How can enjoystevie help you during the cost-of-living crisis?
By this point, I’m sure we are all aware of the impending doom looming over us known as the ‘cost-of-living crisis.’ But what does that even mean?
According to Instituteforgovernment, the ‘cost of living crisis “refers to the fall in ‘real’ disposable incomes (that is, adjusted for inflation and after taxes and benefits) that the UK has experienced since late 2021.” (www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk)
Basically, the inflation and recent tax increases have impacted our lives so greatly, we have now reached a crisis level. Some people are even having to choose between heating their houses and feeding their families.
Now whilst this may not seem like a great time to be spending money on an enjoystevie membership, I’m here to explain to you why now is the best time!
For a start, it’s only £20 per year for a full year’s membership, plus you can add another user to your account, so you and a friend could share a membership for £10 each a year! Also, did you know you get a free £10 Turtle Bay gift card when you sign up, with no minimum spend?
During this cost-of-living crisis, enjoystevie can help you by making eating out more affordable; not only do we have food and drink discounts in restaurants nationwide, but we also have exclusive delivery discounts available from the comfort of your own home! Please see below for some examples of enjoystevie's amazing offers;
👉 Food And Drink
- Turtle Bay - £10 gift card.
- Meal Deals – exclusive discounts on eating out through Red Letter days and buyagift.
- Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery – A pizza and cocktail for £12.
- Deliveries – discounts delivered to your door such as 50% off at Pizza Hut when you spend £30 or more, discounts on Domino's Pizza, exclusives from Hello Fresh and even plant-based meals!
- Snacks – 35% off on all orders from delicious Vegan Candy plus many more brands to choose from.
But we’re in a cost-of-living crisis, I don’t have money to go out to dinner, I hear you cry. Okay, let’s explore some of the more practical ways enjoystevie can support you during this…
- 30% off boiler insurance from 24|7 Home Rescue.
- 55% off at Simba Sleep.
- 25% off Sky packages.
- 15% off all device repairs at iSmash.
- Money off AO home appliances.
- Money off car rental with Europcar.
- Money off JustPark at millions of UK spaces.
Insurance – mobile phone, car or home cover with Confused, and even car Breakdown cover from the AA.
🎉 This is how you can save but this is where you can spend, keep an eye out for cashback savings that are constantly available in-app. 🥳
- £50 gift-back from booking a holiday with Loveholidays.
- Save up to 40% off our list of cinema brands.
The list goes, on and the good news is, enjoystevie is always adding new discounts from great brands, which of course will only make your membership more valuable. 🎉🎉🎉
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decent read, I actually like enjoystevie
This is a shit time and I have no money so if you can give me some that would be great! messing its good to see you are starting to get such a variety of offers.
Good read Paige x
My membership cost me only £10 not £20 for two people. You took the money out of my account which I didn’t want the second year running but thinking it does make sense. We need to get things cheaper. The government isn’t doing its best, but stevie is hahaha
Paige if you could get anything energy related that would be a game changer.
It’s good to see you are writing about stuff that has an impact at the moment god know how things will decline hopefully you can keep adding cheap stuff Haven’t got a membership but get the emails still
Enjoy Stevie the platform still works for me but I would have liked to see more food options instead of practicality as mentioned but no doubt it’s a good platform.