Archive for the 'Money Saving Tips' Category

Money saving tips; be smart with you money to make it go further and look for the best deals and lowest prices.

Free Art Classes at the National Galleries of Scotland

The National Galleries of Scotland run free drop-in easel sketching sessions on a couple of days, usually Thursday and Fridays, most months. You don’t need any experience to attend. It’s a two hour session between 2 – 4pm. The venue alternates between the National Gallery and the Portrait Gallery, both located in the city centre. […]

Looking for a Winter Sun Holiday on TravelZoo

As I was thinking of a Winter sun holiday in the near future, either before or after Christmas, I decided to have a look at the TravelZoo website. In the past, I’ve found some great deals on TravelZoo. Last year, I found an all inclusive holiday to Corfu at a four star hotel for £344 per […]

How to Enjoy a Luxurious But Affordable UK Weekend Break

When it comes to holidays, many of us are still trying to stick to a tight budget. However, planning a last-minute getaway or relaxing weekend break doesn’t have to mean cutting corners and settling for something less than average. Instead, it’s all about finding the best deals that’ll make sure your next break isn’t just […]

How to Save More While Shopping For Home Insurance

For a large section of insurance users, the home insurance premium cost tends to increase every year. For many of the homeowners, it tends to match a firmer grip on their annual budget and enhance their mental strain. However, by following the right path, you may actually lower the cost of your home insurance premium […]

Scotrail £17 Flat Fare for Club 50 Members

Scotrail is offering members of its Club 50 a £17 flat fare return rail ticket between any two stations in Scotland. You must make the return leg of the journey within one month of your outward journey. The promotion is valid for journeys until 14 November 2017. Within a few hours of receiving the email […]

Review of Scotrail Club 50

When I moved home to Stirling in central Scotland, I decided to pay £15 to buy annual membership of Scotrail’s Club 50. With Club 50 you get a 20% discount on off-peak and advance tickets booked online (but not on Cross Country or Virgin trains). The discount drops to 10% if you book by phone, […]

Money Savings Tips for Cruise Holidays

Cruises have skyrocketed in popularity in recent times. This is, in part, due to the industry targeting a younger generation by offering a range of different destinations and proving all kinds of amazing facilities on board. Nowadays, cruises are multi-generational trips and a fantastic way to travel and see the world. Due to the nature […]

Using BT SmartTalk On Your Mobile Phone

I’d vaguely heard of the BT SmartTalk app, which enables you to use your BT landline inclusive minutes on your mobile phone. At present, I have 2,500 minutes a month on my TalkMobile X-Large 30 Day SIM. So I wasn’t sure how useful BT SmartTalk would be, as your mobile phone has to be connected […]

Why Discount Vouchers Are Better Than Cashback

I recently purchased a fridge freezer on the AO.com website. The price was £279. A0.com were offering £30 cashback on the model of Hisense fridge freezer which I decided to purchase. I always prefer discount codes to cashback. As long as the discount code is valid, the money off is guaranteed at the point of purchase. […]

How to Make the Most of Restricted Free Entry to Museums

We are fortunate that in the UK that it is free to visit the permanent collections of UK state museums and galleries. That’s not the case in many European countries, where the majority of museum and galleries charge an admission fee. In the Spanish city of Malaga, many museums offer free admission from late afternoon […]