Why subscribe to Which?

saving money In these tough times wasting money is not an option. Being in the know before spending money on expensive products or services is more necessary than ever. Which? have a wealth of information online and in their monthly magazine.

They also have helplines available for members to ring for personal help and advice with consumer problems and a useful mobile app that can be used whilst shopping.

Which? Saves Money

As well as being an affiliate, I’m a member too. I can honestly say that the money I constantly save from their information  outweighs, or at least contributes, to the monthly cost.

Here are just two personal examples. One article led me to switch our expensive dishwasher tablets to a brand every bit as good, but half the price, saving £40 a year. Plus an article entitled, “We’ve found a brilliant own-brand laundry detergent that could significantly cut your laundry costs” now saves us a further £27 a year.


Which? Subscription Offers

You have 3 packages to choose from. You can cancel at any point, and can easily save more than it costs by buying better quality products and often switching to cheaper best-buy consumables.

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What’s the Catch?

Which? It would be ironic if there was a catch. Which? are renowned for looking out for the consumer. If you decide you don’t want to remain a member after the 1 month trial you can cancel.

There’s not going to be any obstacles put in your way. The offer is based on confidence that enough people will realise the benefits are worth keeping and stay around a while. There’s no contract or long-term tie in. You’re free to cancel at any time by phone or email).

There are thousands of reviews, Best Buy recommendations and Don’t Buy warnings for washing machines, tumble dryers, cookers, dishwashers and all other household appliances.

The same goes for virtually any product or service we might want to buy.


More Than Just White Goods

Which? cover virtually everything – not just white goods.

Kitchen Laundry & cleaning: Heating Water & Electricity | Bathroom & Personal care | Garden | Home Improvements

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Savings & investments | Credit cards & loans | Retirement | Bills & budgeting | Insurance Mortgages & property | Bank accounts | Tax

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Car Reviews | Car Safety | Driving your car | Choosing a car | Which? Car Surveys

Technology:
TV & DVD | Computing | Camcorders | Photography | Audio | Phones | Software


As a Which? member you’ll be informed of many important consumer issues. Not just just white goods appliances.

The following articles are examples taken from just one page on Which? online –

  • Millions pre-book 2019 summer holidays: but is your trip protected?
  • Parents warned to avoid these stair gates because of safety issues
  • Top five cheapest energy deals for November
  • Should you buy a Karcher new EasyFix steam cleaner?
  • Should you buy a curved or flatscreen TV?
  • Five misleading pricing tactics to avoid in sales
  • Chromecast vs Now TV vs Amazon Fire TV reviewed: what is the difference?
  • Halloween kids costumes from B&M and eBay fail flammability testing
  • Five misleading pricing tactics to avoid in sales
  • Urgent Vauxhall recall affects more than 40,000 Zafira cars in the UK
  • May timetable compensation: don’t miss your chance to claim money back for train chaos
  • British Airways reveals 185,000 more passengers could be affected by cyber attack
  • BMW recalls 268,000 UK cars due to fire risk
  • Lightweight travel system strollers: which should you buy?
  • Airport security failing to catch prohibited items
  • Thousands targeted by TV licence refund scam
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