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Used a debit card or spent under £100 on a credit card? Try using your card's chargeback facility. Visa, Mastercard and American Express may return your money. There's no limit on how much you need to spend in order to make a claim (though on Mastercard, you must spend a minimum of £10) but you must claim within 120 days of something going wrong. But this is a customer service promise, not a legal obligation. See the Chargeback guide for how it works.
Our vouchers are a great way to save money. You simply buy them on your credit or debit card and then download instantly. Voucher numbers are always limited and available on a strictly first come, first served basis. Please be aware that some of our offers get snapped up very quickly, so we always recommend being as quick as you can to avoid disappointment!

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The first giftcard using a payments infrastructure was introduced by Neiman Marcus in late 1994,[6] though Blockbuster Entertainment was the first company to do so at a wide scale,[7] test-marketing them in 1995 and launching them around the country the next year. In the beginning, the Blockbuster giftcard replaced gift certificates that were being counterfeited with recently introduced color copiers and color printers. Blockbuster's first giftcard transactions were processed by what was then Nabanco of Sunrise, Florida. Nabanco was the developer of the first third-party platform for the processing of giftcards using existing payment infrastructure.

In 2012, over $100 billion in gift cards will be purchased in the United States, where over 20% of those gift cards will go unredeemed or unused. This has amassed a large opportunity in the secondary market, similar to the secondary ticket market in the early 2000s. Some companies have created a business in the secondary gift card market that allow consumers to sell their unused gift cards or buy discounted gift cards to their favorite brands. This has helped their users recoup their share of some $55 million per day that goes unredeemed in the United States every year, by turning their unused gift cards into cash.

It has been argued that holiday giving destroys value due to mismatching gifts.[9] The most efficient way to keep value in gifting would be to give cash; however, this is socially acceptable only within limits. Gift cards, to a degree, may overcome this problem but have certain pitfalls. Some feel that the absence of the thought of selecting a specific gift makes a gift card a worse choice than a poorly executed but individual gift.[10] New products in the gift card industry are evolving to tackle this "impersonal" pitfall of gift cards. New services launched by some service providers allows for customization and personalization of gift cards.[11]


With strict budgeting and spending cuts, we manage to pay our bills each month and we are left with approx £50 per week for a food shop/household items and 'disposable' income. It isnt easy, but manageable. We have no savings because savings were put towards the debt (which reached 30k at one point). Our families dont know the extent of the debt, they just know we arent very flush.

Check out these current high street bargains. If you do want to buy new items (which with a changing body shape can be nice – let's be honest), the Can I Breastfeed In It? group often features items on sale and cheap supermarket outfits. Current bargains include ribbed blouses from an eBay seller (£3.50 incl del), a ruffle dress from Boohoo (£13 plus £4 del) and a burgundy wrap top from Dorothy Perkins (£18 plus £4 del, limited stock). Also see the group's Hot Favourites List with anything that's perfect for nursing.


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If you're buying pricey baby equipment which you plan to sell after you've used it, forumites recommend hanging on to the boxes if you've got space. Selling items in their original boxes may help to fetch a better price, though only sell when you're sure you won't need the items again. See the eBay Selling Tricks guide for tips to help you get the best price.

*The weekly price shown is a guide only. These prices are calculated based on payments being made across 45 weeks, dividing the total cost of the product. The final week's payment may be different because of a rounding of the product price. The weekly price will be different depending on when you place your order. The price you need to pay is the total of the goods you have ordered.
In 2012, over $100 billion in gift cards will be purchased in the United States, where over 20% of those gift cards will go unredeemed or unused. This has amassed a large opportunity in the secondary market, similar to the secondary ticket market in the early 2000s. Some companies have created a business in the secondary gift card market that allow consumers to sell their unused gift cards or buy discounted gift cards to their favorite brands. This has helped their users recoup their share of some $55 million per day that goes unredeemed in the United States every year, by turning their unused gift cards into cash.
NHS Healthy Start is a government initiative, you may qualify for free vouchers every week to spend on milk, plain fresh and frozen fruit and vegetables, and infant formula milk. You can also get free vitamins. If you’re pregnant or have children under the age of four you could qualify if you’re on benefits, or if you’re pregnant and under 18. Check if you qualify here.
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