Category Archives: Shopping

Would You Buy Your Kid a Second Hand Toy as a Present?

Would You Buy Your Kid a Second Hand Toy as a Present?

With interest rates finally on the rise, UK household debt levels rising and a general squeeze on consumers continuing to bite, something tells me this year might be a difficult one for parents looking to buy presents for their children.

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How to Save Money on Contact Lenses

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There are some things in life that you can live without and others that you simply can’t, and for a lot of people I feel contact lenses would fall into the latter category. Sure, there are many, many stylish glasses on the market these days but for most people, it’s great to be able to pick and choose between the two. One issue that might arise, though, is the cost of contact lenses.

33 Top Tips for Buying on eBay

Whether you are a long-time eBay buyer or you’re just starting out, you’ll want to be confident that you are getting the best deal available. eBay is full of bargains but are you really finding them? Or, are you still paying more for items than you need to and buying from potentially problematic sellers? Here we list 33 of our top tips for buying on eBay, so that you can be sure that you’re getting the best deal every time and avoid running into problems.

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3 Ways to Save Money When Buying a Brand New Car

Getting a good deal on a car purchase is important at the best of times. If you’re planning on buying a brand new vehicle, however, then it could be argued that this is even more important than ever, as a brand new car will depreciate in value as soon as you drive it out of the showroom. With this in mind, how can you make sure that you are getting the best deal possible on a brand new vehicle? Here are a few basic tips to help you on your way to a great deal.

Dressing Well on a Tight Budget

The key to staying debt free is living within your means. Doing so can make a huge difference to your long-term financial health. Every time you buy something on credit and have to pay interest, you are effectively burning money.