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February 17

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Birthday Party Ideas

Posted by on February 17, 2017 at 8:02 AM

Those of you who have kids will undoubtedly have some form of birthday party to prepare your child for over the summer months. Whether it’s a party for yours, your friends or someone in their class, it can really make a difference to everyone involved by learning a few valuable birthday party tricks and tips.

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Birthday Party Ideas

We are looking today at hacks for kids birthday parties, slumber parties, party food, games and much more. Ensure that your kids has the best time possible by helping arm the parents involved with as many games, food and party knowledge hacks possible.

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February 16

How to save Money Building a Personal Computer

Posted by on February 16, 2017 at 8:15 AM

Those enthusiasts out there who enjoy building a more superior machine compared to what can be bought off the shelf, may know a few of these money saving tricks. Although you can’t consider yourself a true guru unless you know every tip there is.

How to save Money Building a Personal Computer

Today we are looking at how you can build a PC without having to spend a cent more than is necessary. Whether you’re aim is to build a basic every day computer or you’re building a gaming rig, we look at the smart computer tips to keep costs and save money wherever possible.

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February 9

How to Pay Less When Choosing a Smartphone for Your Kids

Posted by on February 9, 2017 at 8:52 AM

Those parents out there who have kids starting high school this year may be concerned about the way they are making their way home from school with no means of contact. If you are considering getting your child a smartphone to stay in contact with, then we’re looking at the best money saving options available.

How to Pay Less When Choosing a Smartphone for Your Kids

The way we see it is that there are three main options you can consider. The first would be giving your kid a hand-me-down device, second is to buy a device outright and thirdly get a new phone on a 12-24 month contract. The first two options could either be a prepaid or monthly contract SIM. However, which is the best solution for you is what we’re exploring here today.

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January 30

Save Hundreds of Dollars by Avoiding Expensive Flight Booking Mistakes

Posted by on January 30, 2017 at 8:26 AM

Travelling by flight for either business or pleasure can prove expensive if done incorrectly. There is no reason to pay full price if you know how to save money booking flights as long as you know how to avoid the following mistakes.

Save Hundreds of Dollars by Avoiding Expensive Flight Booking Mistakes

Common reasons for a flight being expensive can sometimes be no fault of your own, but we wan’t to help you recognise when you can avoid these mistakes to give you the best money saving opportunities. You can start straight away on your very next booking.

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January 20

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Cheap Everyday Household Hacks

Posted by on January 20, 2017 at 8:34 AM

This week we want to focus on saving money in general every day areas of life. We are going to look at ways you can achieve these tasks whilst spending less money, for example caring for poorly kids or making your own DIY home freshener.

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Cheap Everyday Household Hacks

It doesn’t matter if you’re a busy person or not, these money saving hacks will give you some good ideas that you can put into place around the house in very little time, for the benefit of your entire family, kids included.

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January 12

Free Travel and Better Value for Money Using Credit Cards

Posted by on January 12, 2017 at 8:46 AM

Travelling is something most of us generally enjoy and it would be a complete joy if sometimes it weren’t so expensive. Learning how to take advantage of free travel via your credit cards and other means is a great way to save money on both national and international journeys.

Free Travel and Better Value for Money Using Credit Cards

This article looks at some of the best methods to use in order to receive discounted or at times free travel by using credit cards and other known industry tips and tricks. It wont require a calculator to see how much money you could save by using these ideas the next time you go away.

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January 5

Save Money Living in the Big City on a Small Budget

Posted by on January 5, 2017 at 8:24 AM

Living in the big city can bring excitement and energy but also high costs. If you are someone who has succumb to the allure of living in the big city but you want to try and make it on a small budget then the following money saving tips are aimed to help you achieve this.

Save Money Living in the Big City on a Small Budget

This article includes information from a variety of money saving experts around the world who have shared their knowledge on the best ways to spend less whilst living in a centrally. Certain tips may seem like common knowledge whilst others may be the beginning of a new affordable city lifestyle.

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December 30

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Dinner Party Tips and Ideas

Posted by on December 30, 2016 at 8:17 AM

As we get into the full swing of summer it’s going to be increasingly difficult to either avoid hosting your own dinner party or attending one at some point. These fun occasions can be a great way to bond with friends whilst still not spending the earth on food and entertainment.

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Dinner Party Tips and Ideas

The following tips and hacks will provide you with great ideas on how to prepare in advance for receiving guests, what to include when preparing cheap meal ideas and much more. Additionally, if bugs can be a pest in your garden then learn some of these DIY bug repellent ideas too.

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December 28

Ikea’s Home Delivery Service and How to save Money at Their Stores

Posted by on December 28, 2016 at 8:14 AM

IKEA in Australia for the first time in Australia have launched a new service allowing customers to receive their products delivered to their front door. The service will go into action first at their Canberra store, with the service rolling out to other stores later. The ‘click-and-collect’ service costs $20, whilst home delivery starts at $79, depending on location.

Ikea’s Home Delivery Service and How to save Money at Their Stores

David Hood, IKEA’s country manager plans to roll the service out in efforts to boost sales by 10%. Ultimately, IKEA do not charge for size, weight or number of items, delivery prices are driven by location, so when combining the money saving tricks below and bundling them all into a delivery, their $79 shipping cost can save you a whole lot of stress and even your back.

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December 15

Money Saving Christmas Bargains and Shopping Tips

Posted by on December 15, 2016 at 8:44 AM

We are well within the countdown to Christmas and with office parties and kids holidays / parties all kicking in, it can make your money saving activity seem rather fruitless. That’s why we are going to share some money saving tips that you can utilise over the next couple of weeks to ensure you don’t bust the bank account before Christmas.

Money Saving Christmas Bargains and Shopping Tips

If you like to plan further ahead then the following money saving tips will also give you the best chance of starting the new year on the right side of the breadline. Work will generally be quieter for most industries at this time of year too so utilise your free time and keep more money in your wallet with these money saving tips.

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December 14

The Best Value 4K Blu-ray Player in Oz: The Xbox One S

Posted by on December 14, 2016 at 8:12 AM

Christmas is around the corner and those looking to beef up their home cinema system with a new Blu-Ray player may be looking at online discounts and deals, especially as online streaming it becoming more popular. However, you may be leaving some stones unturned because the best value for money Blu-Ray player on the market today in Australia is the Xbox One S.

The Best Value 4K Blu ray Player in Oz: The Xbox One S

The best investment you can make into a piece of Blu-Ray technology today is not a standard player anymore, it’s one that can do much more. An Xbox One S will set you back around $349, and when compared to other devices that can upscale to 4K, it looks like a pretty good deal. Check out our comparison table to find out how much money you could save.

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December 9

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Best to Buy in December Sales

Posted by on December 9, 2016 at 8:30 AM

There are certain times of the year to buy certain products and then there are times to steer clear. This week we are looking at the best products you can buy in the month of December, firstly because of the amount of money saving opportunities there are and secondly due to it being the right time of year statistically to buy these products because of online discounts.

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Best to Buy in December Sales

To give you a brief overview, you can expect to find information and hacks on how to buy statically the best products in Australia during December: Champagne, televisions, tools, golf clubs and technology. The videos below will help explain more about which products you should be looking at and help you begin scoping out the best money saving deals online for yourself.

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December 1

Cheap DIY Home Improvement Ideas for under $50

Posted by on December 1, 2016 at 8:29 AM

Summer is on its way and being Australians we generally love to entertain at some point or another, but if those tired parts of your house are holding you back here are some cheap DIY improvements you can implement immediately.

Cheap DIY Home Improvement Ideas for under $50

The aim here today is to find affordably simple ways of improving our homes so we can feel proud of inviting our friends over anytime. Scroll through the list of DIY home improvement ideas and pick whichever cheap facelift idea is suitable for you. No big investments or large jobs found here, only ideas costing less than $50.

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November 29

Discount Pharmacy Chemist Warehouse Saves Aussies Money Online

Posted by on November 29, 2016 at 8:26 AM

Australian success stories always cheer me up and when it comes to Chemist Warehouse it’s not just their success, but the money saving deals I can reap from their offerings too. Chemist Warehouse turns over $4 billion per year and it’s effectively the Bunnings of the Pharmacy industry.

Discount Pharmacy Chemist Warehouse Saves Aussies Money Online

Their primary business is in Australian, but growing demand in China is helping boost the company’s figures too. It may be the pharmacy success story of Australia, but the real success we measure here is how much money can the brand save us on a regular basis?

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November 24

Masters Fire Sale Heats up with Closure Date Nearing

Posted by on November 24, 2016 at 8:18 AM

Masters is planned to shut down within 4 weeks, but liquidators have come under fire for running a lousy closing down sale. In efforts to improve the situation liquidators have supposedly improved discounts by up to 70% off. Bargains are also being offered on last minute summer items such as BBQs and patio furniture.

Masters Fire Sale Heats up with Closure Date Nearing

The closure date is set for 11th December but Mike Whitfort, spokesman for the liquidators, GA Australia believes it will be a miracle if the store lasts that long. Yet, is this just more wool being pulled over our eyes to put some last minute dollars into the liquidators hands or are the prices actually as discounted as the store says?

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