This year for Christmas I would really like all the money in the world. Thank you kindly.
When we finally wake up in January after a month of binge drinking and eating all the chocolate/cheese/food in sight (because it’s what Santa would want, of course) our bank balance has often take quite the hit!
When the winter season arrives, we get stressed and even though throughout the year we promise ourselves we’re going to save up to take the pressure off – we never do! We’re no match against the allure of Nandos.
Sometimes we just need a little bit of help when it comes down to easy ways to save some moola.
And with that in mind: happy holidays guys, call us your very own Genie/Santa/Santa’s little helper…
1. Get paid when you shop online by using cashback websites
YouTuber and lifestyle Blogger Emma Mumford says that shopping online is one of the best ways to get money back after you’ve just coughed up a scarily big receipt.
Every penny counts!
The 24-year-old recommends using cashback websites and apps, wherever possible, to save the bills from piling up.
“TopCashback is my favourite website to use. You can not only save money on online purchases but using their app you can save money on your in-store purchases too and groceries.
“Using cashback apps this Christmas has already saved me over £100!”