I love shopping online as much as on the high street, and I think you’ll agree, you can pick up a bargain in both if you search hard enough. But sometimes it’s easier to let someone else do the work for you - I’m not talking personal shoppers here, I’m talking discount sites, of course! But where to begin? There are so many voucher codes out there, so how do you know you’re getting the best one for your chosen shop? Well, I’ve found one that might just be the perfect place to start…
My Favourite Voucher Codes is slightly different from all the other special offer sites, and not just in terms of great savings. One of the best things about them is that they give a percentage of their profits to charity, and you get a say in who is the lucky recipient! They give you a choice of three at the start of each month and you cast your vote - this month you can choose from the Internet Watch Foundation, Kidscape and the Child Poverty Action Group. And if there’s a great cause that you think might benefit, you can let them know.
But what about the savings? Or more specifically, what about the clothes savings? Well, we all have our high street favourites and many are present and correct right here, from Miss Selfridge to Karen Millen. But they’ve also got a great selection of deals from online retailers too, and my pick of the bunch is this Oh My Love voucher code that saves you £10 when you spend £40 or more.
I don’t know about you, but one of my most common online errors is forgetting about the discounts - I get a bit over-excited when something catches my eye and then shop like there’s no tomorrow. It’s only after the event that I remember about the possible promo codes that I should have looked for first. Well, My Favourite Voucher Codes has solved this problem - you can download their money saving app with your Chrome or Firefox browser and then just click on their icon just before you buy. A current list of offers for that site will pop up and hopefully get you a discount on your clothes!
So, an easy way of saving money as well as doing some good for others - does shopping get more feel good? I think not.
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