Prime day tips, energy forecast, CoL payment due

As mega-retailer Amazon kicks off its Prime Day event today, we highlight some of the current deals available as well as the top tips to make sure you can make genuine savings and avoid overspending. We’ve also got the lowdown on the latest eye-watering October energy price cap predictions and what this means for your bills.

How to get the best deals on Amazon Prime Day, including setting up alerts and checking price histories
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Amazon Prime Day’s 48-hour sale begins today, with thousands of products discounted. But it’s all too easy to get caught up in the idea of reduced prices and spend unnecessarily. Good To highlights the prudent ways to get a genuine deal.
Good To’s savvy Prime Day tips

The latest October energy price cap predictions are in and it looks like a tough winter ahead
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As the volatility of the energy market continues, analysts have updated their predictions of how much the energy price cap could go up in October and, sadly, it’s not good news. The Money Edit explains what this means for your bills.
The Money Edit analyses the price cap predictions

Well, maybe it hasn’t. But this is just the sort of tracking that Snoop can do on your bills 24/7. It’s a free money-saving app that keeps an eye on your spending, making sure you’re never paying more than you should. And if you are, Snoop can find you a better deal to switch to. Download Snoop


Experts at TechRadar round up the best Prime Day deals - from TVs and laptops to Amazon devices
If you’re looking to update old tech, then it’s worth seeing if you could get it for less in the Prime Day sale. Our friends at TechRadar have scoured the mega-retailer’s site and highlighted the deals you need to know about.
TechRadar’s hand-picked Prime Day deals

I write about mattress deals for a living, and these are the best ones to shop in the Prime Day sales
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T3’s Outdoor and Wellness Editor Ruth Hamilton has not only reviewed more mattresses than her small flat can handle, but also monitors mattress prices year-round. So if anyone can spot a good mattress deal (including 45% off the Simba Hybrid Original mattress) – it’s Ruth.
Check out Ruth’s pick of the best Prime Day mattress deals

Save £30 on the Ring Video Doorbell, was £89, now £59.99
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A video doorbell can not only be super convenient, but can also provide an added layer of security to your home. This Amazon Prime Day, you can save 33% on the Ring Video Doorbell.
Check out Real Homes’ Ring deal round up
Snoop shows where your money goes
Want to get on top of your finances? Snoop is a free budgeting app that helps you track every penny. See all your spending in one place, sorted by category. Find better deals on your bills. And get personalised money-saving suggestions based on where you spend. Download Snoop

Use this hack to help you save money on Amazon Prime Day
There are sizable discounts to be had in the Prime Day sale, but this little known hack could help you save even more. T3 explains how to bag these additional savings.
T3’s Prime Day hack

Asda launches new Kids Eat for £1 initiative to help families through the summer holidays
With school summer holidays just around the corner, we know how expensive the next few weeks may get. To help ease the pressure, Asda is launching a new limited-time deal.
Check out Good To’s round up of the new Kids Eat for £1 offer.

First instalment of cost of living payment for low income households will be made from this week - are you eligible?
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More than eight million low-income households will see some relief when the first instalment of the £650 cost of living payment is made from 14 July. Find out if you are eligible and how much you will receive with this updated guide from The Money Edit.
The Money Edit’s cost of living payment explainer


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