Mum's the Word - Creative Mother's Day Shopping Tips to Save MoneyBy Pricegrabber.co.uk, PRNE
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
LONDON, March 23, 2011 - Showing Mum how special she is doesn't have to be expensive.
PriceGrabber.co.uk(R), a part of Experian, announces its list of smart
Mother's Day shopping techniques to help shoppers express their love for Mum
without emptying their bank accounts.
- Cut the cost of sweet treats - Make homemade chocolates, cupcakes or biscuits instead of buying gourmet chocolate truffles. - Comparison-shop for gifts - Comparison-shop for Mother's Day gifts like perfume, clothing, accessories and books on sites like PriceGrabber.co.uk (www.pricegrabber.co.uk/), which can help Save consumers an average of 20 percent to 30 percent. - Presentation is everything - Take the time to decorate gifts with ribbon and stylish tissue paper. Chic gift-wrap accessories can help an inexpensive gift look more luxurious. - Card creativity - Make your own Mother's Day card, or use a free e-card Website to tell Mum just how special she is. Homemade cards are more personal and are guaranteed a special place on her shelf. - Avoid restaurant lunch mayhem - Cook a special Mother's Day lunch at home, away from the crowds and inflated restaurant prices. There's no need to worry about a reservation when dining at home. - Set a price alert - PriceGrabber.co.uk allows consumers to set a price alert (tiny.cc/0fhgv) that sends them an email notification when the item drops to their desired price. This is especially helpful for big-ticket Mother's Day gifts like electronics (electronics.pricegrabber.co.uk/). - Check for coupons online - PriceGrabber's coupon category (www.pricegrabber.co.uk/home_coupons.php) helps shoppers find increased discounts on their favorite Mother's Day gifts by allowing them to search coupons by category. - Gifts from the heart, not from the purse - Tell mum how much she means with a poem or heartfelt note. Print or handwrite it on elegant paper and place it in a handsome frame so she can cherish it forever.
PriceGrabber.co.uk, a part of Experian, is a leading online shopping site
where savvy shoppers can instantly find and compare millions of unique
products and services across 20 categories with thousands of merchants.
Compare products side by side to find the right retailers at the best prices
within popular categories, such as Digital Cameras, Electronics, Computers,
Clothing, Books, TVs and more. PriceGrabber.co.uk provides shoppers with the
right product from the right merchant at the best price anytime, anywhere.
Visit us at www.pricegrabber.co.uk.
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Lisa Balliache of The PR Network, +44-07768-264132, lisa.balliache at theprnetwork.co.uk; or Sharon Banfield of PriceGrabber, +1-323-601-1223, sbanfield at pricegrabber.com
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