Here you can find a collection of all of the products/services I use on a regular basis. I have everything grouped into sections. This way you can easily differentiate between different categories.
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As much as I love technology, some old fashioned stationary is great for a few things. Even though I track all my income, expenses, credit card points using spreadsheets, I like to keep a hard copy. I like Agenzio notebooks from Paperchase. I buy a new one each year and divide it into sections (eg. accounts, loyalty rewards, competition wins, exercise). Plus your old ones become an interesting read.
You might feel sometimes that you have so many credit/loyalty cards that you can't keep track. This is where a card organiser comes in real handy. I put everything in it and if I'm going shopping I just take out the cards that might be useful. It's also a good way to keep your wallet thin.
Quidco, founded in 2005, is a leading cashback rewards program with over 7 million members. I receive cashback on the vast majority of my online purchases thanks to the cashback websites. You can choose to receive the payment via PayPal, a direct bank transfer or you can boost the cashback amount if you redeem an online/in-store voucher.
Revolut is a fintech digital banking company that launched in 2015. It is completely app based, offers fee free currency exchange (at the interbank rate), a split bill feature and spend tracking. On top of all that, the app is seamless to use. I discussed the service after using it on a trip to Florida in early 2018. It allowed us to focus more on the trip and less on the money.
VoucherCodes offer discount codes, restaurant vouchers, deals and sales for thousands of online and high street stores. I would recommend downloading the app for ease. If I'm shopping or out for a meal, I check the app to see if any discounts are available. Sometimes I select a restaurant because there's an offer. But on a number of occasions I've looked and realised I'm eligible for a discount right before asking for the check.
Zeek offers the ability to buy and sell discounted gift cards. If you have any unwanted gift cards, you can sell them to Zeek at a discount to free up some cash. The service also allows you to buy these discounted gift cards from Zeek, effectively boosting your money before you make a purchase with a retailer. I talk about how I use Zeek as part of a multi-step process to maximise your discount before making any purchase.