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Earn easy Amazon Giftcards with JobSpotter

Whenever I used to hear people talk about JobSpotter I couldn’t give a dam, I didn’t care and I wanted them to stop talking. Months afterwards I kick myself for ever thinking that way and hate that I could have been throwing away hundreds of pounds in Amazon vouchers for a few minutes of my time here and there! I think it was mainly due to the fact that I had no idea what JobSpotter was and I never bothered to learn. I’m here to make sure that doesn’t happen with you as well in this easy to follow post I’m about to write! JobSpotter? Well to put it frankly, it’s an app. I used to think that it was only available to people on a certain network but that doesn’t seem to be the case. It’s totally free to download and you don’t need to worry about losing any…

Donating to charity when you shop with Amazon Smile!

Have you ever wanted to donate to charity but never had the spare money to do so? Don’t worry, ever time you shop with Amazon Smile you’re going to be donating. Well not you but Amazon. Amazon will now donate 0.5% of your sale to a charity you’ve selected. Of course it doesn’t sound like a lot but imagine if every person in the UK was to hear about this and use it. The money that could be raised! Which is why I plead you to keep reading! Amazon Smile is something I’ve only just heard about but I love. You need to make sure you go thought the right link, not the normal Amazon link or you won’t be donating to charity like we’d like. https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ is where you need to go in order to purchase and donate. Here’s a list of the charities that you can pick from,…

The pens students NEED from Platignum!

So I’ll just cut to the chase, I hate getting pen all over my hands and arms. It makes me look like a total tramp and it’s not exactly attractive is it? As a student I’m forever writing notes in class to never look at again and am forever looking for a pen in my bag. I have to point out though that although you can grab free pens around campus, most of the time they suck. They last a couple of weeks, they never smudge and the fact that they take forever to dry means my arms look newspapers after a lecture. I recently however came across a pen I fell in love with, if like me you’re a bit of a stationery buff you’re going to love this! Platignum make the best pens ever, so I got in touch and asked if they could send me some for…

What is Amazon digital credit and how to obtain it.

Amazon digital credit is amazing, if you have no idea what it is make sure you read this post carefully. If you are like me and love watching films or listening to music you will want to harness the power that is Amazon digital credit and do it fast. I’m going to start with how you can actually obtain the digital credit, otherwise it would be pointless to know what it does but not actually have any of it! Where to get Amazon digital credit… So the way in which you can get Amazon digital credit, if you have read my post on how Amazon literally saves me thousands a year you will already know one. I’ll recap for those who haven’t. If you have Amazon prime you are able to opt for next day delivery, that’s great although you can also opt for 3-5 days delivery. By opting for…

The simple way of checking your Amazon digital credit.

Amazon used to have a simple link that would allow you to find out how much credit you had on your digital Amazon account. If you have stumbled upon this post with no idea what digital credit is I would suggest you check out my what is Amazon digital credit post. In short digital credit helps you buy films and music. That being said it would be helpful if you could actually see how much digital credit you had. Imagine not knowing, you want a film that’s £8.99 but you only have £4 credit. You will be spending money without even realising it, until it’s too late! That could be a serious amount of money you could lose over the course of a month, maybe that’s why Amazon decided to make it next to impossible to find out your digital credit amount. Have no fear! I am here to tell…