High Tax Payers Are Taking Advantage Of Discount Vouchers To Make Up For Lost Earnings

DiscountVouchers.co.uk, the top site for discounts in the UK recently reported that big money earners are saving cash by using discount vouchers. The site said that visitors were at an all time high last month with over two million shoppers logging on. Around 61% of these came from high income groups.

The data was released came just as the BBC* revealed that results of its latest research shows that 1.6 per cent of UK households are suffering a loss of income after tax deductions compared with earnings in 2008. The loss amounts to as much as£365 each year. Higher earners are being hit even harder because of lower interest, tax hikes and a loss of benefits, making them worse off by about 3.8% (£2230).

Simon Terry, director of DiscountVouchers.co.uk, says: “Money saving vouchers have always been popular with low earners but now the savvy rich earners are using them to make savings elsewhere to compensate for recent Government tax increased, rising prices and lower interest rates.”

“A huge array of retailers, from supermarkets to restaurants and travel companies are offering discounts and at a time when shoppers are losing a large portion of income right across the earning brackets, it couldn’t come at a better time.”

Massive savings from 10% to 50% and up are being offered by huge names like Marks & Spencer, House of Fraser, Tesco, Lastminute.com, Boden and Pizza Express.

DiscountVouchers.co.uk is Britain’s favourite when it comes to money saving websites, offering customers in excess of 4,000 live deals from over 800 different names each day.

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Video Security System Shopping on a Budget

SpyTown.com, a premier online retailer for all security needs prevention bring peace of mind and security to those who invest in quality video security systems, and to those who are on a modified budget. Though security and safety are things that are not to be taken lightly, SpyTown does offer clearance and closeout products for added savings for those under financial strain.

SpyTown specializes in brand new high-end security equipment for home and business use. Due to the difficult economic times many do not possess the finances to afford security equipment. Fortunately, SpyTown operates with the consumer in mind and offer a section on their website dedicated to providing clearance and closeout items. With the easy-to-use website, users can browse the variety of products that are greatly discounted to ensure the safety of their home or business.

By providing award winning products, and merchandise 100% brand new, users can invest in the security of protecting loved ones and possession while still being within budgetary confines. SpyTown offers products 50%-70% off original pricing. Thus, one does not have to sacrifice peace of mind or safety while under financial strain.

Products offered within the clearance section range from an Elmo TNC4604X Color Security Camera which features AES and AGC built-in switches, high-resolution, and Easy Back Focus Adjustments. In addition there is also a Sanyo DSR-M804H120, which features 4 video and 4 audio inputs, 30fps Real-Time Recording at all times, and 3 picture quality settings. These products are only a small sample of what SpyTown offers, and new items are constantly being added. In addition, the company offers free ground shipping for order over $500 by simple typing in the promotional code FREEGROUND during checkout.

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Debenhams Launches Its ‘Diet In A Swimsuit’

Debenhams launches its innovative new ‘Slimsuit’ which has been dubbed a ‘diet in a swimsuit’ for its ability to create the illusion of instant inch-loss.

The fashion retailer is expecting record sales of the swimsuit, following customer research revealing that 92% of women dread getting into their swimwear and 55% of those questioned said they slimmed down prior to their holidays.

As a result, Debenhams took the measurements of 5,000 British women to help create the perfect figure-sculpting shapewear swimwear.

Sasha Nagalingham, swimwear buyer at Debenhams said: “The challenge was to use data to create a suit that accentuates the good bits, and smoothes the lumpy bits without making women feel like they’re wrapped in cling-film. It’s Spanx for the beach.”

The majority of women (55%) agreed that the top body worry when stripping off for the beach to put on a swimsuit or bikini was a flabby tummy, with the need for bust support coming a close second (37%).

A staggering 98% of women identified feeling and looking ‘shapeless’ in a swimsuit as one of their top five concerns.

Sasha continued: “All of our swimsuits already contain control panels but our customers told us they expected more. This is a cheat’s tool to getting beach ready – and in less than 10 seconds.

“You cannot find this level of support and sculpting technology anywhere else on the high street.”

The ‘Slimsuit’ is constructed from two layers of fabric – the inner layer is made from a specially designed heavier gage lining fabric which does the miracle work, while the outer layer is a slinky micro fibre which gives the suit a glamorous appearance.

Combining shapewear with traditional padded swimwear, moulded bust support lifts and separates breasts in a similar way to a bra. The suit is sized by cup size as well as dress size to allow women to find the perfect fit.

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