Martin Lewis brings his money-saving tips to ITV.
New series. The personal finance guru returns with money-saving tips and tricks just in time for the festive season. The series kicks off on Black Friday with a look at not-to-be-missed deals, and the Festive Forecaster, predicting the start dates for high-street flash sales over the coming weeks. In Hertfordshire, Martin and reporter Saira Khan help a family carry out a personal stock-take of all their belongings to help raise money for Christmas, selling off old clothes, mobile phones, buggies and toys. There's also a visit to the Christmas Ideal Home Show with ideas on how to conjure up cash for the holidays.
The personal finance guru helps customers take on the energy giants, revealing that 3.5 million people are owed a collective £200million from their old suppliers, and explains how to get that money back with just one phone call. The Festive Forecaster predicts the date to look for deals and discount codes in December, and Martin shows how it's possible to buy high-street fashion abroad and take a budget flight back to the UK and still make a saving.
The personal finance guru investigates the rules surrounding train fares with help from reporter Saira Khan, and reveals a raft of perfectly legitimate tricks to save cash on festive travel, as well as season tickets in the new year. The prudent pair also continue their countdown to a cheaper Christmas with the final update of the Festive Forecaster.
Solving cash conundrums around the UK, Martin Lewis and Saira Khan set off on the first of their money roadshows. The personal finance guru meets a mother who has been secretly saving for her children all their lives, but now they are coming of age, can she trust them not to blow their windfall? Plus, tips and tricks to help cut costs going into the new year.
The personal finance guru continues his journey around the UK with Saira Khan, solving the public's cash conundrums. The duo meet consumers who are tackling their energy suppliers over poor service, explain how to fight back, and reveal the best deals.
As bills for the big spends of Christmas start to drop through letter boxes across the country, the financial journalist and his co-presenter Saira Khan explain how to maximise credit to cut the cost of existing debt to help ease New Year financial hangovers.
The personal finance guru continues his money roadshow with Saira Khan, solving the public's cash conundrums. Tonight, they tackle the awkward matter of managing family finances when a close relative loses mental capacity, and how to claim compensation from airlines for delayed flights without paying a middleman.
The personal finance expert helps viewers in Manchester decide if they should use their savings to pay off their mortgage, and in a guide to haggling techniques, he and co-presenter Saira Khan explain how a single call could save many people hundreds of pounds on the cost of broadband, home phone and breakdown cover.
The financial guru and reporter Saira Khan meet a couple with very different views on their money, and help them work together to reach the best outcome. The prudent pair also present a guide to cutting the price of holidays, from slashing the cost of booking to saving money on reaching foreign soil. Last in the series.