No one can have failed to read about the Google, Amazon and Apple tax situation here in the UK.
Here at Voucher Codes Pro we are really excited to learn that the popular brand Superdry is now available at House of Fraser, making it even easier to buy items from the Superdry range. They are not just stocking jackets but a whole summer range too!
The team at Voucher Codes Pro are becoming excited as it’s coming up to that time of the year again, where we will all be enjoying the summer sunshine in our back yards...hopefully! At Littlewoods, their Garden section, stock all the latest modern and contemporary designs, ensuring all gardens will maintain their unique personalities. If you’re looking to hold your own garden party, there is no better place to start looking than online at Littlewoods.
At some point in our lives we are all going to find ourselves in a social dilemma; whether at a new partner’s house for dinner, or with important work colleagues at a meal that could make or break your future career. Whatever the occasion it is always essential to look and feel confident to impress the people that you are socialising with. To ensure that you are always prepared and will never be caught at a loss for words, it can be helpful to remember some interesting, shocking and attention-grabbing facts to impress at the table.
Who can forget the joy of your childhood toys? As well as the guaranteed fun factor, toys play an important role in teaching babies and young children about the brand new world around them. The right toy can help them tune their senses, develop hand / eye co-ordination, and even assist with cognitive and physical development as they get older.
Marget Thatcher passed away this week, now this was a woman who wasn't scared of making a big decision. In my eyes, the country currently has 2 big crises. The financial defecit, and an obesity epidemic. With people piling on the pounds and getting weight related diseases from an early age, even more pressure will be put on the NHS from both a resource and a financial perspective.
As parents, we want our children to grow up happy and well-adapted to this changing world. The single most effective way to raise a happy child is to foster learning. A child who is encouraged to learn feels more confident in school, takes on greater challenges and sees the world with greater depth and meaning. There is no time like childhood to engage the mind and start a life-long habit of learning.
Travelling by Eurostar is a quick and convenient way to travel from the UK to Europe. If you’re thinking about travelling by Eurostar for the first time, our handy guide will provide you with everything you need to know about this high-speed European rail service.
You work ruddy hard to earn your money and we want to make sure you ca keep it so we have prepared a list of the top Phishing Scams to avoid. While the internet has provided us with a wealth of opportunities to increase our net worth, there is a marked downside to this information revolution. Online scams are rampant and countless individuals have already fallen victim to such trickery. Let us have a look at some of the most common to avoid.
With Easter just around the corner, these chocolate nests can be great fun for all the family to make together. With just five ingredients and a simple to follow recipe, little hands will be able to makes these delicious treats with only minimal help from the grown-ups.
With the Easter holidays just around the corner, it’s the time of year where people like to complete those little DIY projects left over from winter. There are some tools even the most novice DIY practitioners should have in their toolboxes. But you need to choose the right tools. Pick a poor quality hammer or screwdriver and it will snap after just a few uses. Quality tools come at affordable prices and last for decades before they need replacing.
Onesies burst into our lives a few years ago and it’s since become an offence not to own one (not a legal offence I might add.) It seems our lives had been missing a one piece and suddenly they were everywhere, celebs were wearing them, bloggers had it covered – basically everyone who’s anyone was after a onesie.
Month after month we continue to spend a small fortune attempting to turn back the clock and relive our twenties. Whenever we’re let loose in the cosmetic store, our eyes dart towards the latest “must have” anti-aging product - always promising to act as a time machine, rectifying our sun damage, but every morning we are met with the same crow’s feet and permanent frown in the mirror.
Hopefully you have finished the Christmas and New Year over indulgence and are ready to kick start to 2013 with some healthy eating and exercise. Getting back into shape shouldn't have to cost you the earth, so we're here with our top tips for saving money on fitness, eating well and gym memberships.
In the run up to Christmas many of us are so concerned with getting the right presents for our loved ones or planning the perfect meal for the big day that we neglect home entertainment. You probably don't think about whether that TV you've been meaning to replace for months will be up to scratch when your gran wants to watch the Queen's speech and your little niece wants to put on her new Barbie DVDs at the same time. Carnage! Well we're here to help with our top six suggestions that may be a little pricey, but will ensure you're ready to keep everyone entertained over the festive season.
It's nearly December, which means winter holiday season is well and truly upon us and it's a great time to dust down those skis, jet off around the globe and hit the slopes. Most of those embarking on a skiing holiday over the winter will mainly be concerned with getting kitted out in only the warmest and most stylish skiing clothes, but we're here to help you find the best gadgets too, to keep you warm, let you record your day and have some fun in the snow.
Christmas time, mistletoe and wine, logs on the fire and an empty wallet. That’s probably the more likely Christmas scenario. Minus the logs on the fire. A gas fire is just that much easier to light. And logs are so expensive these days. Mind you, so is gas. The festive season is a financial minefield!
Now that it’s the autumn and winter seasons, dresses have turned from skimpy summer numbers into rich, textured, luxuriously embellished master pieces. This season it’s time to explore some new styles; styles that are less about being skimpy and more about being suitable for the chill of winter. It’s not necessarily about practicality, but wintry elegance. This season I love - tweed, lavish fabrics, embellishments and GALACTICA.
Picture- a frost glazed neighbourhood. Frozen spider webs glisten and shimmer in the ice cold breeze. Your front door shuts. You’re stood on your porch in a light summer jacket that you can’t bear to part with. Despite the onset of hypothermia being a distinct possibility, last year’s winter coats are not an option. They’re ‘a bit worse for wear’ or ‘slightly outdated’ and the prospect of forking out a load of cash on a frumpy new winter coat you’ll probably be bored of in an instant doesn’t appeal to you. You’re going to cling onto summer fashion for as long as possible. Who needs fingers anyway? And what’s a nose tip but something to disrupt your vision? Frostbite might be in vogue if you’re lucky.
Never have I ever met a woman that doesn’t have a weakness for shoes. The right pair speaks volumes for an outfit. Now we’re in winter and the weather is less kind, we all definitely need a good pair of shoes to firstly keep our feet warm and secondly to keep them in good shape for the summer months. I’m talking boots. Boots might send you into a blind panic of fashion anxiety as all you can picture is a pair of Timberlands or knee high leathers but there’s no need to fret. There are plenty of styles for everyone!
Well, once again like clockwork, Christmas is upon us. Those lucky enough to have drains on their bank accounts, sorry children, will be eager to compete with fellow parents at the school gate to say they have bought their kids the best presents. With children becoming evermore tech savvy, it is no surprise that some toys are now incorporating increasing amounts of technology. However, some old school retro toys are making a most-welcomed return to 2012- with a few twists of course.
If there’s one thing we love to do as a treat to ourselves, it’s a relaxing weekend away at a spa for therapeutic massages, champagne, sumptuous food and beautiful scenery. It not only leaves you feeling totally stress free and relaxed, but it gives you a positive, happy state of mind.
Dieting. If I felt like being dramatic I’d say that it’s possibly the least fun thing to do in the world. But there are worse things. Like actual starvation. And Manchester United. But the fact of dieting is that no one enjoys it. Well not anyone that I’ve met anyway, and that’s probably because I don’t visit Broadmoor on a regular basis...anymore at least.
It's getting colder outside, so after a long day at work we all just want to get in and snuggle up in a warm and cosy house but that can mean paying a fortune in energy bills. So this winter make sure you're prepared in advance so your bills don't soar as the temperatures plummet.
Halloween is just around the corner and although we've covered how to save money on Halloween costumes already this year, we know plenty of you will be decking out your home in preparation for the spooky night, whether it's just a few fake bats around the door to scare trick or treaters or a complete overhaul that turns your run-of-the-mill house into a scary lair with blood, cobwebs and body parts.
Games consoles and video games. Fun yet costly. If you’re a young gamer you need to save up pocket money or income from a part time job to afford new releases. Either that or beg your parents. If you’re an older player you need to weigh up the pros and cons of getting it. Feed the kids or feed the imagination? It can be a tricky choice.
Winter rides rough shod over autumn with its hooves of snow and never ending rain. Time to get away. But where you say? Why not give North America a go? The beauty of the states is its sheer size. There’s definite room for contrast in a country that spans a whole continent. So whether it’s sunshine you crave or a snow draped mountain, let’s take a look at a few of the options...
October is a funny time of year. People are starting to yearn for their next holiday yet the pre-Xmas lull has yet to quite hit. We have already seen a rise in searches for LowCostHoliday Voucher Codes to be used in October 2012 presumably down to consumers starting to plan their breaks for the next year.
Now October is in full swing it won't be long until lots of little witches, ghosts and zombies come knocking at your door. That's right, it's nearly Halloween already and if you're planning on celebrating this year by taking your family trick or treating or partying in a really over the top and ghoulish ensemble, we've collected together our top ways to save money on those all important costumes.
It may still seem like light years away, but the supermarkets are putting out their advent calendars, councils are getting the lights and decorations at the ready and your office has probably already chosen a venue for the annual festivities, so let's talk about Christmas.
As much as we may all try to make good decisions and keep a better eye on our finances, it can be easy to fall back into old habits, especially when you're a bit stressed and desperate for a few spare pennies. The key to having better control of your money is to always be aware of what you're doing and never EVER bury your head in the sand. No matter how hard things get.
I don’t take enough advantage of discount codes when it comes to clothes. As my wardrobe clearly demonstrates. My standard approach is to splurge it all at once on some day long shopping spree where I inevitably spend a fortune. And get sore feet. I think it’s time to take a look at the potential there is on offer from VCP...
Buy a mansion. That’s one option. Build a mansion. That’s another. Or how about turning your Victorian terraced house into your very own mansion? At least in spirit anyway. Check out the home improvement deals available on VCP. You’ll be on MTV cribs before you know it...or possibly DIY disasters. Let me talk you through a few select ones...
Earlier in the year the media reported the interesting stats that we're no longer into calls, but we just can't get enough of sending texts to one another. If you're a big fan of texting, like the rest of the globe, you might think that you have to pay a fortune for a price plan with unlimited amounts of SMS messages included. However, there are a number of different ways that you can send texts for free from your mobile without breaking the bank.
It might be autumn but there’s still plenty of time to spruce up your garden. Just because it’s getting cold and dark outside doesn’t mean your garden disappears. And there’s no excuse for those summer slackers who turned gardening time into a barbecue. Check out some of these voucher codes from VCP and crack on with some green fingered action.
We all love a good movie, but don't spend a fortune on DVDs or cinema tickets when there are lots of ways to get better deals and watch films for less without throwing away too much of your hard earned cash or downloading anything illegal.
There are some great deals on VCP for kids. Christmas is only a matter of months away...early talk I know, but preparation is key. Check out some of the voucher code offers and you’ll have happy smiling faces and no grief. I promise. Of course, if there’s a birthday coming up between now and then it’s even better. Take a look at these top 5 voucher codes and see what you think.
Looking out of the window last night I realised that it was dark at 8 o’clock. When did that happen? Was the summer solstice that long ago? I know it’s still early September but the nights are drawing in and so is my annual bout of SAD. No more will I be gleefully running around outside, absorbing vitamin D and nearly choking on my hay fever. Now is the winter of my discontent. Or more accurately; autumn. Time to prepare for poor weather and staying indoors. If you’re anything like me then VoucherCodesPro can help.
Whether you're taking your little ones to a kid's birthday party or attending a huge bash yourself, you know that birthdays, weddings and any other kinds of celebrations can bring on a lot of stress.
Your kids might be more excited about the prospect of getting kitted out in new uniform, sports clothes, coats, bags and stationary than they were back in July at the start of the holidays, but that doesn't mean you have to spend a small fortune. Try looking out for reductions, visiting your local supermarket and even doing a little bit of negotiating about whether that coat will really be practical in gale force winds.
Olympic glory still bathes the land in a golden light. A light so bright and glowing that its luminosity touches all. And although those fingers of radiant splendour are slowly receding, they’ve left their mark. An indelible gleam lingers... on my love handles. And my moobs. Compared to some of those Olympians I’m a very shoddy specimen indeed. Michael Phelps didn’t stroll away clutching a Tesco bag full of gold medals by sitting in an office all day. Mo Farah didn’t smash the 10000m followed by the 5000m whilst watching Eastenders and Celebrity Big Brother. Nick Skelton certainly didn’t teach a horse how to dance in the pub. Well not my pub anyway. He might be over fifty, but he’s in better shape than me.
Attending a wedding at the weekend, handing over an envelope with a few token department store vouchers in made me ponder what I’d really like to have given the happy couple had I the foresight to check on VCP for inspiration. They might have asked for the vouchers citing ‘a new home’ and ‘furnishings’ but how mundane. Surely that’s down to a lack of imagination on their part? The next union I attend will be far more fortunate. Checking out the top 10 voucher codes today, I thought I’d put a few of them into wedding day perspective...
Summer is almost done and autumn rears its dastardly head. This happens every year. But it doesn’t mean the holidays are over. Far from it! There are some great last minute deals available through VoucherCodesPro. Why not check out a few of these city breaks...
Whether you’re popping over to France for a few days this summer, jetting off to the Caribbean or just taking a day trip down to Brighton, there are a few ways you can protect your mobile, save money and make sure your gadgets are fully charged up. After all, we don’t want your holiday to be ruined by a dead, soggy phone or you to come back to any nasty charges when you return to normality.
Chances are, you’re reading this at work right now. I do not believe that anyone would read this unless there was something much worse they could be doing. In fact, I’m only writing about horrible workplace motivation tactics because there are plenty of worse things to be writing about, like Turkish property law.
21st Century culture loves a bit of controversy - a lot of us simply can’t accept events as they unfold in reputable news sources like The Sun. For the more extreme of our theorists, writing in The Daily Mail might not even be trusted and hence, conspiracy theories are born. Despite the public’s mass derision of these crazy alternatives, sometimes, very occasionally, they end up being true. Below are three of the most famous cases from times gone-by.
Whatever will we do now? The end of the Olympics was officially marked yesterday with a spectacular closing ceremony. Social media has nicknamed the inevitable lag after 17 days of madness ‘Post Olympics Depression’ - POD for short. Here are three things we recommend to ease the pain.
Although the English weather is notoriously unpredictable, check out these ten hobbies to try during the summer that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.
Whether you’re taking a quick day trip into London this summer, spending a whole week in the capital or descending onto the Olympic park to watch some athletics, it’s good to have a number of apps on your phone specially designed to make sure you don’t get lost, pick out the best restaurants and find you and your family a lot of great days out while you’re visiting.
In the midst of the London 2012 Olympics, tourists are flocking to all corners of the UK to see what our country has to offer in the way of culture, history and people. They are armed with sterling, cameras and raincoats, but what can prepare them for encounters with the well-beloved British public themselves? Below are three British stereotypes that just happen to ring true.
Nowadays stores stock a range of HD TVs so large that it can intimidate first-time buyers. Check out our top three tips below to make sure you buy the best one for you.
There’s less than two weeks until the London 2012 Olympics begin and whether you’re already sick and tired of hearing about them or you’re excited about actually attending a few of the events, we imagine you’ll want to catch a glimpse of the action from home and your office, or maybe that’s wishful thinking…
Men, listen up! You need to get your wardrobe in order. For far too long you have tried to get by with just one pair of jeans, one pair of trainers and a polo shirt. Well, those times are over. Fear not though, we have produced a Top 5 Guide to the must have wardrobe essentials to get you through every social occasion.
Buying a gift for your teacher can be a frustrating and stressful affair, especially when the Telegraph has reported some teachers are being showered with gifts over £200 in value. It is so easy to get something too personal and quite difficult to find a ‘thank you’ present within a reasonable budget. Check out our ten suggestions for what to buy your teacher below.
It’s no secret that as a nation we’re all a little bit strapped for cash at the moment. But although your iPhone may seem a little frivolous right now, it could be the key to saving you a few pennies, whether you’re looking to get more from your data plan, save on travel or talk to friends abroad for free.
London is a great City, but let's face it, there is more to the UK than London, its sweaty Tube, unfriendly people and potential to get mown down by a crazed cyclist! Let us show you what else the UK has to offer!
We all use Facebook. Most of us have Twitter. Everyone’s heard of Pinterest. But none of your mates will spend Friday night ravaging these sites to stalk your ex-girlfriend’s cousin’s hot best friend of a friend. This erratic behaviour is widely classified as social media addiction. Do not panic - you are not alone. Below are 5 symptoms of social media addiction - score more than 2 and you’re only a few clicks away from a restraining order.
Britain is a nation associated with drinking tea, and lots of it. We love our cuppa and consume more tea than any other nation in the world. However, coffee has slowly been making its way into our lives. Not the watery instant type we used to call coffee, but ‘the real thing’, made from freshly ground beans and celebrated in dedicated coffee shops such as Costa coffee. So how did it all happen? Why do we love our Costa coffee so much?
Unfortunately we don’t live in a world where ‘shaking your money maker’ actually makes money for the average person. Cold, hard cash doesn’t grow on trees either. That can’t stop us hoping though, so here are 10 superhero powers that could help people save money - and even make some too!
It’s difficult for students to afford their fruit and veg while simultaneously consuming a paralysing amount of alcohol three to six nights a week. Here are 20 alternative ways to save money at university.
The idea of Russell Brand and the Dalai Lama onstage together is enough to make thousands cringe; if not for the comedian’s expletive language, then for his countless flings in contrast to the celibate monk. Yet, in the face of everyone’s doubts, the pair hit it off in front of an 11,000 strong audience in Manchester. This got me thinking about some other celebrity pairings that could, might, possibly work, if given the chance.
A business lunch can either make or break relations with a client. Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to spend £2m cementing a professional relationship in the way Warren Buffett’s lucky bidder did - but a bit of imagination can impress a business prospect more than you ever thought possible. Here are three creative ideas:
The Bank of England has unveiled a plan to shock the British economy into action with a £100 billion loan available to small businesses and homeowners. Hypothetically, this would result in an extra £30 of disposal income for the average Brit. Here are some interesting ways to spend it.
Small or big, every person’s garden deserves to look its best. There is nothing more shameful than inviting strangers into your garden, only for it to be unkempt and wild. Yes, every person likes their garden to look a different way, but follow the five basic tips below to make sure yours sees as much hot summer action as possible.
Can you remember the last party you went to? Chances are you’ve been to many parties over the years; however most of them won’t be that memorable. Everyone wants a great party, but if you're organising a celebration event it can be quite stressful to just to host it, let alone make it memorable. When you factor in average hosting costs, the pressure is on to deliver a stunning party.
The Top 10 Celebrity hang-out holiday destinations from around the globe. Ditch the penny pinching and get on it like a car bonnet!
God damn those bean-counters. They have used metrics that us mortals will never understand to once again, technically, plunge us back into recession.
Let's be clear, when we say vouchers are a cheap way to entertain the kids during holiday, we don't mean making them hunt for them. No, instead we know that we always have vouchers and discounts for days out and events that will keep the kids entertained.
Us blokes have never had it so good when it comes to dating! So a city analyst has got in trouble for collating all of his dating information, date feedback and opinions on an excel spreadsheet. Some say this is taking being organised to new, shocking levels.
Brands that use voucher and discount codes are a savvy bunch and whilst they want you to save money, they keep us all on our toes in terms of the latest deals and offers. This blog explains how you can get the most from the site by regularly checking back.
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