The Michael Jackson ticket saga took another twist today when concert promoter AEG said that ticketholders could either choose to have a refund or still receive their tickets, which they say could become collectors items.
I recently received an email about a new balance transfer deal on an MBNA credit card – normally I’d delete it without hesitation, but as this was a 13-month 0% deal, I thought I’d check it out in more detail.
This week has seen the launch of Vanguard, a US fund manager, into the U.K. market, with the hope that it could lead to lower charges on investment funds. But there’s a problem…
There’s an interesting question over at the Guardian, where a reader ponders the ethics of taking donations from outside a charity shop.
If, like me, you’ve convinced yourself you need the new iPhone a.s.a.p., then you’ll probably be searching for the cheapest way to get one. Here’s a couple of tips to help you get up to £70 off your iPhone.
Earlier in the week we linked to a list of cheap music festivals for your enjoyment over the summer, and there are some more ideas for having a cheap weekend of entertainment over at Lovemoney, most of which are actually free.
In the past week I’ve noticed a couple of houses locally with homemade for sale boards outside, which got me wondering whether more people are deciding to sell their houses without employing the services of an estate agent?
Money Central recently posted details of the top ten bargain music festivals that are going on around the country this summer (starting this weekend).
The West Brom Building Society was in danger of becoming the latest government-owned failure following its recent £50 million loss. But at the last minute the society managed to come to some sort of deal with its debt-holders which will mean it can carry on regardless – there should be no changes for customers or staff.
There were some rumblings about the stability of West Bromwich Building Society a few weeks ago, and despite a period of no news, it looks like they may well be in trouble, with the BBC’s Robert Peston suggesting they are to be bailed out in the very near future.