Whatever area of life you’re thinking about, they can probably be cheaper.
Making things more affordable for you & your family means that you can perhaps look at savings for the future, which is always a good thing.
I’ve spoken about NowTV before. We don’t pay the £3.99 a month for kids, £7.99 for entertainment or £9.99 for movies. We got them on offer, about half price. The same with Spotify, I don’t pay £9.99 a month for it.
For Spotify, I cancelled, waited a couple of months & then took their 3 months for the price of 1 offer for over Christmas when I wanted to play The Pogues & Slade continuously! With NowTV, if you go through the cancellation process for one of the passes, take entertainment for example, you will usually (not always!) be offered a deal for a month or two, to try and make you stay.
I often find that if you don’t ask you don’t get. Or if you don’t threaten to walk, you don’t get offered a better deal. Give it a go this month and you let me know how much you save!