Martin Lewis shares secret trick to get online discount codes this Black Friday


MARTIN Lewis has shared a secret trick that could get online shoppers a discount this Black Friday.

The MoneySavingExpert founder asked his Twitter followers whether they’ve recently bagged a voucher using the hack.

Martin Lewis shared the tip on his Twitter account this week


Martin Lewis shared the tip on his Twitter account this week

Martin said shoppers have been able to get discount codes by filling up their online shopping baskets but not buying anything.

This prompts some retailers to offer you a chance to get a reduced price in a bid to persuade you to make a purchase.

He said: “Have you recently done the old ‘abandon goods in your online shopping basket’ trick to see if you then get sent a discount code.

“If so, did it work and at what stores?”

The replies were mixed, with some people saying it had happened to them but others saying they had only been sent a discount after making a purchase.

One Twitter user said: “Buy-it-now sellers on eBay will often give a discount shortly after saving an item in your watch list.”

Another said: “Bought curtains from Dunelm online last week.

“Forgot about them in the basket. Walked away.

“When [I] came back a good couple of hours later, 5% discount was being offered.”

“I wasn’t even aware of this until my ‘allotted screen time’ shut me down so I put the phone down,” another person added.

“A few hours later I got an email offering a discount. No tricks but this is unfair to those who buy and continue to complete the transaction. Dual pricing isn’t fair.”

Others said the same trick has worked at Amazon, Adidas and Wayfair.

It could be worth a try but it’s not guaranteed to get you a discount code.

The tip came as retailers slashed prices for Black Friday, and could help shoppers get extra money off.

If you’re shopping in the Black Friday sales, make sure you compare prices elsewhere to check you’re getting the best deal.

You should really only buy something if you were already planning on making a purchase, otherwise it’s not really a sale.

Martin also shared his Black Friday tips this morning, saying you should only buy something if you’ve checked whether it’s cheaper elsewhere.

🔵 Read our Black Friday live blog for the latest deals and updates

“If you’re skint ask yourself: Do I need it? Can I afford it? Have I checked if it is cheaper elsewhere?” he said.

“If not skint ask yourself: Will I use it? It’s it worth it? Have I checked if it is cheaper elsewhere? If the answer to any is no. DON’T BUY IT.”

We’ve rounded up the best Black Friday deals this year including DIY, tech, fashion and toy discounts.

Some retailers have “secret” Black Friday sales – we explained how you can access them.

Make sure you don’t get ripped off this year by reading up on how to bag the best deals.

Savvy mum reveals how she bagged her Christmas presents for half price with this money-saving hack


We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for The Sun Money team?

Email us at [email protected]

Read original article here

Denial of responsibility! Yours Bulletin is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – [email protected]. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.