The mild weather and Indian summer has caused a pre-Christmas slump on the high street.
Yesterday Next and M&S both warned that sales for their winter ranges were down by such a degree they threatened profits. M&S will release their results next month, and H&M and John Lewis also say the warm autumn has led to a drop in sales.
Car insurance price hike warning, double-up on Tesco vouchers in time for Christmas, Vax up to 80% off sale and ‘free’ Nails Inc varnish in a £2 magazine – these are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ deals of the week.
Remember, deals can change quickly, even while I’m on the programme. So always double-check the terms and conditions before spending. Plus, while I hope these deals will save you cash, don’t spend if you can’t afford it, don’t need it, or won’t use it.
Free or cheap things to do with the kids this half-term, mortgage rates have dropped – can you slash home loan costs? All toys at Sainsbury’s 25%-50% off, Molton Brown £10 off £20 in a £4 magazine and a free cocktail or lager at Pitcher and Piano – these are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ deals of the week.
Book Christmas train tickets now, new easy access 1.6% cash NISA, flash currency sale and 40% off Clarks shoes code – these are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ deals of the week.
Post Office euro and dollar currency sale, half-term activity week for teenagers for £50 or less, Farepak customer reclaim, and bumper Thorntons hampers with 50% off – these are our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’ deals of the week.
A surge in online shopping is set to generate over £1.35 billion deliveries a year by 2018, according to a new report by Barclays. The UK is predicted to see a 29 per cent increase in shopping deliveries by 2018.
Today we speak to Guy Anker from the website Money Saving Expert to get his tips for getting the most out of your online shop - and we also find out why one modern mum swears by it.
But we want to know your views. Do you usually choose to shop online? If so why?
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