MoneySavingExpert guru shares tip to help Brits get most out of shopping online

Brits are struggling with the cost of living crisis at the moment.

But even though cash is tight at the moment, there are many tips to help save money.

Martin Lewis' website MoneySavingExpert is handy for tips, whether it's for car insurance, holidays or household bills.

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Now one of his experts has given his top tip when it comes to getting the most out of your online shop.

Posting on the website, Steve Nowottny claimed it's vital you "get more to pay less" when ordering from retailers like Amazon.

If you fall outside the free delivery zone, then it's better to buy another item so you don't essentially have to pay more.

Steve said: "Always check what you need to spend to get free delivery.

"And if you're just below it, it can be cheaper to add an extra item than pay for delivery.

"For example, we found a £49 John Lewis bag, delivery £3.50, but added a £1 Sellotape to be over the £50 free delivery threshold."

Steve claimed other online retailers would be the same, like Matalan has a £50 free delivery threshold.

While it might sound like you're just going to end up buying more than you need, it's handy saving on delivery costs.

In other money-saving news, Martin warned mobile companies could rinse you with surprise charges this month.

Vodafone, Three, Sky, EE and Voxi have all introduced a £2 per day roaming charge.

The financial guru warned customers to keep an eye on these charges in case they're not aware.

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