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What is a ‘Cookie’?

A Cookie is a simple ’text file’ which you can read using the Notebook program on your own PC. Typically, they contain two pieces of information: a site name and unique user ID.

Cookies are used by almost all websites. Without cookies, it would be very hard to remember the user’s preferences or registration details for any future visits.

Websites use cookies because they save time and make browsing the internet a lot easier.

Cookies are very small files that are automatically stored on your computer when you access some of our pages or click on some of the links to view our offers, savings and promotional codes. By using our website, you agree that we can place cookies on your device.

What we use Cookies for

Our cookies contain NO personal information, however, they are required to permit tracking via our third party advertisers and affiliate networks. This tracking allows us to earn a very small commission if you then purchase a product from one of the dealers we represent.

Are Any Third Party Cookies Used?

If you share our content with your friends and family through social media, like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, may be sent cookies from these sites.

We have no control over the settings of these cookies, so please check these third-party websites for more information about their cookies.

Our site uses Cookies in a number of ways including but not limited to:

– Google Analytics – This lets us see how many visitors our site has and reports activity. Google Analytics data is completely anonymous.

Our site also hosts Cookies from our advertising partners;

– Amazon Associates – Used to track and attribute a sale to us so we can earn a minor commission

– Other Affiliate Networks – Used to track and attribute a sale to us from one of their advertising partners.

Choosing not to use Cookies

None of our Cookies store any private or sensitive information like your name, address or payment details.

Please be aware though, that if you wish to restrict, block or delete cookies, you can do this by changing your settings in your browser. See instructions at on how to change your cookie settings. Please note, this may incorrectly re-direct you after pressing our link.