New site statistics from the UK's leading discount site have revealed that Britons are trying their hand at DIY, as on-site searches for DIY retailers have overtaken made those for homeware retailers throughout the month of January; when compared to the previous month. Homebase and B&Q topped the list of the most searched-for DIY retailers.
Top deals from MyVoucherCodes.co.uk, including offers for Tesco, Littlewoods, Joules, The Book People and London Zoo.
This week's bargains and discounts include 20% off at Debenhams, £10 off at Evans, an extra 20% off in the Dorothy Perkins and FCUK sale, 40% off everything at The Body Shop and £20 off season 1 of Homeland!
MyVoucherCodes.co.uk is cited as a great site to visit for holiday and travel discount codes and deals.
Most Facebook users do not want to use Facebook's new search function because of "privacy" worries, according to a survey.
The results of a flash poll, conducted by www.myvouchercodes.co.uk, found that 67 per cent of respondents thought Facebook's new Graph Search tool was a bad idea, while 28 per cent said that they liked the idea of the new function.
New research by MyVoucherCodes.co.uk has revealed that ‘debt’ and ‘poor financial planning’ are amongst the top turn-offs for Britons choosing a potential partner - and ‘debt’ has been ranked above ‘unattractiveness’ and ‘poor sense of humour’.
A survey of more than 2,000 British females by MyVoucherCodes.co.uk has created the ‘perfect guy’ out of a number of male celebrities
Research from the UK’s leading discount website into the financial struggles often associated with the month of January has revealed that a tenth of British parents have already dipped into their children’s Christmas money, given to their youngsters as gifts, to make ends meet. The majority of these took the money before the child realised they had it.
Although for many consumers, the January sales conjure up images of bustling high streets, as a smaller retailer you may also have considered slashing your prices in line with convention and making the most of the influx of customers who could be visiting your store. Mark Pearson, chairman and founder of MyVoucherCodes.co.uk, takes part in an expert panel.
MyVoucherCodes.co.uk gets a mention in a piece on financial tips to survive 2013.
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Research by the UK’s leading discount website MyVoucherCodes.co.uk revealed that two fifths of women in relationships where both parts of the couple are in full time employment earn more than their partner. Furthermore, the majority of those women that said they earned more money than their partner admitted their partner ‘didn’t like it’.
MyVoucherCodes has provided a glimpse into what Apple's much rumoured and talked about television set, or Apple TV, might look like and work.
The site has teamed up with an unnamed patent expert to come up with some concept images of how Apple's TV, possibly iTV, might look like including the device itself and extras like the remote control. There's also insight and speculation as to how the Apple TV will be operated, revolving mainly around the voice recognition software, Siri.
A great discount for London Zoo tickets from MyVoucherCodes.co.uk gets mentioned in a summary of the week's best deals.
Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis mentions a MyVoucherCodes.co.uk offer in his Valentine's discount roundup.
A round-up of the best money saving and discount code websites for students to keep an eye on in order to live frugally.
New research from the UK’s leading discount website MyVoucherCodes.co.uk revealed that the average Little Black Dress (LBD) has an 11 year life span, with the average British woman claiming to have worn their favourite LBD more than 140 times.
Research by the UK’s largest discount website MyVoucherCodes.co.uk revealed that parents are increasing the amount that they charge in rent to their adult children still living at home; with an average rise of around 25% since the same time last year. ‘Increased living costs’ is the top reason for parents putting their prices up, with ‘preparing children for leaving home’ another popular answer.