Jordon Cox is known as ‘Britain’s Coupon Kid’. An entertaining and impressive speaker, his mission is to make sure nobody is stung paying full price anywhere. He’s got all the tricks to save you money and his keynotes are full of tips as he shares his entrepreneurial adventure.
About Jordon Cox
Jordon Cox travels around the country giving speeches and sessions with his tips and tricks, which are always well received. Jordon regularly appears on TV and radio, usually with a ‘deals of the week’ slot, helping viewers and listeners get the most for their money. He has been a TV expert on ITV Tonight, Rip Off Britain, Tricks of the Restaurant Trade and The Alan Titchmarsh show, as well as a guest on The One Show, BBC Breakfast and ITV News.
Jordon Cox is renowned for his outstanding money saving tips. From using coupons to get £600 worth of supermarket shopping for just 4p, to travelling 1,000 miles to save £8 he has done it all. And his mission is to teach you every trick in the book to save your money.
An expert at getting the best deal Jordon also helps you make extra money. He specialises in coupons, mobile apps, loyalty cards, deals & sales, supermarkets, high street stores and travel. His tips have been read by millions across the country. As result he is in effect helping put money back in the pockets of the people.
Jordon started saving money at age 15
His parents had split and his mother found it tough to pay the bills.
He saw a television show called ‘Extreme Couponing’ which gave him the inspiration to start looking for coupons.
After just a few weeks of researching and trying to perfect the craft, he managed to get huge shops such as £105 of food for £32, his Christmas dinner and all the trimmings for just 10p and the infamous £600 worth of shopping for which he paid 4p. From that point, he never wanted to pay full price again
Most importantly he wanted everybody to know how to get the best deals and change their lives through small changes to their spending. He attracted an impressive following very quickly and became a consumer champion. His mission: to change hearts and minds. Moreover, that using a coupon or voucher had no shame to it.
He spent four years as a writer for MoneySavingExpert
During this time he forced supermarkets to drop the prices of cotton buds and other products after exposing unfair pricing. Jordon also found many ways to ‘hack the high street’ . This included getting £2+ off the same Bacon Double Cheeseburger at Burger King, just by ordering a different way. To top it off, he went viral a few times for his money saving ways.
Most memorable moment to date was finding it £8 cheaper to get from Sheffield to Essex via Berlin, Germany, instead of taking a one-way train home. This quickly received worldwide media attention, Consequently overnight he became a consumer champion against sky-high train fares.
Since then, he now blogs full time for his group of loyal followers and is also a freelance writer for clients such as the Daily Mail, Mirror and The Sun.
Whenever you need a good deal – Jordon is the guy to call.
- How to save £1,000+ a year
- How to be an Extreme Couponer
- Why deals are crucial for your business
- Earn £100s with these easy tricks (schools)
Secrets to Saving: The Ultimate UK Couponing Guide (self published on Amazon)
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
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