Apparently, 4o% of the global consumer base have now purchased products or services online, and this equates to a cumulative total of more than one billion virtual shoppers. Not only is this medium increasingly popular and accessible, however, but it also offers multiple opportunities for customers to save their hard-earned money. This should not come as a surprise, especially when you consider that online brands and service providers are forced to compete aggressively in a challenging and congested marketplace.

When you consider neutral service providers such as Compare the Market and O2, it stands to reason that there should be some excellent third party offers and discounts on the market. Take the recent phenomenon of Meerket Tuesdays’ for example, which entitles customers to purchase two cinema tickets for the price of one when they purchase them through the website. The O2 Priority Moments app serves a similar purpose and offers a wide range of third party savings on brands, services and specific products. By registering with viable third parties and being made aware of real-time offers, it is easy to access the best deals and save huge amounts of money.

Whether you are a gamer or a gambler, you are far more likely to operate online than through traditional platforms in 2015. The truth is that you should play exclusively online, however, as virtual brands and mobile hosts are renowned for being cheaper to access and offering more substantial rewards. This is especially true with online gambling, as established and secure brands operate according to a freemium business model and require no costly subscription fees. Bingo sites offer for an example offer lucrative and highly innovative promotional offers to players such as bonus codes. The best deals are usually offered to new registrants, however, so look out for which bingo sites pay out the most and compare providers where possible.

Every web browser is different, but all of them are equipped with unique and purposeful extensions that can help you to save money. Many of these are focused on real-time price comparison across multiple markets, with popular outlets such as PriceBlink currently leading the sector. The Camelizer (which can be added to Chrome and Firefox) is slightly more unique but just as purposeful, as it enables users to track the price history of brands and products across a fixed period of time. This may give you an insight into the underlying of the value of the product, while it will also highlight trends that indicate when the price of a specific product is likely to fall once again.


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