just like to say thanks
in How much have you saved?
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thisi board has saved me loads of money. So thanks Martin and all the posters. Today is my DDs birthday and she wanted to spend her money on the new pokemon game gor the GBA. She would have paid £28 on play.com and had to wait till November before I found this site. But instead I got it for £18.49 from CDwow (which i hadn't heard of before, also through quidco 4% plus I had 2.99 voucher for signing up so only cost £18.49 plus she will get it postage free in a couple of days.
Anyone who lives within their means suffers from a lack of imagination:beer:
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Just been looking into reducing my electric bill (don't have gas). Followed Martin's link to https://www.energyhelpline.com, filled in a few simple details, and have applied to switch from nPower to Scottish Power. Predicted reduction from £816 to £567 per year (paid by monthly DD) - a massive 30%!
Bosses have already thanked you.Brilliant.....
I wish to add my 2p to your post.Firstly a big welcome to the website and great hopefully you start saving huge amounts.
Enjoy the site and try picking up tips daily especially through Martin's weekly email.Tell everyone if you can.
Consider checking the telephone rates as they do move up and down.Some companies I think charge a one fee only to phone abroad.
What are you going to do with all that money you saved. :xmassign: :xmastree: :doh:
Tip...You will know doubt see some useful charities collecting along your high street over the next few weeks.
Save The Children...Salvation Army...Heart Foundation come to mind.
I'm sure you maybe able to help a little more.Thanks
Thanks to Martin's tips on mis-sold endowments, the money I have "saved" now means I can donate two small monthly sums to two charities.
So Martin can pat himself on the back for not only helping people who visit his site, but freeing up funds for people to donate to charity.