The words “fashion” and “frugal” don’t always go hand in hand; sometimes, it can cost quite a bit to look good. However, for the savvy shopper, this doesn’t have to be the case. If you’re looking for deals on the latest and greatest styles, you may have to look no further than UK designer outlets.
Still, while many outlets are full of wonderful sales and bargains, they aren’t all created equal; when it comes to helping you look your best, some simply beat the pants off others.
So, next time you’re heading to the outlets, consider stopping by one of these outlets:
London Designer Outlet - Wembley, London
London Designer Outlet is the first outlet centre in the country’s capital. It has 70 units of retail, 20 restaurants and coffee shops, and a brand new nine-screen Cineworld …
Who has time to manually check hundreds of sites to ensure they’re getting the best deal? Not many people, so price comparison sites are essential to get the best prices.
While many of these are full of adverts and affiliations, it’s interesting to see one that is impartial and quick and easy to use. I’ve been using PriceSpy.co.uk recently and found it to be just that. Here’s a few examples of how it works and how it could save you money.
At the moment they have 3,290,000 indexed prices, 659,000 products, 5,140,000 product properties, along with hundreds of thousands of product and shop ratings.
The search function from the home page gives instant results so it takes just a few seconds to find the type of product you want. The results clearly display the lowest price available for each …
Does your man need a new suit and have House of Fraser on the list of shops to consider? Well bring in an old suit (jacket and trousers in good condition and suitable to wear to a job interview) and House of Fraser will give you a £100 voucher to spend in store on a new suit.
Men of the UK are being asked to surrender their old suits for a good cause. Whether they are a little tighter than they used to be or it’s just time for an upgrade, men can donate their unwanted threads at House of Fraser stores as part of the Suited & Booted campaign. The donated suits will go to vulnerable men, kitting them out in style for job interviews, while customers will snap up a £100 voucher to …
With London and other cities threatening to impose a diesel tax, on top of all the other taxes faced by motorists, finding ways of cutting the costs of motoring have never been more important. And, with another fuel price war kicking off between supermarkets, tracking down the best deals could save drivers a few pretty pennies.
Asda kicked off the price war earlier this week by capping petrol at 124.7 p per litre and 128.7 p per litre on diesel across its 234 forecourts this weekend. Tesco and Sainsbury’s have also jumped aboard the petrol-price-drop wagon lowering their prices.
With the petrol price wars raging, I’ve found www.PetrolPrices.com - a website that helps users to search for the cheapest petrol in their area or across the UK quickly and at no cost, allowing them to make substantial savings.
So it’s the last bank holiday till Christmas and I’m going to look for some bargains. I want to replace some garden furniture, but I want quality at a good price.
I’ve found Alfresia - an online retailer that sells attractive garden, conservatory and patio furniture direct to the public. These are some of the things that are in their sale.
Sienna Garden Furniture Set (Now £129.99, was £229.99)
Made of hardwood and with a classic design this table and chair set will compliment any patio or dining area. It also folds away for easy storage when the outdoor entertaining season comes to a close. That’s a £100 saving and 43% discount.
Matterhorn 2 Burner Gas Barbecue (Now £129.99, was £179.99) With long life cast iron burners, a grill plate and griddle, this barbeque can be wheeled …