27 Cyber Monday Buys That Could Help Cut Your Utility Bills This Winter
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Black Friday is a great time to save on treats and presents, but it also makes sense to consider home buys that future you will thank you for buying – like items that will might keep the cost of your dreaded bills down a bit?
Wondering what products might be worth investing in now to help reduce your future spend? We’ve rounded up a selection of deals that will keep you and your house warm this winter – and they’re still available on Cyber Monday.
Firstly, these motion-sensor lights are 52% off and will help you avoid having to put the Big Light on constantly throughout the night.
This smart plug will allow you to schedule lights, coffee machines, and other appliances to turn on and off automatically so you don't waste unnecessary energy. It's compatible with Amazon Alexa and is 48% less ATM.
These 50%-off tumble dryer balls will effectively shorten the time and energy it takes to dry your clothes. Plus they'll relax the fibres, meaning you'll need to use less fabric conditioner to keep your clothes soft!
There's 18% off this reflective sheet which (you guessed it) reflects the heat back from your radiators further into your room, ensuring that when your heating is on it's working to the best of its ability!
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