I recently looked at 10 great money saving sites on the internet for those looking towards cutting costs – the page can be found here.
Well there are more! I’ve listed another 10 great sites below that could help with money saving, and with very little effort too. See how you can improve your monthly budget and save a few pennies for a rainy day or two.
The internet is a treasure trove for offers, saving money, and advice on making the right financial choices. Financial blogs are often very useful in this respect, and one that I have recently discovered is Skint Dad, who provides great tips week after week. You’ll even get the odd recipe! His blog will tell you not only how to save money, but make money also. Website: http://skintdad.co.uk/
One of a number of sites that pay back money to you when you shop online, this site actually has a 101% payback rate! Loads of high street stores are included, such as Argos, Tesco or M & S. The site now has over 4 million members. You can boost returns by paying a small £5 annual membership fee or by accepting vouchers instead as cash as a reward. A similar recommended site is Quidco.
A great site for finding a wealth of money-off vouchers and 2-for-1 offers from a range of restaurants, retailers and more. The site is divided into handy sections. See also vouchercodes.com and myvouchercodes.co.uk Website: http://www.vouchercodes.co.uk
A great site for finding cheap and free days out for all the family around Great Britain. There’s help on accommodation, maps, transport and more. They also have a range of videos, blogs and photos to keep you occupied. Website: http://www.visitbritain.com/en/EN/
One of the leading sites for comparing financial products, be it credit cards, insurance deals and much more. Simple layout helps you find the deal for you. Website: http://www.moneysupermarket.com/
An excellent site for ideas for safe and legitimate money-making opportunities. It offers advice on how to make money and save money as well as sections on ‘bargain’ deals and free downloadable e-books. Featured regularly in the national press, the site is given a personal touch by columnists writing on issues specific to small businesses, students, retirees and those with an interest in investments, technology and food. Website: http://www.moneymagpie.com
Something of a hidden gem, this site is great for getting cheap(er) train tickets, and also hotel and entertainment deals and more. You can check rail timetables, and flights too – a wealth of information and the chance of huge savings. Website: http://www.redspottedhanky.com/
A simple premise, but one that could be very cost-effective for any keen readers out there. Quite simply, it is a site whereby you can swap a book you’ve completed for one you haven’t read yet with any of the other site members. Once a swap is agreed, you simply post out your book to them, and they will do likewise. Apart from postage costs, you could read for free for the rest of your life. Website: http://readitswapit.co.uk/
Compare hotel prices on 258 booking sites at once! Website: http://www.trivago.co.uk
The daddy of money-saving sites. You could easily spend a whole day taking on board top tips from Martin Lewis’s site, and it is packed with great ideas and helpful advice. From loans to credit cards to insurance policies, plus government deals, vouchers, freebies and so much more. In addition, the forum is an additional section full of advice and information powered by its users and moderators. There is an answer to every possible question you could have. Website: http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/