BANK on bagging a brilliant deal this Bank Holiday.
As summer comes to an end, stores are holding super end-of-season sales to clear out stock in time for Autumn.
Mrs Crunch reveals where you can bag the best clearance bargains this Bank Holiday weekend[/caption]
As well as brilliant buys on big ticket items, there are also sizzling food and drink deals over the page to make the most of the long weekend.
To help you save, I’ve tracked down the top dozen offers to pop into your trolley.
And check out my Bank Hols bargains tips to make your money go even further.
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Crunch the Costs
o Hunt down a holiday bargain. With a rainy summer and so few of us going abroad, stores are awash with excess hols stock like swimsuits, sandals and holiday dresses. Pick up what you need for next year at up to 80 per cent off.
o Pounce on the Bank Holiday flash sales. Many big-name stores have offers on for just 72 or 48 hours.
o Add a Bank Hols discount code. Check out sites like MyVoucherCodes to track down an extra discount. Don’t forget free delivery codes for online shopping too.
o Stock up early for Xmas. The summer sales are an easy way to save on everything festive from champagne to gifts
o Look for food deals you can freeze and spread the cost of your grocery shop
o Seen a top offer on an item your child will need next year? Snap it up now and save. Go up a size for clothes and shoes
Website of the Week
WANT to save money on almost everything you buy? Then join the UK’s largest deal sharing community.
Hotukdeals.com has over two million members who post thousands of new offers and discounts daily.
The free app helps you find the biggest sales first, including insider information and price glitches, so you pay less for items including food, clothes, electronics, and holidays.
Key features include an alert function which lets shoppers set keywords for specific products, such as PlayStation, garden furniture, price glitches and more.
Users then receive notifications straight to their mobile for new matching deals without having to manually search, saving time and money.
Dan Plant, consumer savings expert at Hotukdeals said: “Saving money doesn’t have to be all about excel sheets and complicated budgets. We want to encourage shoppers to have fun whilst saving some extra cash at the same time.”
Dan’s Tips for Families on a Budget
1. Do your research on items you have your eye on. Nothing beats advice from people who have already purchased a product, or who can even recommend an alternative.
2. Create a gift drawer so you’re ready for any party or event. Last minute gifts usually end up costing you more, so remember to buy when there’s a great offer on and save for later.
3. Keep costs down on days out by allocating a meal prep day each week. Factor in upcoming picnics, parties or trips to avoid expensive meals when you’re out. Sites like MyFridgeFood are great for meal inspiration to use up what you have at home.
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And ASOS slashes an EXTRA 25% off sale with this code – here’s what we’re buying.
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