#14 Eating out

So this time of year is always a busy time for going out to eat, so we’ve compiled all the ways we know to save a bit of money at restaurants. Here we go! Show notes Groupon vouchers Mystery shopping companies: MarketForce, MysteryDining.net Zeek (app to buy discounted giftcards) How to get an NUS card […]

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#13 Charity

This week we’re back with some thrifty ideas about how you can give to charity this Christmas – with some cheap ways to make a big difference, as well as how you can help someone out for free. See the links below for how you can get involved: Show notes Faith’s post about doing a […]

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#12 Buying a House

Today we’re talking (mainly to Charlotte) about how she bought her house. We chat freehold vs leasehold, what the estate agents aren’t telling you as well as what it’s actually important to look at on Rightmove. Show notes How your parents can help you save for a deposit How buying a house is just like […]

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#10 Cinema

How to get free/cheap cinema tickets every time – this is legit, we promise! Any questions? Click drop us a message – themoneycoven at gmail.com… Show Notes Free cinema tickets Show Film First (free cinema tickets) Slackers Club (free cinema tickets for students at Picturehouse cinemas) Sweet Sundays (£3 of Mars sweets for a free […]

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#9 Beauty

Want to hear all about how to get beauty treatments, makeup, skincare and haircuts for FREE? Well listen in… Show notes Beauty Markdown (Bronni’s beauty blog) Debenhams card – get a free Benefit brow wax Vidal Sassoon academy Facebook group – free London haircuts 17 tattoo me eyeliner – this will never smudge   […]

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#7 Budgeting

We’re tackling budgeting today, along with the law of attraction, the myth that we’re all buying coffees, avocados and Netflix subscriptions instead of houses and how many portions of rice you need per person with a curry. Show notes Charlotte’s Luxury on a Budget group Monzo (pre-paid debit card) Yolt (keep track of your spending) […]

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#6 Supermarkets

This week’s episode is all about shopping for food (and things that aren’t food, and Christmas, and PR drama and how to properly cook baked beans and how to scam self service checkouts and a lot of other rubbish). There was a bit of a recording glitch mid-way through Bronni ranting about glace cherries – […]

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#5 What to do when you have no money

We’re back and we’re chatting about how to make bank when you have £0 in the… bank. Show notes StepChange debt charity Citizen’s Advice Skint Dad Shpock local selling app Emma Drew’s post about selling her old shoes Jobspotter app Tasking apps: Roamler, Task360, Streetspotr, Streetbees, Be My Eye. Here’s a post all about them. OLIO app (free […]

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#4 Credit Cards

Hey! Today we’re talking about flashing the plastic – aka, credit cards. Should you get one? Should Tim Westwood be trusted with one? So many questions. And hopefully some answers, maybe. Show notes The MSE eligibility calculator – see which cards you can get without a credit check, shown as a % likelihood of being accepted. […]

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