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I love nothing more than making designer purchases but living that kind of life all the time just isn’t realistic. I like to be able to save money on the purchases I make regardless of the price tag. That little saving can then go towards something else or be saved for a bigger purchase in the future. There are a few things I’ve been doing to try and make my money go further and I thought I would share them with you today.
I know I bang on about this all the time but that’s because I swear by it; particularly for designer purchases. I have written several posts on why buying pre-owned is great so I won’t go into too much detail now. Buying pre-owned can save you serious £££ off the RRP if there’s something in particular you want. You can also get your hands on something that little bit different that you won’t see on the high street.
It doesn’t matter what I need I will always check online first to see if I can get a bargain. It doesn’t matter whether that is looking for a voucher code for money off clothes or checking deal sites for a discount on electrical items. You may have noticed that I have been trying out fitness trackers at the moment and Garmin is one brand I’m yet to test (let me know if you have). A simple search on a deals website could save you anything from £20-£100!
Buy Out of Season
Stores will often offer big discounts on on pieces they are trying to clear ready for new stock. This could be a chunk of money off a winter coat in summer or off swimwear in winter. If there is something you know you will need then it’s definitely worth doing.
Take Care of Your Clothes
This should go without saying but if you take care of what you have then it will last you longer. For example, actually read the label before washing items rather than throwing everything in the machine on a 40 when it needs a cool wash. Clothes are indestructible.
This kind of links with the tip on deals sites. There are various websites your can go on that will give you the same or similar items compared on different websites so you can get the best price. So if I was looking for my Garmin fitness tracker I could go on one site and compare the price across several stores to make sure I get it for the cheapest possible price.
Do you have any top tips for saving money when shopping?