It can be easy for a wage to be eaten up by energy bills, household costs and other expenses, leaving little for women to spend on themselves.
But switching to a cheap dual fuel provider could cut energy bills, pushing up disposable income by that little bit more.
After a few months of enjoying reduced energy bills through their cheap dual fuel provider, females might decide to blow what they've saved on a designer handbag.
According to Churchill Home Insurance, a woman in her 30s will have purchased a designer handbag to the tune of an average £113.
But Claire Foster, spokeswoman for the firm, warned: "Many women save up for months to be able to buy the latest Mulberry or Marc Jacobs bag, but it's all too easy to take our eye off our bag when we're out in a bar or on the dance floor."
Females may want to make sure the money saved through their cheap dual fuel provider is not wasted by leaving their purchase unattended.
Sex and the City 2 - a source of fashion envy for many women - is released in the UK tomorrow (May 28th).
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