Generally you should never buy small packs/bottles of anythingthat you use often (as long as the price is cheaper per 100g/100ml with the bigger packs). E.g. Tea, coffee, rice, noodles, pasta, cereal, biscuits, oil, bottled drinks, cleaning liquids etc. Learn more about bulk buying.
2) Price glitches – computer/human errors that lead to massive price reductions.
Price glitch at Tesco’s, giving 1p Lindor chocolate & Cadbury mini eggs.
Take advantage of price glitches, these are rare but when you find one you will save an absolute fortune, also 9/10 you can buy and sell for a huge profit.
How do I find price glitches?
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The next best way to find them is find out when promotions are ending in store and new ones are starting. For instance 3 wine bottles for £12 promotion is currently on but is ending today, a new promotion giving 25% off all wine is starting tomorrow, if you time it perfectly both promotions may be running at the same time. Giving you 3 bottles for £7.51.
We post all the latest competitions on the timeline so be sure to keep checking it
Free flights across the world
Various games consoles
Enough free food/drink to keep a small army going
Enough Nandos vouchers that it’s effectively a black card
7) Compare prices on everything & NEVER pay the full RRP price
We’ve been doing this for the past few years and we’ve significantly saved so much money.
Car insurance – Get at least two comparison searches under your belt.- Find prices on largest non-comparison sites.- Cut out the middle man and go direct.- See if you can claim any cashback on your deal.
Compare food prices, never go in blind, even if you just jot down the rough price of certain items to avoid being ripped off.For instance 1 week in Tesco a bag of Spinach was 50p, then £1 & finally £1.50 all within 2 weeks. £1.50 is a complete rip off and if it’s £1 cheaper at Asda then it’s worth the 2 minute walk to pick it up from there.
8) Learn about matched betting & then do it as many times as possible
Many online bookmakers offer a signup bonus usually a free bet, as an incentive to try and entice you to opening an account with them. This usually requires an initial bet with your own money to obtain the free bet, by using a betting exchange such asBetfair you can remove the risk of losing your own money and extract the free bet in the process to make a profit.
This is done using a technique called matched betting, by backing or betting an event at a bookmaker and laying (betting against) the same event at a betting exchange it is possible to extract free bets to guarantee a profit.
Remember this technique is almost like printing money BUT if you get it wrong you can lose big!