Top 5 Discount Websites
Before you book any weekend away, city break or day out, explore Groupon. Groupon provides users with discounted prices for ‘local deals, goods and getaways’. The range and variety of deals available on Groupon is endless, from dinners for two at hotels, weekend city trips to London and other European cities to spa days, jewellery and sports matches. With Christmas on the horizon, make sure you check Groupon for the best value Christmas presents.
2. Student Beans
Designed specifically for students, Student Beans provides discounts on both things to do and things to buy. Currently providing links for deals such as ‘80% off at Topshop’ and ‘buy 2 get 1 free tea’ at Starbucks, Student Beans has everything students want.
3. My Voucher Codes
Dubbed UK’s #1 online destination for free vouchers, deals and sales, My Voucher codes combines all manner of discounts in one place. It covers all bases, compiled into categories such as fashion, food and drink and travel, and themed under ‘deal’, ‘voucher’ or ‘sale’, making the website clear and incredibly simple to use. Want 45% of everything at The Body Shop? Head to My Voucher Codes now!
4. Approved Food
With the tag line ‘the biggest online seller of close to, and past, best before date food and drink’, Approved Foods exploits shop’s inability to shelve food and drink that despite being edible, has gone past the sell by date. Deals including Levi Roots Reggae Reggae Wrap Kits for £0.99 (down from £3.29) and Pataks packs of 2 Plain Naan Breads for £0.49 (down from £1.69), Approved Foods is not to be missed when trying to reduce your food costs.
Also designed specifically for students, UniDays is a website whose regular emails you will welcome rather than roll your eyes at. They offered a 20% off at ASOS voucher code at the end of last week and are currently promoting the same offer at boohoo.com. Although providing primarily fashion based offers, UniDays covers most student needs including discounts on protein products and music downloads.