We have selected a few fantastic money saving techniques which should make saving some extra cash easy. These tips and techniques will help you be that little bit more money savvy.
Yellow Sticker Time
Work out your local supermarket’s “sticker time” when it reduces prices. It varies between shops, but it’s usually between 6.30pm – 8pm or an hour before closing.
It’s a great way to grab a few bargains on delicious food!
Have you heard of Miguel Barclay’s app called Comparasaurus? It checks the shelves at the supermarkets in real-time and gives you the prices.
Put Five Items Back
A good trick to stop overspending at the supermarket is to put five items back once your finished shopping in store or online.
In addition it’s a good way to think about what your essentials are and what you don’t need as much.
Write a List & Make a Budget
It sounds simple but by sticking to a list of items you need, not want and creating a budget you adhere to, you can save a lot of money.
If it isn’t on your list, don’t put it in the trolley.
Cashback websites do exactly what they say on the tin – they give you cash back when you spend online.
Get Paid for Listening to Music
Listen to music, watch advertising videos and more at SliceThePie. They will reward you up to 10p for every song you listen and rate.
The more you listen, the more you will earn!
Switch Bank Accounts
Some banks offer incentives for you to switch accounts and save with them instead.
Have a look around at the different banks to see what they are offering for switching over to them – you would be amazed at how much a switch could earn you.
Switch Energy Suppliers
Switching your gas and electricity can save you hundreds of pounds – there is no hassle involved and it’s the same gas/ electricity as you had before. The only difference is that you pay that little bit less than before – so why not save yourself some cash.
If you are ready to switch and save, check out our comparison here and see how much you can save. Once you have decided the package is suitable for you, Orbit Energy will contact your supplier and get you moved over – that easy!
To sum up, by making small changes in your every day life, and setting yourself a financial goal you are able to save for a emergency fund/ rainy day.