Are you a Canny Squirrel?

Everything is getting more and more expensive and we are getting worried!
We are going to search out the best deals available and look for ways to make and save you money every single day.
Here at Canny Squirrel we can share our ideas and make sure that we are all better off as a result. Come on in and be a Canny Squirrel today!!!

I never pay full price for anything....well that's a bit of an exaggeration, but you know what I mean.
We should always be trying to get a better deal on the things we buy and the services we use.
With Loans and Mortgages getting harder and harder to come by, unemployment on the increase and fluctuating fuel and gas prices, every penny counts!

This is the ideal place to share your thrifty tips and help everyone save and make money and become Canny Squirrels.

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Save £547.50 per year!

Just take a minute to stop and think how much you spend each year on bottled water!

Lets say that you buy 1 bottle of water each day from a motorway service station. You could easily end up paying almost £600 a year for bottled water. This doesn't include bigger bottles for the house and your water rates!

Your granny would be turning in her grave at the thought of (1) the waste of money and (2) the waste of plastic

Why not dump your bottle today and purchase a reusable water bottle. I have done a bit of research and there's a reusable bottle, complete with a built in filter available at the Guardian's online shop. Click here to check it out

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It's the simple things that make all the difference both to your pocket and to the environment. Buy a bottle now!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think many of us are brassed off with massive inflation! As to petrol, how high is enough, but I doubt too many people can afford to ditch their car, even if it gets close to £2 per litre! There are not always alternatives, unfortunately. As to bottled water, there is an economy we CAN make...

We are in the middle of a financial vortex I think, inflation, credit and housing slump. Measures taken to correct one of these (so far there has not been any) might well make the others short term worse. Are we confident we have the political masters to get us out of this? Seeing as though they helped to create the mess, I doubt it.

Good luck!