A Deal a Day

The cost of living has been rising lately, and doesn’t seem to be showing any signs of slowing down. Bills feel like they are increasing every single month, my food shopping each week seems to cost a small fortune, and there is always someone needing something – new clothes, new shows, lunch money. Winter is just around the corner, meaning a house that will need heating and the costs that brings with it. As a single parent household, with 4 kids still home full time, money is very tight these days and I seem to be having to stretch my pennies further and further every month.

Like many others, I’m always interested in finding ways to save a little money. There are so many websites offering cashback or various deals, discounts, and vouchers. When I remember, I’ll have a look around before I make a purchase to see if I can save a few pounds. The one disadvantage that a lot of these sites have though is that you have to trawl through them to find the offers and that can be very time-consuming and also easy to miss the best offers when they are buried in amongst endless rubbish offers!

As a busy working Mama, time is not something that I have an abundance of. So, when I recently came across Deal a Day – an amazing site that sends you email deal alerts every day I was very excited! I decided to find out more about how it worked and whether it was as good as it sounds.

Deal a Day does all of the hard work for you – they search for the best deals that are available, then check out the terms and conditions, and finally, they email them straight to your inbox! You get an email every single day with a fantastic deal that you’ll definitely want to take advantage of you get an average of £8 a day savings.

Recent deals that I have had this week since joining include £5 off a £25 Amazon Shop, £14 off a £40 online Morrisiosn order, a free Percy Pig Slushie at M&S Cafe, and a free family National Trust pass for the Autumn – which I think are all pretty great offers.

The Deal a Day site works as a subscription service. Even from just a week of emails, I think that it is one that is definitely worth joining – you could save £3,000+ a year for £2.50 a month! You can choose from a monthly subscription, a six month subscription or a 12 month subscription (giving you the best value for money). They do offer a free version with just one email a day, as well as a 14-day free trial.

In the run up to Christmas, I’m looking forward to some great offers, that hopefully will make my money go a little further! If you are a bargain hunter then I really do think that you will love Deal a Day as much as I do – would love to hear what you think to it if you decide to sign up!

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