Another chance to win Money Fight Club

Here is another chance to win a copy of Money Fight Club by Anne Caborn & Lindsay Cook, a great new book available now for RRP £11.99.

I love any way to save money, so when I saw this book I knew I just had to share it with you. It can be tough being a parent as children cost money, any way I can save a few pennies is good news. This book is here to help with practical advice on how to look after your money.

For more money safing information, or where to get your gloves on a copy of Money Fight Club, visit the website, as well as Twitter and Facebook.

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  • The giveaway is open to the UK only
  • It is mandatory to leave a comment in the post comment section answering the question specified. Other tasks completed will gain additional entries. The winner will be      checked to make sure they have both left a comment and completed the task for the winning entry.
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  • The prize details are stated at the top of the Rafflecopter, and no alternatives will be offered.
  • The prize will be posted by the promoter, unfortunately I cannot be held responsible or replace missing parcels. Please contact me if there is a problem.
  • #World Book Day additional terms: In some cases there are multiple prizes, therefore prizes may not be sent out until all winners have been drawn, please allow 28 days from 6th March 2014 for all  prizes to arrive
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  1. don’t buy coffee at these expensive posh coffee shop, take your own in, you will save a small fortune, as well take in your own luch it adds up really fast

  2. Sales can be your best friend! Buy Christmas wrap, cards, gifts etc when the sales are on for the following year. You will get things for half price or even less 🙂

  3. Buy family share bags of crisp when on promo and portion small amount for lunch boxes in tupperware £1 for 3 poundworld.
    My son loves lime Doritos which dont come in small packs so he gets his favourite and i save money and only give him amount i want

  4. Meal plan for the week, then only buy the food you need, less waste and you are not buying food that you dont need.

  5. Try and stock up on stuff that is discounted or on promotion and always look at coupons in things like magazines and online to see if there’s any for things you buy

  6. Don’t buy on impulse, go home and think about it, very often you change your mind, or when you go back to get it, it’s not as nice as you thought!

  7. Plan your shopping with a list and make sure you eat before going so you will never buy anything that you don’t truly need

  8. If you have Sky TV, ring them up and say you wish to cancel. They will often try and keep your custom by reducing your monthly bill for three months. It’s worth a try.

  9. Plan your weekly meals in advance & make a supermarket shopping list. Stick to your list to buy only the essentials 🙂

  10. I always plan the meals I’m going to cook for the week ahead and write a list of ingredients for these to take to the supermarket. We are allowed one small treat each but then the rule is if it’s not on the list we don’t need it.

  11. In winter I must say close the door 50 times a day. Keeping doors closed and having heavy curtains is a great way to keep heat in and save money on your energy bills.

  12. After paying the bills etc divide what you have left between the days of the month left. If you don’t spend that daily allowance one day then pop into a savings account. You may go over on some days so then redivide what’s left again between the rest of the month! Makes you more concious of what you have!

  13. If you know your local supermarket well you will know what time they mark down all the expiring bread etc. You can easily pick up three or four loaves for the price of one. And get all your booze in France!

  14. buy in bulk lots, toilet rolls, washing power etc, so they last you a month, saves money in the following weeks x

  15. Use an electric blanket. It only costs pennies to run and saves having to have a hot bath before bed or keeping the heating on.

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