Simple Savings vault membership reduced to $27 ($20 saving) + 18% buckscoop

1 November 2008

Membership to the website is free. The vault normally costs $47 per annum but is reduced to $27.00 until 1 Dec and you will receive :

* Access to the Savings Vault. Your first visit to the Vault will blow you away. It is a staggering source of information, containing thousands of tips that will save you money and new tips are constantly being added. Finding what you want in the Vault is easy, thanks to our impressive facilities. Most Vault members learn enough to recoup their joining fee in the first week alone - or even the first visit! To give you an idea of some of the countless ways you can save money with your Vault membership, click here for a sneaky peek!
* Access to our Savings Forum. The Forum is another fantastic resource where you will learn to save masses of money, while also receiving plenty of support, inspiration (not to mention a lot of laughs!) from likeminded people. We must warn you though - the Forum is addictive; once you visit, you won't want to leave!
* Full access to Penny's Blog. Penny is a Simple Savings member who wants to save money, just like you! Since 2005 she has been sharing her money saving journey and tips in her hilarious blog, which is updated twice a week - but only Gold members get to read the latest!
* More printable downloads. Our 'Downloads' area contains some more fantastic money savers, which are exclusive to paid members only. Some of these include a Power Expense Calculator, to help you and your family keep bills down, a stylish new Menu Planner and Shopping List and even an e-book, The $21 Challenge Survival guide, which will tell you all you need to know to feed your family on just that - $21 a week!
* Full access to the Save-O-Meter. Calculate how much money you can save by changing a few simple habits.

PLUS - we have a 365 'no questions asked' money back guarantee. You have nothing to lose - and everything to gain!

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  • ScarletRubies
    Why the chill? Is this site/membership offer no good?
  • lilpretzel
    Well I didn't vote but I did join this site and after 3 months asked for a refund.. It just wasn't for me, apart from a few budget and helpful sheets that I downloaded I found the free sites just as good or even better. :)
  • kam76
    I've only just joined myself and haven't had a chance to look around properly, but I figure with a 365 day no questions asked money back policy you can't really lose. With the buckscoop it comes down to just over $22.

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