For me, it’s to make better purchasing decisions, to have experts test and show me the best – and worst – buys, and to save me time, stress, and money.
In these tough times, being in the know before spending money on expensive products or services is pretty important.
It may have a monthly cost, but the savings I make definitely cancel it out (examples below). So I see the Which? subscription as more of an investment.
Which? 50% off Digital annual membership
Subscribe to Which? today and get 50% off a Digital annual membership for your first year. Offer ends 31/11/2023. This offer is only available for new Which? Full access annual subscription. (excluding Gardening, Travel, Computing or Money packages).
“Our tests find you the best products to buy and show you the ones to avoid, so you don’t waste your money.“
Choose your package: Cancel at any time – Choose your Which? Subscription package
As well as being a Which? member, I’m an affiliate too, but this is my sincere personal experience and opinion. It’s not just the big purchases. After reading a Which? Article I switched our expensive big-brand dishwasher tablets to a brand that Which? showed works just as well, but at half the price, saving over £40 a year.
I also read an article where they, “found a brilliant own-brand laundry detergent that could significantly cut your laundry costs”. That now saves us a further £27 a year.
They are just two small examples where my investment in Which? membership saved me real money. I also count all my major appliance and product purchases as saving me money, because they’ve all been good purchases – including my printer, that saves me having to buy new ink every several weeks.
There are thousands of reviews you can trust, best buy recommendations, and don’t buy warnings for washing machines, tumble dryers, cookers, dishwashers, and all other household appliances. Plus of course on most other products.
Here’s how you can save money
These are just some of the current articles that can save members lots of money. There are thousands more.
- The best washing up liquid that costs less than £1
- Is shopping with a Tesco Clubcard cheaper than going to Aldi or Lidl?
- Which was the cheapest supermarket in June 2023?
- Top washing machine deals
- Best washing machine brands
- Top five cheap washing machines
- Should you fix your energy deal now?
- 10 ways to save on energy bills
- The latest scam alerts from Which?
More Than Just White Goods
Obviously my main focus is on white goods but Which? cover virtually everything – not just white goods.
Savings & investments | Credit cards & loans | Retirement | Bills & budgeting | Insurance Mortgages & property | Bank accounts | Tax
Baby & Child: Baby transport | Nursery & feeding | Child safety at home
Environment & Saving Energy: Saving Money | Energy Saving Products | Creating an Energy Saving Home
Which? Cars: Car Reviews | Car Safety | Driving your car | Choosing a car | Which? Car Surveys