I’ve written a lot in the past about making the most of living in London. This is a city full of amazing attractions, restaurants, and things to do. The only downside is that all this doesn’t come cheap…unless you know where to look.
Introducing: Bespoke Offers
Bespoke Offers is a new service that is one-part daily deal site, one-part personal shopping site.
For those of us who live in London, Bespoke Offers has lots and lots of deals to help us really get the most out of living in this great city. You could save on everything from fitness classes and haircuts, to walking tours, spas days, and meals for two at one of any number of fabulous restaurants.
With my boyfriend’s birthday around the corner, I personally have my eye on the Marco Pierre White three-course dining experience and cocktail for two. At £49, we can enjoy a special night out for essentially the same price as dinner and a drinks at a regular chain restaurant.
Beat my Price
My favourite part of Bespoke Offers is its handy Beat My Price feature, which essential acts as your very own personal digital shopping assistant.
All you have to do is find a product you like from a major retailer (e.g. John Lewis, Amazon, Argos, etc.) and insert the product URL into the field provided. Through a bit of magic and digital wizardry, Bespoke Offers will search high and wide for a better deal and e-mail you within 48 with a better offer.
I happen to be on the hunt for a new camera, so I went ahead and tried the service out. I went on Amazon and found the model I’ve had my eye on – a Panasonic Lumix GF6.
A few hours after I put in the Beat My Price request, Bespoke Offers found a better deal online for me:
How easy was that? Shaving a few percent here and there off larger purchases really adds up. You can use Beat My Price for pretty much any item available at a big box retailer – from common household items to electronics, gadgets, films, and toys.
To check it out for yourself, head to Beat My Price and Bespoke Offers here.
This post has been sponsored by Bespoke Offers, but my views are all my own.