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April 10

The Best Value for Money Showbags at the Sydney Royal Easter Show

Posted by on April 10, 2017 at 8:35 AM

Those of you who attend the annual Sydney Royal Easter show may share in the excitement of their notorious showbags. These bags of fun have been a token part of the event since the early 1900’s, with recent years hosting as many as 400 different bags at different price points from $3 and up to $30.

The Best Value for Money Showbags at the Sydney Royal Easter Show

The amount of choice can be overwhelming when making a decision, so we are going to make the decision easier for you, by showing you which showbag offers the best value for money and those that offer the worst.

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April 3

Money Saving Tips for the Sydney Royal Easter Show 2017

Posted by on April 3, 2017 at 8:34 AM

That time of year has come again and this year the Sydney Royal Easter show runs from Thursday 6th to Wednesday 19th April. This family fun filled event can be a great occasion for everyone to enjoy, but it can also be costly too.

Money Saving Tips for the Sydney Royal Easter Show 2017

Standard entry tickets for a family of four consisting of two adults and two kids can cost more than $120 and that’s without any rides. So, if you feel like spending less this year then we have some great money saving tips that will make your experience more cost effective so you can enjoy yourself more.

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March 27

Loyalty Programs Claim to save Money but Do They Really?

Posted by on March 27, 2017 at 8:19 AM

Loyalty programs may seem like a great idea to buy into because you get rewarded for your continued business with a brand. Wrong, they only really benefit the retailer in the long run because they are not designed to reward us at all in the grand scheme of things. Their main reason for existence is to milk more money from their high-value customers.

Loyalty Programs Claim to save Money but Do They Really?

The worst part about these loyalty programs is that they actually work, with a number of loyalty program websites claiming that their members spend 40% more than standard customers. The following article will explain how they work and how you are getting ripped off if you use one of these programs.

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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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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 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 12

How to Avoid a $300 Energy Bill Increase in 2017

Posted by on December 12, 2016 at 8:43 AM

Victoria residents will be well aware of the pending closure of the Hazelwood power station and the aftermath that may result in skyrocketing gas and electricity bills for households. The closure could cost us all an extra $300 per quarter.

How to Avoid a $300 Energy Bill Increase in 2017

That’s on top of AGL Energy increasing prices by 10% already, meaning NSW, Tasmania and Southern Australian will have to find a new provider to replace the cheapest electricity generator the country knew, Hazelwood. These are the money saving options to consider before you begin to panic.

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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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November 18

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Black Friday & Cyber Monday

Posted by on November 18, 2016 at 8:45 AM

This time next week we will be in full swing of the Black Friday sales leading into the retail fuelled weekend, followed by Cyber Monday too. If you plan on being out shopping for the best discounts and bargains or sitting at home hunting for top online deals, then a these online shopping tips and tricks will certainly help you save more money.

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Black Friday & Cyber Monday

Whether you prefer shopping online or in-store the following videos will help you get the most out of the sales next week. The videos I hope will help you sniff out the true deals, what retailer tricks to look out for and when you should or shouldn’t buy what you are looking at.

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November 17

Kindle Unlimited Launches in Australia, but Is It worth It?

Posted by on November 17, 2016 at 8:28 AM

Amazon has launched its Kindle Unlimited subscription service in Australia and for many ebook readers it’s considered the Netflix for books. The service offers customers access to over one million titles for a monthly subscription fee.

Kindle Unlimited Launches in Australia, but Is It worth It?

Whilst the service offers an abundance of reading material, is its offering as good as other countries? After launching over two years ago in the United States Amazon still has left parts out of the Australian launch such as audiobooks, plus it’s more expensive than some TV subscriptions. Therefore we ask the question, what type of reader is this service good value for money?

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November 7

Black Friday and Cyber Monday – Do the Online Deals really Save Money?

Posted by on November 7, 2016 at 8:11 AM

The online phenomenon that comes around every year known as Black Friday and Cyber Monday will be with us Thursday 24th November. The main focus is saving money via online deals and bargains, but the promise feels hollow. There is no doubt plenty of deals to take advantage of but do they really save you money?

Black Friday and Cyber Monday – Do the Online Deals really Save Money?

We want to look at what ways you can score the best deals during these online shopping sales, but also let you know our opinion on why we believe these sales come across as meaningless and potentially do not add value for money. If you agree, we offer alternative shopping methods that will more likely be better deals.

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November 3

How Virtual Reality Retail Counters Could Save Us Money

Posted by on November 3, 2016 at 8:30 AM

The tech scene has been raving about the arrival of virtual reality (VR) over the past 12 months and its clear to see why people are getting excited about it. Video gaming has been taken to new heights both companies such as Oculus Rift and others that simply use the screen of our smartphones.

How Virtual Reality Retail Counters Could Save Us Money

A number of companies have been experimenting with VR to adapt it to the retail industry with one Chinese company using it to create a virtual cosmetic counter to buy goods from. Ray Ban’s website can tap into our computer’s camera to show how glasses will fit our face, but how intelligent can this technology become and will we all be shopping from our living rooms in the future? Fewer bricks and mortar must surely bring the prices down too, I bet you’re thinking.

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November 2

New Liquor Market Stores Aim to Sell Cheapest Alcohol in Australia

Posted by on November 2, 2016 at 8:08 AM

Australia’s obsession with low prices is continuing to drive a new market of cut price products. We’ve already seen Aldi dominate the market using this method and Coles wants to jump onto the bandwagon by selling lower priced, affordable booze through its new discounted alcohol store Liquor Market.

New Liquor Market Stores Aim to Sell Cheapest Alcohol in Australia

The first store opened in the Melbourne eastern suburbs of Ringwood at the end of October and it’s taking a number of pointers from the discount chain ALDI to put people in the right money saving frame of mind. Unlike the larger offering of Dan Murphys, Liquor Market will focus on fewer items within a smaller set up all revolved around saving money.

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August 10

Coles and 7-Eleven Battle for Convenience with the Cheapest Coffee

Posted by on August 10, 2016 at 8:16 AM

7-Eleven has been known recently to be selling one of the cheapest coffees that can be bought in Australia for $1. If you like your coffee in the morning to kick start your day then buying from the chain is certainly the cheapest way to do it, or so that was the case until Coles begun selling cheaper coffee at 0.80¢. Coles has launched its own revamped convenience store format in response.

 Coles and 7 Eleven Battle for Convenience with the Cheapest Coffee

This cheap coffee can be bought via Coles’ new convenience offering which you may know as the ‘Big Yum at Little Coles’. This cheap coffee can be bought currently at three Melbourne service stations in Kew, Windsor and South Yarra. Besides the cheap coffee, you can also pick up heavily reduced items such as bananas, wraps, handmade sandwiches, sushi, salads and other ready-made meals to help save money on those busy work days.

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