WIN – A Family Ticket to Warwick Castle

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Warwick Castle is Britain’s Ultimate Castle.  From discovering the makings of a real Princess in the Princess Tower to experiencing the magic at Merlin: The Dragon Tower there is something for all ages to enjoy.

You can even experience a real life Medieval Feast or Banquet in a themed dining room and there is even an option for a short break.  Take a look at the website to plan your visit and to see exactly what they have to offer and for more information on the experiences that they can offer you.

MyFamilyClub have kindly given us a 1 Day Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) to Warwick castle so that you can experience the magic for yourselves.

Simply follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter form below!

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Comments (79)

  • Lou @ Bloggomy

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    My tip – Before you buy anything ask yourself if you NEED it or just want it – works for me!

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  • Kelly dutton

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    Always checking online for discount codes before buying anything!

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  • Jane Morfett

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    My best money saving tip is to walk to work, if you can, instead of paying a bus fare it is amazing how much you can save!

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  • Jane Townson

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    Cut up your old clothes to use as dusters.

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  • Angela Moore

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    Meal plan and shop with a list – do not deviate from it ;)

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  • Deborah Worrall

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    I work out a menu for the week and stick to it.By shopping online you can see how much you’re spending and you’re not tempted by instore offers.When I’m in the supermarket I often buy things because I can’t remember if we’ve got any of the product left at home but if I buy online I can go and check before purchasing.The savings in both time,petrol and unwanted/needed shopping covers the cost of delivery and it’s nice to shop with a cup of coffee by your side!

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  • lydia

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    we have envelopes to save up for things we really want, in a tin, its good to see it grow and motivates us.

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  • Kirsty Fox

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    If you want something wait 24 hours before buying it because you can pretty much guarantee that you won’t want it so much th enext day!

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  • Julie Kenny

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    I use my local library – I never buy books anymore, but take the kids to the library every week and get them whatever they want on loan. The library also rents out DVDS and CDS really cheaply too. Saves me a fortune! They also have the comics – and my kids read them while we are there! :-)

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  • claire woods

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    My money saving tip is to take sandwiches to work. Can save money if don’t buy lunch whilst out.

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  • Nancy Bradford

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    My best tip is an old one but one that not a lot of people seem to adhere to nowdays. Leftovers. Recycling your food so that you have zero waste means you save loads every month in grocery bills.

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  • Debbie Burfoot

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    buy used baby clothes in bundles…alot cheaper than buying brand new and you are recycling too

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  • natnightowl@yahoo.com

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    Buy a cheaper brand and cut your shopping bill, works for me. I have also started buying all my clothes second hand, i get top brands but for a very small amount of money.

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  • Martina

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    Use freecycle site.

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  • sharon cross

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    Use voucher websites for money off coupons

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  • Sarah Lamb

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    I buy food when it’s reduced or on offer at the supermarket then freeze it.

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  • nikki lane

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    Never shop on an empty stomach, you’ll end up buying a load of “nice” eatables you don’t need.
    Double check prices per grams/weight etc, not just the price, buying bigger is not always cheaper.

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  • foxy959@hotmail.com

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    Shop for groceries online. It may cost a little for delivery, but you’ll save by sticking to your online list and won’t be tempted by all those goodies at the check-out!

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  • Amelia Kennedy

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    Shop for groceries online. It will mean a delivery charge, but this will easily be wiped out by sticking to your online list and avoiding all those tempting treats at the check-out.

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  • claire hooper

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    Save all your old bits and pieces and do a car boot sale :-)

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  • siobhan marie

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    eat some proper food before going to the supermarket it will stop you grabbing them guilty pleasures of the shelfs and save you a few pounds

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  • lianne claire martin

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    use cashback sites if you buy on the internet anyway its a bonus you would be mad to miss and they often have voucher codes on too

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  • Christina Connolly

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    Pop into the supermarket on the way home from work and have a look in the reduced shelf – they mark things down that are fine to eat, you can get great bargains for tea!

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  • Christina Noble

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    compare prices online before you buy anything

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  • Ellie Lawrence

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    I buy kids clothes and toys from nearly new sales, where they only sell good quality items. It’s best to take a list of the things you want because they are often very busy, and it is easy to get carried away with all the bargains of offer!

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  • Hilda Hazel Wright

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    My best money saving tip is to pack a flask and picnic for any family outing, it saves a fortune to be prepared!

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  • carolanne adamson

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    get together with friends and buy in bulk at your local cash and carry

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  • Zoe G

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    Don’t impulse buy, usually you don’t need it or never use it

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  • Senga Bull

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    Don’t automatically turn the heating up if you’re a bit chilly, pop a jumper or cardy on and get warm and snuggly with big kiddy cuddles on the sofa :) x

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  • Andy Dommett

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    Cycle or take the bus

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  • Steph

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    Don’t impulse buy, always consider it for a few days first :) Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  • Lailli

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    Shop in charity shops / Ebay. You can get some great bargains – especially some charity shops which are given brand new clothes from high street shops.

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  • Emily

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    Use cashback websites when you’re shopping online!!

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  • clare davies

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    ONLINE SHOP! i always nip to the shop for one thing for tea and end up speanding £20 if you plan meals and buy those ingredients in will save you lots!

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  • Darius D.

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    Stick to your shopping list.

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  • Julie Davies

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    Washing detergent and conditioner can be really expensive – always use a little bit less than recommended unless your clothes are really dirty – you won’t notice the difference and will get at least another 5 or 6 washes out of each bottle or box

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  • kathleen hooper

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    I’ve saved money by collecting and using money off coupons… but only on things that I really need!

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  • Sheila M

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    Always make your own lunch for work – can save a lot of money and do it the night before to save you time the next morning.

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  • Solange

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    Use your washing powder as a general cleaner .. it really cuts through dirt, grime and grease .. very good on shower trays,baths and sinks .. put some down the loo and watch the stains disappear .. no need for other high priced cleaners.

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  • Jay Scales

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    Put your phone to use! There are apps to get instant couchers for restaurant discounts, some to scan barcodes to check if an item is cheaper online, and some that give you cashback as you shop!

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  • Rachael Donovan

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    Always check online for offers or vouchers before you shop

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  • Boo Roo and Tigger Too

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    Get a group of friends together to go to days out as many places offer group discounts

    @littleboo_21

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  • kerry locke

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    Meal Plan,Meal Plan, Meal Plan – this one simple thing will stop you wasting money ( and time ) on endless extra supermarket trips buying stuff you really dont need!

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  • MRF Saunders

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    Try and make a packed lunch whenever you can – for work, days out etc. It’s amazing how much money you can save. Even better, put half the saved money into a tin and then use it for a family day out after a couple of months – it keeps you motivated to keep making the packed lunches!

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  • Emma Jackson

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    Write a shopping list and stick to a weekly meal plan to save on impulse buys at the supermarket.

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  • emma howard

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    I use price comparison sites and cashback sites before I buy anything

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  • Lynn Doe

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    Go shopping with a friend, then on the buy one get one frees, you can go halves. Me and my mother-in-law do this every week and saves us a fortune.

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  • greigspencer@live.co.uk

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    heck for discount codes online and vouchers lol

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  • olivia kirby

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    Never do anything without Groupon!

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  • Kate

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    Become a Buddhist. Frugal living is the road to enlightenment.

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  • Karen

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    Plan your meals and shop with a list of things you need

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  • Helen Aiken

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    Try to walk or cycle as much as possible to save on fuel (and it’s healthier), but if you really have to go somewhere by car, try to combine as much as possible into the trip, rather than ending up making multiple car journeys.

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  • Reece Precious

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    Don’t let your husband go shopping!

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  • Natasha Gandy

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    Always go shopping alone – I find if I take the kids/hubby then my shopping bill is higher by up to £60 !! I also save all the pennies and bank then every few months for treats !! x

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  • c tindale

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    Do your washing over night

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  • Tracy Grant

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    Before buying anything I always ask DO WE NEED IT, if not then don’t buy, I have a group of friends and we all have girls, so we often swap clothes around, when someone out grows them we pass them along xxx

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  • Lorraine Foster

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    Always put your loose pennies, or change in a jar, you would be suprised how quickly they add up!

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  • Sue Cole

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    Money Saving Expert website is my first point of call before buying or doing anything.

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  • Kerrie

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    just as you are about to buy it, ask yourself can you do withhout it, if its yes, dont buy it!!

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  • Amanda Johnson

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    Teach children from an early age about the value of money and how to save and be carefull and hopefully they will grow avoiding the mistakes we learnt the hard way.

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  • Lewis Pearce

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    Check Hotukdeals daily

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  • carolann gaul

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    my top tip is when buying tickets,rooms etc online always check for vouchers,i went to flamingo land 4 of us for price of 2 and got an hour before they let rest of public in…love a bargain :)

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  • kimberley plant

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    make your own cleaning products and never waste food x

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  • sarah lee

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    My local school lets me use the gym, classes, badminton and tennis out of school hours for a really nominal fee

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  • Tina Holmes

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    Soapnuts instead of washing powder! Amazing :)

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  • Alice Boardman

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    Plan your food, and always take pack lunches when going out, and snacks to avoid expensive impulse purchases.

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  • Lyn Bosomworth

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    always take a list shopping and stick to it

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  • Lindsey Gunn

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    Before I checkout on online shops I also search the web for promo codes and vouchers can make good savings that way.

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  • THOMAS

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    sell unwanted stuff

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  • Laura Lott

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    Never eat out or visit anywhere that doesn’t have a 2 for 1 voucher :-D

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  • Michelle McCole

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    plan meals and freeze what you dont eat to so nothing goes to waste x

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  • Katarzyna Szewczyk

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    Always make a list what I really need.If I go without it I always buy lots of useless things…

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  • sue willshee

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    My best money saving tip is to eat veggie for a couple of days per week. You’ll definitely save money by cutting out meat and the doctors would tell you it’s healthier too!
    Plus, if you can encourage the family to grow their own veg (perhaps have a giant veg comnpetition) you’ll save even more because you won’t even need to buy the veggies.
    A couple of years ago I got together with 2 friends and we agreed to plant specific veg – so we share lettuce, tomatoes, courgettes, cauliflower, squash, etc between us rather than having a glut of veg that one family couldn’t get through.

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  • Thelma

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    BUY OWN BRAND

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  • RICHARD

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    use charity shops

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  • MARK

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    go running instead of joining the gym

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  • LISA

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    make your own cleaning products

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  • karen dixon

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    try to get samples of the new things that you want before you spend out loads on the main thing

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  • Wendy Collard

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    Utilise social networking sites for financial benefits. Check facebook for groups local to your area (there are thousands) where people buy and sell items (free to post and great to find bargains) The internet is the most useful tool for bargains and freebies, freecycle, money saving web sites. Use Them

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