Tag Archives: MoneySupermarket

“Having children is expensive!” says price comparison website

The pink tax strikes again! Girls cost £30,000 MORE to raise than boys – and experts say it’s all down to clothes and makeup

They say little girls are made of sugar and spice but it seems they are also made of money – and lots of it.

It has emerged that girls cost a staggering £30,000 – more than the average UK annual salary – to raise than boys.

Experts found the cost of raising a child from birth until the age of 18 came to £79,176 for a boy and £108,884 for a girl – a difference of £29,708.

Source: Daily Mail, 9th November 2016

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Real research? Or just a reason to mention a price comparison website in the press?

The study, by MoneySuperMarket.com, found it was girls’ clothes, toiletries and makeup that weighed most heavily on their parents’ wallets.

“Students love beer!” says price comparison website, with one eye on the University calendar

Universities with the cheapest and most expensive pints of beer revealed in MoneySupermarket research

Accommodation: check. Car insurance: check. Home insurance: check. Cost of the average pint of beer: let’s have a look.

New research from the UK’s leading price comparison website, MoneySupermarket, has revealed the best and worst value universities in the UK for students, coming just at the time while hundreds of thousands are preparing to head to their chosen institution.

Source: Independent, 14th September 2015

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Durham crowned best value UK university thanks to cheap pints and low rent

These universities may reek of tweed and Hunter wellies, but they are better value than some of their more down-to-earth rivals and this is why

Hard-up students heading to Durham University will find their cash goes further as it has been named the best value for money uni in Britain.

Source: Mirror, 8th September 2015

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Who’d have thought that a price comparison website would compare the price of beer? Well, anyone who realises that the MoneySupermarket PR team will be trying to use the start of the university term to convince students to use their price comparison tool to buy contents insurance for their new university residences… and students love beer, right?