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

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…

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

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…

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: DIY Christmas and More

Now that December has arrived the shops will be shoving Christmas down your throats until you’re fed up with it. This year, eradicate the stress of Christmas by learning some money saving hacks and time saving tricks from the following Christmas videos. Learn how to wrap presents in under 15 seconds with a new technique…

Australia’s Supermarket Industry Is under Fire Again from Germany

Australia should prepare itself for cheaper products and more money saving opportunities in the wake of the new supermarket, Kaufland’s arrival. The German discount brand is heading down under because it wants to stop Aldi having all of the fun. Kaufland is owned by Aldi’s rival, Lidl as well as the Schwarz Group who control…

Energy and Money Saving DIY Wooden LED Lamp

LED lights are undoubtedly better value for money because they last considerably longer than standard light bulbs, plus they consume far less energy which can save money. However, their cost can deter people from buying them and this goes for household items too such as lamps. If you would like to embrace the LED world…

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Last Minute Halloween Ideas

Everywhere you go this weekend will likely be filled with the Halloween theme all around both for adults and kids. If you are feeling a little lost on how to prepare yours or your kids costumes or even your house for the invasion of kids in search of candy, then these last minute hacks should…

Stop Amazon's Recommendation Algorithm from Ripping You Off

Amazon across the world has built a reputation providing an engine to buy cheap, reliable products from a vast array of suppliers. The company delivers three million packages per day across the globe but something fishy is going on with their pricing algorithm. The website advertises that it shows you the cheapest deal when you…

Save Money Buying an Ex-rental Car and Forget Old-fashioned Stigma

There is no doubt that buying a second hand car is better value for money even if you can afford a brand new vehicle. The depreciation of that shiny new forecourt car is so severe that it makes any money saving conscious being, scowl at the idea. Cars can depreciate anywhere between 20-40% as soon…

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Welcome to Spring

Spring or vernal equinox officially starts on the 21st of September if you go by the astronomical calendar. Vernal Equinox is a Latin word meaning “time of equal days and nights,” meaning there should be 12 hours of daylight and 12 of night. A new season generally gets people excited about the weather ahead, which…

The Issues with Cloud Storage and the Importance of Protecting Your Data

External hard drives are receiving increasing competition from cloud based storage because unless you have the external drive with you all the time, the ability to access the information can be debilitating. Storing everything in the cloud gives you access via your mobile, laptop and any other device that’s connected to the Internet. However, due…

Money Saving Recap – What are you forgetting?

Many of us go around each day thinking about ways to save money here and there, but over time it’s the consistent saving methods that will keep the most amounts in your pocket. Money saving pursuits such as rushing into the shopping centre so you don’t incur a bigger parking ticket bill in the grand…

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Home Improvement DIY

Australia is getting ready for another summer and if you feel like your home needs sprucing up before you begin entertaining again, it’s a great idea to learn some hacks to make that process easier. Making adjustments to your home also couldn’t be done at a better time, because Masters are currently having a closing…

How to Use Money as a Tool, Not Simply as a Goal

Money is often looked at as a means to an end, “if we have x then we can buy y”, and this often leads to a negative relationship with the currency. If we can’t afford and item then it becomes something that constantly gets in our way. However if you don’t want for much then…

The Cost of Owning a Pet and the Best Types of Insurance Plans

The vast majority of us love pets because of their companionship, but how much are you willing to pay to keep your furry friend healthy during its life. Medical bills, vaccinations and a host of other potential needs all cost money, with certain animals and breeds costing considerably more compared to others. This article is…

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Travelling Made Easier

Australia is a large country and for many of us that means traveling further than the average European to get to work or generally in our daily lives. In todays modern society there are numerous ways to get around including, cars, bikes, trains, bicycles, boats and other forms of public transport. Those of you who…

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Smartphone Tips and Tricks

The new Apple iPhone 7 has just launched and fans around the world are happy to see some exciting new colours along with a new double camera on the Plus version. Amidst the joy of the new iPhone imminently about to hit the shelves people lay stunned in the wake of the disastrous recall of…

Easy Money Saving Tips When Supermarket Shopping

Grocery shopping, is the one thing that can’t be avoided and the one thing that our earnings must be spent on, yet how can we save money supermarket shopping without having to think about it too much? Prices are changing all the time especially with the current supermarket battle between Woolworths, Coles and ALDI. This…

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Gaming Tips

Buckscoop has a number of gaming bargains and discounts on its deal page regularly thanks to our resident deal hunter ‘Earth’. So, I’m sure many of you gaming fans have been wondering when you were going to see a console orientated hacks post to enhance your virtual endeavours. Whether you have a PlayStation, Xbox or…

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Quick Meal Prep Tips

As August comes to an end you may feel like taking advantage of the colder weather before it ends to do some baking and indoor cooking. Today we have a variety of food hacks that will help you improve your cooking processes, plus reduce the amount of utensils required and even offer some healthier options…

Weekly Scoop of Top Life Hacks: Fathers Day Gift Edition

Fathers Day is only 2 weeks away and if you haven’t thought of something to get that man you call dad it’s about time you started putting your mind to it. Events like this can creep up on you, but with a little preparation you can make this day more special with a some personal…