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    MANY of us are trying to save money on our food shop as food prices increase. One woman has found a simple way to do so with her savvy tip. 2Julie was able to make another portion of food instead of throwing the leftovers awayCredit: tiktok.com/@youneedabudget Julie, from the US, has been trying to cut down her families food costs and has shared the journey over on her TikTok account, You Need a budget. Julie's simple tip, which has cut her monthly food shopping bills in half from £900 ($1200) to £480 ($600), is to simply use all left over food. She said: "I hate to admit this, but I used to throw away leftover mac and cheese all the time because my kids don't like it. "But lately I've been trying to be more mindful of how much money I spend on groceries which has naturally led me to cut out and eliminate food waste." READ MORE BUDGETING TIPSCHEAP EATS I’m a mum-of-two & my five tips will make your food last longer & save you money In...
    SOME deals can be hard to spot. To help, a shopping secrets hunter who goes by the name Super Unsexy on TikTok has shared a couple of tips. 1Walmart has over 4,742 stores nationwideCredit: Getty This money-saving expert has tons of videos where he finds the best deals for his over 102,000 TikTok followers.  In most of his videos, he shares 10-second tips on how to find low prices for everyday items. The shopping hunter revealed that in order to find cheap gets at Walmart, you may need to do some digging. This typically involves him grabbing a chair to reach the top shelf for all the extra low-priced items - and then checking the app. Read More on DealsSAVVY SHOPPING I'm a money-saving expert - here's how to get six items under $3 at WalmartSHOPPING HACK I’m a money expert - Here's an online shopping trick to save you up to 50% Additionally, the chair used to grab the deals may also be on sale. 1. Pots The first hidden deal he shared in the video were pots that...
    A SAVVY mum eats well for less by yellow sticker shopping at Marks and Spencer's supermarket. Kerensa Robertson, 48, an admin assistant from Billericay, Essex, knows exactly how she can eat lavishly without breaking the bank. 4Just some of what this savvy mum's bought on sale at M&SCredit: Caters Heading to her local Marks and Spencer's twice a week to find the bargains, mum-of-one Kerensa, claims hunting down the best discounts gives her a real dopamine buzz. Her finds are so successful, she now buys double the amount and gives it to her elderly neighbour and friends as well as feeding daughter Delphi, 10, and partner, Matt, 52, luxurious meals for approximately £2 per head. Kerensa explains: "I have the taste buds of M&S with the budget of Aldi. "I prefer the quality of M&S as opposed to supermarkets such as Asda and Aldi, I think you can taste the difference for sure. EAT WELL FOR LESSBudget buster I'm a savvy food blogger - five family meals to cook this week for only 20pMEAL DEALS We tried to feed two...
    A savvy woman has revealed how she has saved a staggering $24,000 on her groceries thanks to her obsession with couponing — and she is so good at finding deals that stores sometimes pay her to shop. Emily Shetler, 27, got hooked on couponing five years ago after she moved from Texas to Buffalo, New York, with her younger husband so that he could attend college, making her the sole earner for the household.  'When I started, couponing was literally how I got by,' she said. 'Without it, I wouldn't have been able to afford my own bills.'  Emily Shetler, 27, got hooked on couponing after she moved from Texas to Buffalo, New York, with her younger husband so that he could attend college Emily's biggest bargains include a haul of beauty and household products from CVS worth $69, which earned her $0.73. Her coupons reduced the cost to $8.27, and then she used $9 in CVS ExtraCare bucks — electronic cashback — to pay, meaning she got nearly $1 back.  Emily estimates that she has cut her shopping bills by around...
    ANYONE on the hunt for a new furniture set knows that they do not come cheap. But luckily, you don't have to wait around until the next major holiday to score a deal. 3A woman named Estrella shares her savvy shopping advice on TikTokCredit: Tik Tok / inourcart 3She said you can get "almost anything" at a discount after creating a wedding registryCredit: Tik Tok / inourcart Estrella of the In Our Cart TikTok page, an account dedicated to shopping stylishly on a budget, shared her trick to getting anything on sale. She said her trick works on "almost anything," plus you can use it with big brands like Bloomingdale's and Amazon. Estrella explained that any site that offers wedding registries offers what's called a post-wedding discount or registry completion discount. She said: "So if you're trying to buy a big-ticket item like furniture or just want a little savings, it's really easy to create a wedding registry." Read more shopping tips COLOR CODES I'm a money expert - here's the secret behind Aldi's...
    A MUM-OF-TWO has revealed how she has managed to save a massive £10k over the past two years thanks to only buying yellow sticker items. Jamie Tait, 44, has managed to save a whopping 50% on her weekly shopping for her family of four, by buying ‘going out of date’ reduced food. 3Jamie Tait, was fed up of spending £170 a week on food shopping just to see much of it be thrown out at the end of the weekCredit: Mercury 3buying only yellow-sticker items has slashed the families bill by £100 a weekCredit: Mercury The hairdresser from Aberdeen, Scotland was shocked to see her weekly shops were costing the family around £170 – £200, with a lot of the food being chucked in the bin at the end of the week. Jamie and her 50-year-old husband Alan, a telecommunications technician, put in the effort to lower their weekly food budget. Shops now cost as little as £70 a week, with Jamie able to feed her husband, and children, Bradley, nine and Naomi, six, for as little as £10 a...
    EVERY year, we strive to be that person who starts their Christmas shopping in January and has it all done and dusted by December. But time and time again, we leave it to the very last minute and panic buy a fortune's worth of presents in the process. 4Stacy Warren shared her top tips which save her £500 on Christmas shopping every yearCredit: latestdeals.co.uk 4She makes hampers for loved ones out of sale bargainsCredit: latestdeals.co.uk However, it doesn't always have to be this way - as savvy mum Stacy Warren has revealed how she saves £500 a YEAR with her easy shopping tips. Speaking to Latest Deals, the mum-of-two, 42, from East Sussex, revealed how she's been fine-tuning her approach to Christmas shopping over the past 10 years. She explained: "I remember seeing a gift set I had got someone in the sale in the January sale, and it was only £5.50 when I had originally spent £20. "I was fuming so that made me think 'I need to start my Christmas shopping in January." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5...
    WITH the pandemic destroying the financial sector, a growing number of households across the world struggle to make ends meet. Over the last few years, the cost of living has sky-rocketed, leaving many finding new creative ways of keeping purchases within their budget. 3One savvy shopper's white board in the kitchen. Nutritious and saves a lot of time and money! The soaring petrol, energy and food costs haven't scared these savvy shoppers, who've managed to find potatoes for 10p and cucumbers that cost them only 3p. The members of the money-saving forum, Latest Deals, say that most of their savings come from picking up discounted items, planning shopping in advance, as well batch cooking. According to Gemma Brooks, 32, from Hertfordshire, not only can meal planning cut the cost of grocery shopping, but also save the time taken doing a weekly shop. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED The 32-year-old, who doesn't spend more than than £50 a week for all their shopping needs, says planning your meals is easier than it sounds. “I write...
    A SUPER saver mum has revealed how she is able to make some packed lunches for around £5 a day when sticking to a tight budget with clever meal planning and online shopping. Charlotte, 29, a cleaner and mum-of-two, has shared her secrets for savvy shopping so that you can do it too.  6Mum-of-two Charlotte reveals she makes a week of packed lunches for a FIVERCredit: Supplied 6Charlotte likes to add variety to her kids, four-year-old Mila and three-year-old Jack’s packed lunchesCredit: Supplied The mum is known for her saving tips, food hauls and cleaning motivation which she shares on her YouTube channel where she boasts nearly 2,000 subscribers. She said when shopping on a budget, the cheapest she can feed her whole family of four is for just £4 a day. But on average - in a normal week - the mum, from Swindon likes to add variety to her kids, four-year-old Mila and three-year-old Jack’s packed lunches. She said: “I try to prepare packed lunches the night before as it’s too much of a rush in the morning....
    NOT trying to be dramatic - but one of the hardest things about being in lockdown was not being able to pop to our local Primark whenever we fancied. Since stores re-opened in April, we've certainly been making up for lost time - and not necessarily been that savvy with our spending. 2Savvy Primark shoppers have revealed their top tips for bagging the best bargainsCredit: Alamy 2The shoppers recommend shopping out of seasonCredit: latestdeals.co.uk Luckily for us, savvy Primark fans have shared their top money-saving tips with Latest Deals - and they're going to totally change the way we shop. Shop seasons ahead of time Want to make the biggest savings? Then you need to take a tactical approach to sale season. Rather than just bagging random items that catch your eye, Queena L Alves says she saves a fortune by buying things out of season. "Buy tactically," she said. "Purchase winter clothes in the summer and summer clothes in the autumn." Mum Claire Louise agreed: "Go at the end of the season to prepare for the following year. ...
    A SAVVY shopper has revealed the secret to bagging a bargain when it comes to his weekly food shop and it's saved him thousands. Chef Neil Kennedy, 33, swears by yellow sticker shopping when he heads out to stock up on his groceries and insists that you can still find gourmet items in the supermarket aisles at a reduced price. 6Chef Neil Kennedy says he has saved thousands of pounds by yellow sticker shopping and snapping up reduced goods during his weekly food shopCredit: PA Real Life 6The cook swears by picking up items that have had prices slashed for quick sale and freezing them for use at a later dateCredit: PA Real Life Neil, who works as a Premier Inn cook, first got a taste for shopping on a budget when he moved back to his hometown Iverness in Glasgow two years ago. He soon realised that he could save himself a fortune by favouring items that had been reduced for quick sale, with some goods being slashed to as little as 5p. On one...
    A FIRST-time mum feeds her family for less than a quid - thanks to yellow sticker shopping. Claire Oliver, 37, refuses to pay anything more than £2 for meats when shopping. 6Mum-of-one Claire Oliver, pictured with partner Phil Williams and son Theodore, manages to feed her family for less than £1 per headCredit: Caters The bargain hunter from Flintshire, Wales, can always sniff out a good deal to ensure her meals cost no more than £1. Claire, who is a senior service advisor, said: “Yellow sticker shopping is very addictive. “I never pay more than £2 for meat. “If there aren’t any deals on, I will just go to a different shop and look in the reduced section. 6The bargain hunter from Flintshire, Wales, can always sniff out a good deal to ensure her meals cost no more than £1Credit: Caters 6Claire hasn’t worked since March 2020 due to furlough and maternity leaveCredit: Caters 6Claire Oliver refuses to pay anything more than £2 for meats when shoppingCredit: Caters "I don't see the point in paying full price when I can...
    YOU might think you've got enough baby food stashed away in your kitchen cupboards - but trust us, you can always use more. So when this savvy mum saw Ella's Kitchen, Cow & Gate and Heinz By Nature reduced to clear in her local ASDA, she rushed to stock up. 1The mum showed off her epic baby food haul which only cost a fiver in ASDA Posting on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, the thrilled mum shared a photo of her whopping haul - which would have originally set her back over £50. Alerting other shoppers to the savings, she wrote: "Asda selling lots of baby food cheap- I asked and she said it was all stores! "Got all this for around £5 and dated for 2022 & 2023!" Along with 16 Ella's Kitchen pouches (which usually cost £1.05 each), the mum also stocked up on 75p Cow & Gate jars. For all the people saying 'I wouldn’t feed this crap to my baby blah blah', stop mum judging. A fed baby is a happy baby....
    IT'S good to be prepared and have a freezer full of goodies on hand for nights when cooking is just too difficult. And Asda shoppers are snatching up some incredible bargains, including a range of frozen foods, for eye-watering prices - and you can too. 6A thrifty shopper bagged this whole shop for just £1.05Credit: Extreme Couponing And Bargains UK The supermarket giant has slashed the price of a range of frozen goods to make way for new and improved packaging, and as a result, shoppers are scoring items for as little as 15p. One woman showed off her very impressive shop which could easily last two whole weeks - and the whole lot cost her just £1.05. Feeling pretty chuffed about her shopping spree, she posted snaps in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group and raved about the tiny prices. She wrote: "Not sure how or why but got all this for just £1.05 altogether. The more freezer meat I bought the more discount I got." 6Most items cost as little as 25p...
    BEFORE welcoming your new baby, you might think you have enough stuff - but trust us, you're always going to need more baby grows, nappies and toys. That said, it can get pricey VERY quickly - which is why we're always looking for ways to save some pennies. 5Holly bought a pallet of Argos returns for £112 - and it contained £500 of productsCredit: YouTube/Holly Vlogs Enter Holly Smith: a soon-to-be mum-of-four and bargain hunter who set up the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK. Earlier this week, Holly posted a video on her YouTube channel where she revealed how she bagged £500 of baby products for just £112 with a little-known Argos shopping hack. Through the company Marthill, Holly bought a pallet containing untested returns from Argos - and all she knew when she bid on it was that it contained nursery supplies. When it arrived, the £112 box was so huge that Holly and her partner Callum had to unbox it outside their home in Norfolk. 5The box contained a baby gate, pram, two highchairs, two bikes...
    A SAVVY shopper has claimed you can feed two people for less than £20 a week - as she shared her shopping list and meal planner to prove it.  Jade Wright, who admitted she had ‘too much time on her hands’, took on the challenge using Sainsbury’s groceries - with her weekly total coming to £18.89.  6One woman's savvy meal planner is proving controversial after she claimed she could feed two people for £18.89Credit: Shutterstock Jade shared her seven dinners which included chicken balti, jambalaya, ramen, burritos and vegetable soup - along with the recipes for each one.  And among the seven lunches are a toasted cheese sandwich, egg fried rice, mini jacket potatoes, and noodles with sausages. Jade also broke down the cost of each meal, with the cheapest lunchtime dish a fried egg on toast, which costs 34p, while the most budget-friendly meal is soup.  The key to keeping costs low is to buy a whole roast chicken, cook it at the beginning of the week and use the meat in multiple dishes.  6Jade Wright shared her shopping list...
    WE can easily spend hours perfecting our weekly shopping lists - but the second we step into a supermarket, we can't help but get distracted by all the special offers. One person who knows a little something about this is Kelly Costa - who used to throw anything that caught her eye in her shopping basket. 5Kelly Costa used to spend £60 on her weekly food shop for her family-of-threeCredit: latestdeals.co.uk But after joining bargain-hunting Facebook groups, the Essex-based mum-of-two told Latest Deals how she wanted to make her £60 food shop go further. By shopping the yellow sticker aisle and freezing whatever she doesn't eat, Kelly has managed to cut the cost of her shop down to £10 a week - and shares her bargains on her Instagram page Yellow sticker Kelly. She said: "Before becoming a mum to Isabella, now eight, I shopped haphazardly with no regard for what I chucked in my supermarket basket. If I fancied wine, it went in." However, Kelly's approach changed when Isabella began struggling with developmental delays as a baby. 5Kelly runs...
    FOR most people, bagging a bargain in the reduced yellow sticker supermarket aisle is a case of “right place, right time”. But for 33-year-old Hannah Stone, it's a way of life. 9Savvy shopper Hannah Stone says she 'eats like a Queen' thanks to yellow sticker shoppingCredit: Supplied The savvy shopper, from Northampton, has been doing entire food shops based around yellow sticker reductions since she was 10 years old. And despite sticking to a VERY strict budget, Hannah says she "eats like a Queen" every night of the week. Speaking exclusively to Fabulous Digital, Hannah explained how her mum got her into yellow sticking shopping as a way to put her maths lessons into practice. Unsurprisingly, Hannah caught the bargain-hunting bug and refuses to pay full-price for any of her food if she can help it. 9Hannah says she finds it 'depressing' if she ever has to pay full-price for foodCredit: Supplied 9The savvy shopper often buys meat reduced to £2 in the yellow sticker aisleCredit: Supplied She said: "I thrive off yellow sticker shopping. I get such...
    STOCKING shelves in Asda in 2007, A-level student Rachel Molitor was delighted to be told “you’re on the route to management.” Not because she aspired to work in the shop but because it meant she was in charge of a group of workers - and she promptly put herself in control of the ‘yellow sticker aisle’ where she’d pick up cheap ready meals to bring home to her mum Jules, now 62.  5Rachel, showing off some of her findsCredit: Collects “I just love a bargain,” Coventry University PhD student Rachel, 31, who lives near Solihull in the West Midlands, laughed. “And I wanted to be the one to put the stamps on. I would also allocate myself the latest breaks of the day so I could make sure I was first to grab the bargains in the aisles - that’s when the discounts are applied.” Rachel, married to hospital anaesthetist Tim Molitor, also 31, is one of a growing group of young women who - despite having money to spend in shops - love grabbing food bargains. Whole Facebook groups...
    CHRISTMAS might still be a few months away but that hasn't stopped eager parents from getting a head start on the mammoth task that is shopping for presents. But it's not hard to see why as both Argos and Asda are having massive toy sales with many parents taking advantage of the heavily discounted prices. 5One shopper got over £700 worth of toys from Argos for just £200Credit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group/Facebook On thrilled shopper revealed she spent just £200 on her order from Argos on what should have been over £700 worth of toys for her kids - and managed to get everything she needed for Christmas. Sharing snaps of her massive collection on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, she wrote: "£707 worth of toys for £202 Argos clearance sale managed to finish my children’s Christmas shopping and the last 2 birthdays I have this year." Among her new purchases was a range on monster trucks and cars, a dollhouse and even a Toy Story 4 Buzz Lightyear toy. Many...
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