Discount deals for mums thanks to Welwyn Garden City’s Laura

PUBLISHED: 10:45 09 October 2011

Discounts For Mums founder Laura Clark, at home with son William

Discounts For Mums founder Laura Clark, at home with son William

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MUMS looking to make a quick saving on shopping for their family need look no more.

Because come next month, a new website will be bringing you the latest daily deals designed especially for mothers hoping to save a bit of cash.

On November 1, www.discountsformums.co.uk launches, offering exclusive savings on anything from everyday essentials to family holidays.

It’s the brainchild of Laura Clark, a recruitment consultant at Osborne Appointments, based in Church Road, WGC.

As a mother to her four-month-old son William, Laura, 22, said she knew how important it is to be prudent when raising a family.

“At www.discountsformums.co.uk we know how busy mums are and how important it is to save money wherever possible,” Laura said.

“That’s why me and my team are constantly sourcing the best deals possible and making it easier for mums to get the best prices on a range of products and experiences.

“There’s going to be things from everyday items, to holidays and spa days just for mums.”

Once it is up and running, Laura’s website will offer a nationwide range of exclusive discount codes on family orientated products and experiences.

But early converts that sign up to Discounts For Mums now will automatically be entered into a draw to win £250 worth of John Lewis vouchers.

Not only that, but any mum that refers a fellow parent to the website will be given a free £5 voucher to redeem against their first deal.

“Whether you are looking for a deal on a family day out, a pram or just a pampering treat for yourself, www.discountsformums.co.uk will guarantee an exclusive offer that will make you a saving,” Laura said.


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