Jordon Cox is known as “Britain’s Coupon Kid”, who has spent the past 8 years hunting down deals to save you money. He got his start collecting coupons at just 15 years old and hit national headlines for getting £600 worth of grocery shopping for just 4p.
With his finger on the pulse of every trick, hack and deal – it’s Jordon’s mission to make sure that nobody pays full price when they don’t need to.
Whether it’s supermarket shopping, high street shopping, restaurants or travel… you can count on Jordon to give you tips on how to save money.
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At age 15, Jordon watched a TV show called ‘Extreme Couponing’, based on money savers in the USA saving money with coupons. At this time, Jordon’s parents had recently gone through a divorce, so money was tight, and decided to try it for himself to help his mother financially.
The paring of Jordon and coupons went together like a hand in a glove. Within a month of starting, he saved nearly £100 on their monthly grocery bill. Shortly after, he managed to get his family’s Christmas dinner, including the turkey and all the trimmings for just 10p.
All the while this was happening, Jordon set up a blog and Facebook page sharing his tips with other bargain hunters, so that they could save money too.
While his savings still kept adding up, he always wanted to achieve bigger and better, so started planning the biggest coupon shop to ever take place in the UK. After months of preparation, sourcing and deal hunting, he rounded up nearly £600 worth of coupons.
After 4 hours in a local Tesco, and 2 hours at the till scanning, the total dropped to just 4p (which he was gutted about – because it wasn’t free).
His deal hunting ways landed him a job at MoneySavingExpert, alongside his hero Martin Lewis, where he worked as a blogger and journalist for 4 years.
Whilst there, he uncovered many great hacks, such as how to get a £4.39 Bacon Double Cheeseburger for just £1.99 (by ordering differently), how to get unlimited coffee at Starbucks for just £1.30 and exposed retailers such as Argos and Sainsbury’s for hiking prices before ‘sales’.
His money saving antics landed him in the headlines again, by finding it cheaper to travel from Sheffield to Essex, by flying through Berlin, than it was to take a one way train. The trip, which included 7 hours of sightseeing and a currywurst for lunch, saved him £8 on his journey – but got an experience that money couldn’t buy.
Throughout his career, he has appeared as a deals and money expert on TV, Radio and Print, including stints on Rip Off Britain, BBC Breakfast and a regular slot on BBC radio Cambridgeshire.
Now a freelance blogger, writer and public speaker, Jordon will not rest until everyone has more money back in their pockets.
ITV Tonight, Tricks of the Restaurant Trade, Sky News, BBC News, ITV News, Channel 4 news, Channel 5 News, Rip Off Britain, The One Show, The Alan Titchmarsh Show, The Saturday Show, Daybreak, BBC Breakfast
Regional TV shows:
ITV London, ITV Yorkshire, ITV Anglia, BBC Look North, BBC Look East
International TV shows:
Menschen Bilder Emotionen (Germany), France2Londres (France), CBC News (Canada), ABC News (USA)
BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 live, Capital FM, Heart FM, BBC Local stations nationwide