Earn money on what you spend with KidStart
Find out helpful ways to economise and earn when you spend with KidStart
For most, the UK lockdown means a lot more time at home and time at home can often lead to thoughts of money and how you can make those little changes to help save those much-needed pennies. KidStart have some helpful tips and advice on how you can economise, get your household bills and life admin in order and earn money for your little one at the same time.
With KidStart you can earn money back for your baby or bump’s future from the online purchases you are making. Not just on your big ticket items but you can earn money back on utilities, insurance, mobile, TV and broadband. You can earn £100s that can top up your baby’s savings.
Here are some of the retailers you can save with:
1% back on your monthly bills with Octopus Energy
£25 back with Bulb
Up to £33 with EDF
Up to £40 with British Gas
Up to £432 back with LV life insurance
Up to £60 back on Direct Line home insurance
£33 back on Aviva car insurance
£45 back on Tesco pet insurance
Up to £50 back with Carphone Warehouse
Up to £60 back with O2
Up to £46 back with Three Mobile
Up to £46 back with EE
Up to £50 back with Sky
Up to £45 back with NOW TV
Up to £41 with Virgin Media
Up to £34 back with BT Broadband
Up to £30 with TalkTalk
Up to £40 back on SSE
KidStart is free and simple to sign up with, just click from KidStart to the retailer you’re buying from and make your purchase as normal, the rest is taken care of.
As a special treat Bounty mums will get a £5 thank you bonus when they join and make their first purchase with any retailer.
Compare, compare, compare
Always compare quotes and prices before committing, use a comparison site to easily help you compare prices from different companies depending on your needs.
Don’t be afraid of switching suppliers
The thought of switching suppliers can fill you with dread and feel like a lot of effort but often the best deals are for new customers. More often than not providers take care of everything for you when it comes to switching so other than agreeing to a new contract with them and potentially giving meter readings if you’re swapping energy supplier there won’t be much else you need to do (just look into any exit fees first). If you get lucky, sometimes trying to leave your current supplier will result in them matching or beating the new deal you’ve found too.
Don’t forget to cancel old direct debits
It’s surprising how many people are paying monthly subscriptions for memberships to gyms, entertainment packages and home services that they don’t use. This is an easy way of saving money by just looking through your scheduled direct debit payments and cancelling those that you don’t need anymore, you’ll be surprised how much you save!