This site has saved my bacon a few times. They have always delivered bang on target. If you put a lump sum into your account you get a discount. Lots of cards to choose from for every occasion. Takes all the hassle out of standing in Clintons trying to find just the right card.
I use train line for all my rail tickets. It's not complicated and being able to collect from your station of departure takes all the sweat out of worrying if they will turn up on time. They always have done but if you want them in a hurry without having to queue, way to go. Even better they have all the cheapest tickets, you just need to make sure you book as far ahead as you can.
What's not too like here? I love the place, it's a right little gold mine for all sorts of things, you name it, they have it, for ....... yep, £1! Despite what you might think they do sell branded goods, my latest bargain, 4 Duracell hp7 batteries for £1. You will find that some of the cheap branded items aren't the same size as you would get in say Tesco but they are still cheaper, like Toblerone.
Whenever I need a component for computing or similar, my first thought is always to check if Maplins have it. They nearly always do and while you're there you are also likely to find one of their special offers. I got a really useful light studio at way less than I expected to pay. The downside is that some of their generic leads and cables can be cheaper in supermarkets. I paid £17.99 for an Apple type connector and then found 3 for £10 in Asda, was a bit cheesed!
I have flown Easyjet a few times now and found them better than I expected. Their staff on board are friendly and they are just as efficient as some of the bigger names. The food is awful though, rubbery, greasy pizzas and micro chips. Take your own if you are at all fussy. Coffee is ok. If you aren't going too far then save some spending money and take Easyjet.
I have used them and found their service to be really good. They send regular emails about the products with some great discounts. Occasionally they send emails about not so interesting stuff but on the whole I can recommend them.
MSE always comes up trumps when I have a problem. Either Martin has a section that deals with it or the forum users have been there, done that and lived to tell the tale. There is a wealth of experience and they are all willing to help. If you have any sort of problem, try there first.
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