Follow these tips to save back some of the £151 lost by workers on a Leap Year — plus book your Hols From £9.50 – The Sun

TOMORROW is Leap Day . . .  but most workers won’t be jumping for joy.

Those on a full-time salary lose out by £151, on average, grafting an extra day for the same pay.

Undo some of the damage by taking full advantage of those extra 24 hours to save more . . .

SUPERMARKET SAVINGS: We all have our favourite supermarket but what are you getting from your loyalty? If you haven’t signed up for a loyalty card, spend a few minutes today becoming a member. For example, with Tesco Clubcard you earn a point for every pound you spend, adding up to vouchers you can spend. Or double them up and put them towards vouchers for partners including Italian restuarant chain Prezzo. There, every 50p you have in Clubcard vouchers is worth a tasty £1.50.

BANK IT: Controlling your spending is easier with a Monzo account. Use it to establish monthly budgets and set up saving pots. You can also round up purchases up to the nearest pound, with the extra cash going into your savings pot. Sign up today and see how much you can save.

KER-CHING!: I love cashback sites such as and, I have saved so much money simply by signing up and buying the things I normally would through them. For example, Topcashback members can earn up to ten per cent cashback on Boots purchases. Just shop via

SAVVY SAVERS: Don’t forget to sign up to Sun Savers too. By collecting the special codes in your favourite newspaper, you can collect free fivers, enjoy great days out and hunt for exclusive prizes. All you need is 28 codes and to get your first fiver. Easy as that.

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Deal of the day

POPPING the big question tomorrow? Or just fancy some bubbles? Asda has Mumm Champagne Brut for £22 a bottle, down from £33. Perfect the occasion.

SAVE: £11

Cheap treat

BUY Diet Coke at Tesco before Tuesday and you can grab 24 cans for £6.50, down from £8.

SAVE: £1.50

My Sun Savers fiver

CHRISTOPHER SMITH of Larkhall, South Lanarks, says: “I’m putting mine towards a Playstation 5 when it comes out later this year.”

  • Send us your Savers fiver stories at and you will get 28 codes worth £5 if it is used. Please include your name/town.

Top swap

I LOVE Marc Jacobs Daisy eau de toilette, £78.50 (100ml) from John Lewis. So I was pleased to find 100ml of Lacura Floral eau de parfum for £4.99 at Aldi. Similar smell for a lot less.

SAVE: £73.51

Reader's saving tip

LIZA SMITH, from Storrington in West Sussex, says: “To keep an orchid thriving, give it an ice cube every couple of days and allow access to morning light.”

  • Share suggestions at and you will get 28 codes, worth £5, if yours is used here. Please include your name and town.

Shop and save

YOU can get 16 rolls of Andrex Supreme Quilts toilet tissue for £7, down from £9.25, at Sainsbury’s.

SAVE: £2.25

Hols for £9.50

IF you are looking for a bargain break for all the family do not miss out on our Hols From £9.50.

Our fantastic getaways have been running for 30 years and during that time 55million people have taken one of our breaks.

This year you can choose from 245 parks in the UK and Europe and enjoy either a three-night weekend getaway, or a four-day midweek break.

To book yours, simply collect SEVEN tokens or codewords. Or collect SEVEN Sun Savers codes from those printed daily in the paper until March 7. Today’s is on Page 24.

For those collecting tokens, use the booking form in last Saturday’s pullout. If you are collecting codewords, enter them at to book.

Or Sun Savers codes, simply download the Sun Savers app or see and click “Start Collecting” on the “Hols From £9.50” page found in the “Offers” section.

Enter or scan your Sun Savers codes to unlock booking. Book with Sun Savers and you can pay or part-pay for the holiday using cash in the Sun Savers wallet.

  • Terms & Conditions: Price per person based on four sharing. Multiple token/code collect. Subject to availability. Terms and conditions and date restrictions apply. For full T&Cs see

Play now to win £50,000 on the Sun Savers Raffle

JOIN thousands of readers taking part in the new Sun Savers Raffle.

Every Sun Savers code you enter will earn you a ticket for our £50k monthly Raffle.

And for every ten tickets you collect in a calendar month, you get a GOLDEN TICKET for our £80k Raffle, which takes place every three months.

There is no limit to how many tickets you can collect.

So the more you enter, the better your chances.

To take part go to or open the Sun Savers app.

Then opt in to each month’s Raffle by clicking “Yes!” when prompted and start collecting the Sun Savers codes printed daily in the paper.

Every time you scan or enter a code into Sun Savers, you get a Raffle ticket in the £50k Raffle.

Not yet a Sun Savers member? Just go to or find “Sun Savers” in the app store to get started.

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Fancy a free fiver?

YOU can get FREE cash with super Sun Savers just for buying your favourite paper.

Our brilliant new rewards club will pay back our most loyal readers.

Just pick up the paper each day to collect your Sun Savers codes and we will GIVE YOU £5 when you have ­collected 28.

This isn’t a one-off and there is no limit to how much cash you can save.

For every 28 codes you enter, we will give you a fiver.

So over the course of a year, that could add up to £65.

We are keeping it super-simple.

You don’t have to enter codes from consecutive days, so don’t worry if you forget a day or two.

Download our easy Sun Savers app and quickly scan your code using your smartphone.

Or go online and enter your code at

To get you on your way, join today and we will put a bonus £1 in your Sun Savers wallet tomorrow.

And the good news doesn’t stop with free cash.

With Sun Savers, we give you the best hacks, deals and tips to save money every single day.

TO JOIN: Don’t worry, folks — joining takes just 30 seconds, in three steps.

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