Some ideas for everyone!

(17 Posts)
BackforGood Mon 06-May-13 13:26:36

Have you seen this lad ?
Bit extreme maybe, but wow! What a saving!

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BackforGood Mon 06-May-13 21:51:55

No-one browsing credit crunch today then ?

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MinimalistMommi Tue 07-May-13 10:07:59

Wow! That's incredible! Maybe we should start a thread for coupons?

Does anyone use coupons like this and actually get free stuff? I can imagine money off but not completely free...

MinimalistMommi Tue 07-May-13 10:11:29

This is one of the links he talks about:

MinimalistMommi Tue 07-May-13 10:12:07

MinimalistMommi Tue 07-May-13 10:12:18

MinimalistMommi Tue 07-May-13 10:24:15

Also this link here:


InLoveWithDavidTennant Tue 07-May-13 10:34:12

wow! wish he'd come and do our shopping

i never know where to get coupons from. ive seen that american show where they go coupon mad and would love to try it. i like the idea.

Rosvita Tue 07-May-13 10:52:43

Wow amazing I have no printer though!

MinimalistMommi Tue 07-May-13 11:11:46

I have no printer either sad
I'm not convinced on how much 'healthy' food you can get via coupons though.

SingleMum84 Fri 09-Jun-17 23:43:01

Goawayquickly Tue 20-Jun-17 16:53:11

You can get lots and lots of things for free, but be warned, use a separate email address or you'll be bombarded with spam.

Via Supersavvyme I've had hundreds of pounds worth of product tests and free gifts, also certain survey sites have product tests so you might get to test a mid price facecream and get paid £15 for your thoughts on it.

Some of the women's magazines run test panels so if interested take a look.
Often there are coupons available but the product will still work out more expensive than an own label version.

Iceland is brilliant for freebies, this week you get a free pack of Magnums if you buy 2 barbecue packs. They always have promotions like this.

It takes a while to learn the ropes of how to try things and get them cheaper but after a while it becomes second nature.

Try the student money saving sites, they are an excellent source of tips and tricks - not just for students, and magicfreebies is a good one.

AdoraBell Mon 26-Jun-17 23:47:30

Place marking for those links grin

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Lifeonthecoast Thu 30-Nov-17 21:38:59

And you missed these freebies too at <a title="Cool Free Stuff" href="">Cool Free Stuff</a> and some <a title="Christmas Freebies" href="">Christmas Freebies</a> for 2017!

Lifeonthecoast Thu 30-Nov-17 21:40:17

And you missed these freebies too at and some Christmas Freebies at

ruthmiddleton Sun 27-Oct-19 13:26:54

If you want to discover a lot of freebies split into categories with almost no ads, no surveys, no strings attached, I suggest you visit

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