I would love for this website to be my only income so that’s why I include the odd advert and paid promotion in it.
Most of the big names you see advertised on here, like Amazon, Marks and Spencer, John Lews and Booking.com, are called ‘affiliates’ in that I get a small commission if you click through and buy something from them.
You don’t have to buy the product I mention, in fact you can buy anything from their website and I will receive credit for it; the main thing is to use the link from DiaryOfADetour.com and then all purchases are tracked back to me.
I created this page to list all of my affiliates in one place so that my readers can bookmark it and use them (if they remember!) as it will make no difference to the price they pay. I’m very grateful if anyone uses these links to make a purchase as the money I receive goes towards the cost of running the website and ultimately gives me a small income if there’s any left over.
Here they are in alphabetic order (and don’t forget that you don’t need to buy the actual product shown, you can click about and book/buy anything/any destination)
The blue text is the link, or see the bottom for logos to click on!
I’m listing this first as it’s an important affiliate for me. I always use Booking.com when planning my adventures as I can choose a cancellation rate so it doesn’t matter if I change my mind or find somewhere better in the future!
(the rest are in alphabetic order, I promise!)
A Quarter Of – old fashioned sweets delivered to your door!
Boots.com – online store for the high street retailer
Cadbury – chocolate gifts!
Demon Tweeks – we use Demon Tweeks for our scooter tyres
Etsy – handmade and vintage gifts and ideas
Eurocamp – great family holidays in Europe
Haven Holidays – we stayed at Riviere Sands in Cornwall this year and it was brilliant
Holiday Extras – I book my airport parking with them
Jack Wills – where I buy my son’s boxer shorts for Christmas!
John Lewis – from white goods and furniture to lovely gifts and homewares
Just Park – I can’t rate them highly enough and always use them when I visit Brighton and any big towns where parking is expensive or hard to find
M and M direct – for cheap branded clothes, a favourite of my husband as he loves a bargain!
Marks and Spencer – a trusted brand for clothes, homewares and food (they are great at personalised birthday cakes!)
Moonpig – for personalised and other cards delivered really quickly to you or your recipient’s door
Music Magpie – a place to sell your old CDs, DVDs and phone etc, or buy them and grab a bargain
MyProtein – protein powders and supplements recommended by Joe Wicks amongst others
On The Beach – holidays
Ticketmaster – for gig, theatre and lots of sporting event tickets
TOFFS – the old fashioned football shirts company, to buy retro footie tops
Travelodge – cheap hotels around the country
TripAdvisor – to book tours and other attractions as well as reading reviews of places to eat, stay and have fun
Wiggle – the online cycle store
Wowcher – for discounts on days out, products, holidays and all sorts of things
I am adding new affiliates all the time so please bookmark this page in your browser to use it when you do a spot of shopping online.
DiaryOfADetour.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com and amazon.co.uk.