Posted: Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:06 am
Do your food shopping online mine is always cheaper as I am not picking up things I don't need.
I didn't do it for a few weeks and was just popping to supermarket for odds and ends and was spending nearly as much as I do on 2 weeks shop on line as I was picking up stuff I don't really need
Posted: Tue Oct 06, 2009 2:01 pm
If you need a new pushchair, you can get it from pushchairsonline.com. I bought one from there and they created a discount code for my family and friends! Just type firstname.lastname@example.org in the offer code box to get a discount x x x
Posted: Tue Oct 06, 2009 10:50 pm
Post subject: Voucher Codes
I dont know if this websites alredy been posted, but i found it and was having a look around, it looks quit good. I havent used any codes so i dont know if it works, just thought id share
If you do use the codes, let me know if they work
Posted: Wed Oct 07, 2009 9:51 am
CEX sells pre-owned DVDs, Cd's computer games, consoles, mobiles etc.
Anyways they have shops around the country, but if you go to their online website they do free P&P on everything above £2. We use this to get the kids DVDs for christmas and birthdays.xxx
After 3 and half years of ttc, tests being clear and unable to adopt, we have decided to become a patchwork family. Me, my hubby and stepchildren.
Its so sad to know I will never hear the word 'Mommy'.x
Posted: Wed Oct 14, 2009 10:49 pm
Puchi petwear - enter aff100 to get 10% off your order and they also have a sale on their fancy diamonte dog collars. I just got two for my pairs' crimbo and it would have cost me £65 orig price but I only paid £31 xxxxxx
(Oh and PS Ojis I have used myvouchercodes loads and it is ace and they do work I always go to it before I buy something cos quite often it gets you free del or a discount)
I'm not on here all the time so if you need anything PM me Arch x
Posted: Sat Oct 31, 2009 9:41 pm
my son is three now and another is on its way and what i have found is that asda brand nappies are really good. they are cheap and almost always on offer. so far its three boxes for ten pounds for any size from newborn and onwards. dearer brands are good i used to huggies. but if you are on a tight budget i would go with the asda own brands.
Posted: Wed Nov 04, 2009 3:58 pm
4xbaking potatos 20p in asda!
Between 4 and 6 of these in Morrisons for 30p. I buy them instead of old/new potatoes and cut them up for my hot dinners as works out much cheaper then buying potatoes meant for this.
Posted: Mon Dec 14, 2009 10:57 pm
Top cash back is absolutely brilliant, once you've signed up if you go to the website through their link (if the website is on there) then you'll get anything between 2-20% cashback, takes a couple of weeks before you get the cash but well worth it, I've been using for about 2 months and already got £30 cashback!
Works with lots of big companys including ebay etc.