Slash the cost of going out

There is a number of ways to cut down the cost of going out in your local area.  Here are a few ideas:

  • look out in the local and national press for special offers on eating out, like two for one, vouchers and discounts for particular groups of people. You can also subscribe to and get weekly alerts about the latest offers
  • check out local museums, libraries, parks and wildlife centres for free activities for children and families
  • check out cinemas, leisure centres and theatres for reduced prices on certain days…our local cinema only charges (Adults and Children) £1 to see any movie on a Saturday morning
  • check out the Adult Education Centre or your local council for details of low-cost adult education classes
  • check the local and national press and your local authority website for discount schemes like local authority leisure cards
  • check to see whether you can travel more cheaply by buying a season ticket or booking tickets in advance
  • you may be able to share lifts to work – do an internet search for ‘car share scheme’ to check if there are any schemes in your area
  • compare the cost of petrol at petrol stations to make sure you’re buying the cheapest.

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