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City boy Alex Hope recently forked out more £200,000 for vodka, beer and the world’s priciest bottle of bubbly. But he’s far from alone in his love of an exhorbitant tipple …

HOW THEY SPEND IT!

❚ Last month, 22-year-old Logan Warren ordered the most expensive Starbucks drink ever – £37 for one Trenta Java Chip Frappucino with 16 espresso shots and a heap of flavourings.

❚ An anonymous Italian millionaire with far too much money commissioned a £27m, diamond-encrusted bottle of D’Amalfi Limoncello Supreme for a party.

❚ Chinese man An Yanshi is creating the world’s most expensive tea. He plans to sell it for £22,000 per pound. The magic ingredient? Panda droppings.

❚ Aussie John Stallwood started brewing Antarctic Nail Ale for his brother’s anti-whaling group. Using melted ice from
the Antarctic, the first bottle sold for a whopping £1250.

CASH SAVING TIPS

LOOKING FABULOUS
Fashion house Temperley London is hosting a sale with one-off pieces reduced by up to 70 per cent. It takes place March 28-29, from 8am, 20th Century Theatre, 291 Westbourne Grove, W11 2QA.

SAVINGS TASTE BETTER
If you’re looking to stock up on the essentials, Sainsbury’s customers can save £10 off a £70 food bill until March 24. Grab
a code at money.co.uk.

TIME TO CREAM IT
Head to your nearest newstand and pick up
a copy of this month’s Marie Claire for a voucher for a free Neal’s Yard
Wild Rose face cream, worth up to £20.

PIZZA FOR  FIVER
Pizza Hut is offering £5 classic recipe pizzas until April 1. Have your pick
of popular flavours meat feast, margherita, veg supreme, pepperoni or Hawaiian, without breaking the bank. No voucher is required and the deal is for delivery, collection or in-restaurant meals. www.pizzahut.co.uk

HOW YOU SPEND IT



Joanie Jockel, 21
Job: Student/intern
From: Washington DC
Lives: West Kensington

How do you budget?
I set weekly limits and plan ahead for bigger expenses.

Any money-saving tips for living in London?
Map out your money, eat at home, hunt for bargains, and budget for unexpected purchases, because they will come up, no matter how sensible you are.

Last big blow-out?
Dublin. Just being there, my budgeting sense went out the window completely. Nice dinners, tours, pub crawls and quite a few Irish Coffees definitely added up. It’s an expensive city, but I figure it’s not often you are young and in Ireland – or at least that’s what I keep telling myself when I look at my bank statement.

What non-essential items do you spend money on?
Fashion. It’s always been a weakness, but especially living in London, I feel the need to at least try to keep up with the current style.


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