the way with its customers in mind, SmartBuyGlasses UK has just unveiled its
deals lineup for the Black Friday 2019. The list includes several all-time
favourites as well as huge discounts on up-and-coming eyewear brands, giving
them the chance to save BIG when purchasing designer eyewear.
promotion is available on all eyewear site-wide, all shapes, sizes and
materials, giving customers a huge collection to choose from.
valid from Black Friday through Cyber Monday:
Up to 70% off
on selected designer eyewear
12% off site-wide on all eyewear products (contact lenses not included) with
the code: BF12OFFC
Get 40% off
on your prescription lenses with the code: BF40OFFC
Cyber Week these offers will be valid:
50% off on Blue Block Lenses, Polarized Lenses
and Mirrored Lenses with the following codes: BLUEBLOCK50C, POLARIZED50C and MIRRORED50C
20% off on prescription lenses from Arise HD
Summit with the code: ARISEHD20C
20% off on progressive lenses with the code: PROGRESSIVE20C
10% off on all ski goggles with the code: SKIGOGGLES10C
will start on the 29th of November 2019 and end on the 6th of December 2019.
About SmartBuyGlasses: SmartBuyGlasses, part of the SmartBuyGlasses Optical Group, is one of the world’s largest online eyewear retailers. With over 10 years of expertise, and operations in over 40 countries, they offer a catalogue of 80,000+ products from over 180 brands of eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses.
It’s been over 3 months since my last post and I won’t lie; I 100% lost my love for blogging hence the silence. In that time, I’ve been on holiday to Kos, started an incredible job that means I have a better home life balance and found my mojo again when it comes to writing. Gone are the days of me writing about skincare (not completely but for now I don’t have the passion for it) and hello, money saving, money making and general lifestyle.
Whilst on holiday I did a poll asking if anyone wanted me to share my favourite cashback or money making apps and the answer was a unanimous yes (good news because I was going to write one anyway). So here it is people and let me know in the comments if you think I’ve missed any other good apps out.
I’ve been using this app for a while and the basics of the app is a way to get freebie products or money off products making them cheaper. It’s a really simple app to use and the steps to claim your cashback goes as follows:
Select which products you want to buy, check which store they can be found in and purchase.
Scan the barcodes of the products and scan the receipt into the app itself by selecting the piggy bank icon.
Once confirmed the money will be sent to your paypal account which you will have linked up when setting up your profile.
Really easy steps and I’ve had money as quickly as 48 hours later before back in my account.
If you want to use this app yourself and have a go at getting some freebies then you can use my referral code t5j4z which will get you a free tub of Nutella to claim once signed up.
This is an app I discovered that you can earn vouchers from by uploading pictures of your receipts. I have been using this app since I went back to work in September and have already cashed out a £5 voucher and have earnt enough points for a £10 voucher already. I’m working towards a £20 voucher instead so I haven’t cashed anything out yet.
This is a survey app that pops up randomly with questions for you to answer. Once you hit 50 questions answered you get a £2.50 reward and then when you hit 100 questions you get a £7.50 bonus. Minimum payout threshold is £5 but since downloading it a couple of months ago I have cashed out £20 already.
This works exactly the same as Shoppix so I generally bulk upload receipts to the 2 apps but you have to upload them within a 7 day period of the transaction. The rewards aren’t as high as Shoppix so this has taken longer to build up balance wise but I’m working towards a £10 voucher on this one.
Clicksnap from Quidco
This is a fab app for cashback on grocery purchases and has given me a chance to try foods/drinks that I wouldn’t normally have purchased by swapping them for my usual ones. The benefit to this app is the payout is very fast, usually within a couple of days as it goes through your Quidco account for payout. I have used this one and CheckoutSmart (another app with the same concept) however CheckoutSmart has a minimum payout threshold of £20 otherwise there is a 5% fee. ClickSnap does not incur a fee.
This is another cashback app for groceries and has offers across Tesco, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s. Like the other shopping apps, you select your purchases then take a photo of your receipt to claim your cashback. This is a fantastic app for everyday grocery offers and does give cashback on Method cleaning products which is a big thing as we all know with the cleaning world right now.
So that’s it really in terms of my most used cashback or money saving apps. I’m planning another post regarding my best online money making sites which will come in the next couple of weeks but as I said at the start of my post; feel free to leave me any comments with apps I might be missing out on.
I spoke on my previous post about sharing my money-saving tips and since becoming a parent, I’ve become even stricter with how I spend money. One of the areas we’ve tried to be strict on as a whole is how much we spend on Freya’s wardrobe. I absolutely love a bargain so thought I’d share how we’ve filled Freya’s next stage wardrobe which is 12-18 months.
Naturally the first thing I do when planning Freya’s wardrobe is write out a list of what we need for her usually looking along the lines of:
+ other things that I’ve spotted or forgotten about.