please always use the Search bar before posting. "Booking.com" has previously been mentioned in Savings Tips on this community at least twice.



Benratty | 08/01/2017

Google Rewards

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Looking for rewards from your mobile phone? I have downloaded and installed the Google Rewards app, available on Android it allows you to answer really short surveys and reviews and they reward you with credit you can use on films, music etc... I have had £30 so far so its well worth it for very little time it takes.


MIROW wrote on 08.01.2017 at 20:24

Please always use the Search bar before posting Savings Tips. "Google Rewards" has previously been added on this community



aluma | 13/12/2016

Stand by

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Some items use just as much electricity when turned on and in standby turn off your devices at night by the plug tv. computer etc to save money


MIROW wrote on 13.12.2016 at 16:42

A similar post was made in April this year https://community.fidorbank.uk/money_saving_tips/turn-electrical-appliances-off



Nottinghamchap | 12/12/2016

Discount Bus Travel

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If you are in the Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire area and wanting to use public transport, get a GENIE card from the YOUR BUS company. (online at www.catchyourbus.co.uk or from the bus driver driver). Top the card up with a minimum of £5. You will get 20% off every journey you make using your Genie card. As a bonus you can get a SPECTRUM bus ticket in Derby or a ROBIN HOOD ticket in Nottingham - unlimited all day travel on all networks! Save on parking and all their buses are modern with free wi-fi!!



Steve1986A | 08/12/2016

kettle

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if you only put in as much water as you need in the kettle to boil, you will save power and money!


MIROW wrote on 08.12.2016 at 20:45

put an egg in at the same time and you can have an egg with your cup of tea


Nottinghamchap wrote on 12.12.2016 at 05:22

i use a one cup water boiler for this exact reason! strange how certain products are still energy hungry........


horologist007 wrote on 22.12.2016 at 10:25

microwave the cup of water.. 1 minute



dnair28 | 08/12/2016

Free Euromillions Ticket for this Friday - save £2

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Sign up at this link, get a free £2 Euromillions ticket for this Friday's draw.

https://www.studentmoneysaver.co.uk/outbound/free-euromillions-line/



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