About the Show
The series that shows how to scrimp and save in these straitened times with entrepreneur, journalist and mother-of-three Mrs Moneypenny
Series 3 Summary
SuperScrimpers returns with Mrs Moneypenny leading the way and her brand new thrifty army primed with enough money-saving tips to help everyone live life for half the price
Episode 1 - SuperScrimpers
This show meets the super-spending Oak family from Nottingham who waste a whopping £7000 a year on treats for their young daughter - money they can't afford
Episode 2 - SuperScrimpers
Mrs Moneypenny shows how to save a fortune on pets and buying a car. Harry Wallop tries to help a group of friends, whose dream holiday turned into a complete nightmare, to get their money back.
Episode 3 - SuperScrimpers
Super-spending Amy and Megan from Manchester lay out a staggering 16,678 pounds on clothes and nick-nacks. Now the best friends face the 50 pounds challenge.
Episode 4 - SuperScrimpers
Mrs Moneypenny shows us how to save hundreds on our holidays, from car parking to currency. Plus she reveals how we can make money from the junk in our homes.
Episode 5 - SuperScrimpers
Mrs M demonstrates how to save on savings and be a student without ending up with loads of debt, while Harry Wallop meets a man who enlisted a company to get back his PPI, and then got another bill!
Episode 6 - SuperScrimpers
Mrs Moneypenny sets her sights set on matrimony, revealing how one of life's most important events needn't end up leaving newlyweds deep in debt
Episode 7 - SuperScrimpers: Winter Survival Tips
Mrs Moneypenny leads the way with money-saving winter tips. Her army of Thrifters have got ingenious penny-pinching tips by the bucket load, for every conceivable situation.
Episode 8 - A SuperScrimpers' Merry Christmas
'Tis the season to be thrifty, and in this Christmas Special there's a sack full of tips to help everyone have very merry (but frugal) festivities
Episode 9 - SuperScrimpers 2013 Resolutions
Mrs Moneypenny and her army of Superscrimpers start 2013 with more tips on how to cut costs.