When it comes to grocery shopping you've a lot of choice – from the aisles of Aldi to the wonders of Waitrose. Yet your choice could be costing (or saving) you hundreds. So tell us, which supermarket is your favourite?
The festive period is the highest spending period of the year for most people. So this week we want to know, including food, drink, decorations, presents, travel etc, how much do you typically spend in total on Christmas?
Going green is top of the news agenda this week, with world leaders meeting at COP26. Yet it's not always easy – or cheap – to make environmentally-friendly choices in what we buy or use. This week we want to know whether you'd be prepared to pay more to go green with these common products or services?
So who are MoneySavers? For the eighth year running, rather than data mining, we reckon the politest way to find out is just to ask. Plus we think you may like to find out a little bit more about who else uses this site (or more accurately, who uses this site and answers the polls).
Competition's fierce in the current account switch market right now – so this week, we want to know when you last switched banks.
The UK energy market is in crisis with bills rocketing. And we're hearing from many users complaining their direct debits have been hiked out of proportion to the cost price. We want to understand how you've been affected – has your energy provider increased your direct debit, and if so, by how much?
Amazon is the first port of call for many when it comes to online shopping, with one-third of you heading straight to the retail giant without comparing prices elsewhere, according to our 2020 poll. As we're entering the high-spend period in the run-up to Christmas, we want to see if that's changed – so tell us, do you compare prices when shopping online, or just head to Amazon out of habit?
Credit cards are like fire. Used right and they're a useful tool, but get it wrong and they burn. Plus, with less than 100 days 'til Christmas it's a chance to bag free points or cashback on spending you'd do anyway. So this week, we want to know if you have a credit card and if you do, how much debt – at 0% or otherwise – do you have on it?
During the pandemic we saw a decline in the use of cash, with people favouring other methods of payment, such as contactless. With the government planning to increase the contactless limit again next month – up to £100 – we want to find out how cashless our society is now, and how many still prefer using it.
Many firms' phone lines were overwhelmed during the pandemic, leading many to try different contact methods for the first time. This week, we want to know which you like best.