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Money Saving Tips

On average, life can cost a whopping £583 more each month if you're disabled, according to disability charity Scope.


There are lots of exclusive discounts for carers, but it can be a minefield wading through them all.

So Money Saving Experts have rounded up as many tips for disabled Money Savers as they can – from knowing your consumer rights and what adjustments firms should make for you, to how to get a key to accessible toilets or a 'free' cinema ticket for a friend/carer.

For more information please click the 'Learn More' button below.

Take a look at Mobilise's guide to money off. From carers’ discount cards, to carers go free. And deals on utilities to carer council tax discounts. Carer's cards are one of the major ways that we can access reductions on goods and services, but they are not the only way. 

For more information please click the 'Learn More' button below.

WaterSure is a scheme which helps some people with their water bills. 

To apply for the scheme, you must be on benefits and need to use a lot of water either for medical reasons or because your household has a certain number of school-age children. 

You also need to be on a water meter or be waiting to have one installed.

To find out more about WaterSure Scheme please click on the 'Learn More' button below.

You could get money off your electricity bill for winter under the Warm Home Discount Scheme which opens in October each year.

The money is not paid to you - it’s a one-off discount on your electricity bill, between October and March.

You may be able to get the discount on your gas bill instead if your supplier provides you with both gas and electricity.

To apply for the scheme, you must be on the Guarantee Credit element of Pension Credit or on a low income and meet your energy supplier’s criteria for the scheme.

The CEA Card enables a disabled cinema guest to receive a complimentary ticket for someone to go with them when they visit a participating cinema.

The Card is also one way for cinemas to make sure they look after their disabled guests. 

If you require an adjustment to visit a cinema because of your disability, cinema staff should make them for you whether you have a CEA Card or not.

My Supermarket Compare is a supermarket price comparison website that compare prices from all the main superstores. 

It identifies deals that help shoppers earn great discounts and cashback while shopping from their favourite online stores. 

My Supermarket Compare believes in better deals through research and says that "This is the place where you Shop Wise, Dealwise!"

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