10 Things You Can Do In Glasgow

Glasgow was once known for its bad reputation due to high crime statistics, however, the city has changed a lot and is now the second friendliest city in the UK. With almost 600,000 inhabitants, Glasgow is bigger than Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh. Although it doesn’t have a castle in the middle of the centre, it still Continue Reading →

Top European Cities to Travel to on a Budget

Thanks to a number of online resources like Skyscanner and affiliate holiday sites, you can bag a bargain abroad for cheaper than ever. It’s a worthwhile exercise to try and save a bit of money between your flights and accommodation, but the place you choose to go to will affect your budget and the amount Continue Reading →

Money-Saving Tips For 2020

We are in a new year, and it brings more opportunities for you to cut the reckless spending that might have landed you in financial dire straits over the festive period. Christmas is always an expensive time of year, and the stats show that spending on gifts and the like ends up putting as many Continue Reading →

A Rebirth of Scottish Rugby

Recently Scottish rugby has been giving their fans reason to be excited. Following a promising set of performances in the annual Autumn Internationals and Guinness Six Nations, the country is completely backing the boys in blue to perform well later this year in the World Cup – this has not always been the case, however. Continue Reading →

Women’s World Cup 2019 – Scotland to France and All the Costs In-Between

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With the FIFA Women’s World Cup starting in less than three days, players, supporters and football fans alike are at the ready to take on the heat in France this summer. The international competition has been held every four years since 1991 and this year, home to an exquisite selection of cheeses and fine red Continue Reading →

Wimbledon 2018 – Glasgow to Wimbledon: What’s the Cost?

With Wimbledon being less than a month away, spectators, tennis fans and keen members of the public will have been weighing up the cost of attending the event. For attendees of the prestigious annual competition, the experience is lavish, with a host of traditions being associated with the event. Despite there being a multitude of Continue Reading →

What’s The Best Way To Save Up For A House?

Planning to buy a house is both daunting and exciting at the same time. Daunting because it can be an uphill task saving enough money for the initial deposit; and exciting because if you can raise the deposit, you will finally get rid of the landlord. To qualify for a mortgage, you will be required Continue Reading →

Is Now the Right Time to Buy?

Property prices in London are falling, but economic uncertainty and a higher cost of living has resulted in thousands of people still feeling worried that it’s too risky to buy a house.  So when is the right time? Is it best to bite the bullet and go for it while you can, or lie low Continue Reading →

Cheap-as-chips Halloween costume ideas

Fancy dress costumes are a bit like condoms: they’re only good the first time round! Forget splurging on one-off outfits, writes Save the Student – here’s how to dress for (a lot) less. Pay less for party costumes: the golden rules Stick to a budget if you don’t want to start November hungover and It’s Continue Reading →

Can you name the 50 most expensive Old Firm transfers??

I’ve seen a good few of these ‘name the X most expensive transfers from X club’ recently, so, I’ve decided to jump on the bandwagon for two reasons: It’s unlikely anyone else will do an Old Firm quiz They’re fun Below you’ll find the clubs that these players signed from, and the fees (adjusted for Continue Reading →

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