Gimi is a new pocket money app and chores manager that has launched in the UK to teach kids as young as six how to earn, save and manage their money.
Using Gimi parents can:
- Set-up a weekly or monthly allowance for their child
- Set chores for their children to earn additional money (children can also suggest chores to them too!)
- And, create savings. All whilst teaching kids about interest rates
In turn, kids are able to:
- Track the money they’ve earned through good behaviour, jobs completed around the house, goals you set around their school work, anything a parent likes
- Set-up dream buys (such as a skateboard) and monitor how long it takes to get there.
Gimi differs from other pocket …
We’ll just cut right to the chase – buying bras can create a gaping hole in your wallet. They’re not the least expensive clothing item, but sometimes, it seems as if we’re left with no other choice, especially when they only last 6 months, and a decent bra costs around £30 for the bigger busted lady.
The good thing in all of this is you don’t have to adhere to market prices all the time. Here are 8 tricks you can do to smartly shop for bras on a budget so your dollar can go further!
1. Check Discount Stores
It helps to pay discount stores and outlets a visit every once in a while. These stores might have perfectly functional bras with no defects at discounted prices. The only thing with these stores is …
Hoppy is a new home management site that claims to takes the stress out of the day to day running of your home. The site provides access to a vast array of energy, broadband/tv and mobile deals helping you easily compare each offer and work out which is the best deal for you.
Tell us about your tradespeople directory?
The Hoppy site is also home to a large directory of over 1,800 fully vetted tradespeople from decorators to lock smiths. Users can book and pay online for a local tradesperson all backed by a Plentific Guarantee, ensuring you receive the best possible service in your home. The help doesn’t end there as with …
An alternative to Loyalive – free loyalty cards app from Stampuno to access all your shopping cards in one place
Do you have the same problem as me? A handbag or purse with too many plastic and paper loyalty cards in those tiny little pockets – and they can be a real pain to use.
I might often struggle nervously to find the right card when I get to the till or café counter. If I can’t see it (my eyesight isn’t what it used to be), I sometimes give up, because I don’t want to hold up the queue, pay the full price and lose some potential loyalty points.
Never Again Miss Any of Your Loyalty Card Points
I think a loyalty cards app is important for us shoppers. We spend huge amounts of money in shops every month and we deserve to get and use all the loyalty points we have earned.
We just added a kitten to the Bargain Hunter household, and as we are new to the whole cat owning world we have had to do some fast learning as cats can be expensive, so stuff like get the vet to write you a prescription for medicine and buy it online as it’s cheaper, look out for a kitten starter pack service at your vets (includes microchip, vaccines, insurance for a month etc) and buy discount supermarkets’s premium food. To get more tips, I asked some UK money saving bloggers to help me (and you) to save some money, and this is their advice and some awesome pictures of their furbabies.
Don’t ignore pet insurance
Claire from www.themoneyfreak.co.uk says always have pet insurance, as it can cost …
I used a five litre refillable hand soap and so was interested to see that my kids favourite men’s washing products brand Bulldog is cutting packaging waste by 85% with new refillable shower gel pack.
The male grooming brand’s new 5 litre refillable pack is made from recycled cardboard and can hold 25 bottles of its Original Shower Gel (£25) to reduce its plastic waste. The price is an introductory offer. You get a dinky bottle in with the offer – looks about 50 ml – which won’t last the males in my family long, so I’ll probably refill other shower bottles.
The box launched in August, is made from recycled cardboard and can hold the equivalent of 25 shower gel bottles.
Customers will be able to refill any container they choose thanks to the …
Born from the early 1980s to mid 1990s, then you’re termed as a milennial and at the moment you may be finding it hard to save for that house deposit, as rent is so high and you’ve not reached your full earning potential. With that in mind, here is a list of ways you can save money.
Thrifty in office hours
- Commuting is one of the biggest costs for workers. Why not ask for an interest-free season ticket loan, or if you can work flexibly to avoid expensive peak time travel.
- If working in London, combine your Oyster card with the 16-25 Railcard to get a one-third discount on off-peak travel on the tube, overground and DLR network (after 10am during the week and all day at the weekends).
- You can only do this in
Hallmark Hotels are celebrating the 70th anniversary of the NHS by offering NHS staff a free night’s stay till Christmas Eve 2018.
The hotel chain has 22 hotels where NHS staff can stay for free for the remainder of 2018.
Many of these hotels have spas, golf courses and great restaurants to dine in.
The offer will be valid until Christmas Eve 2018, and the free overnight stay can be taken any Sunday evening when NHS staff spend £50 on food and drink in the hotels’ bars and restaurants.
Take for example, the hotel in Manchester you can stay at is the Hallmark Hotel in Wimslow, Cheshire not far from the airport.
The Hallmark Hotel Manchester has a leisure club for staying guests with a 20 meter indoor pool, Swedish sauna, steam room and jacuzzi.…
With online sales soaring, wouldn’t it be nice to know that your browser can help you save money. There are tonnes of Chrome and Firefox extensions that can save you hundreds of poungs while you shop online and here are some of the most interesting.
Helps compare products, finds you a better price.
Tells you which card to use on deals to save money.
Automatically finds and applies discount codes to your shopping basket, saving you time and money.
It is the Amazon price tracking extension, you can also see the history of product’s price.
Compares prices BUT in the US, UK and Germany it compares not only on products, but flights, hotels and rental cars.
Another comparison extension that stays …
Are you fed up of searching for voucher codes only to find that they are invalid? Well check out this handy new browser extension – Shoppers – that will search for and add the best voucher code for your shopping automatically.
Unlike other browser extensions, it will do all the hard work and check all valid codes available. It currently works with 2,500+ UK retailers including some of the biggest stores such as Amazon, Currys, Asos, John Lewis, EuroCarParts and Matalan – for most of them the extension automatically applies the voucher code for you.
It’s so easy to use – here’s a Shoppers demo video. Basically you add the extension to either Chrome or Firefox, then you shop as usual, when you go to the checkout a little pig (piggy bank reference I …