SUN SAVERS   Conquer your Super Saturday hangover without breaking the bank with our tips

BRITAIN’S biggest hangover is happening right NOW.

After four gruelling months without our favourite boozers, yesterday was a historic moment — filled with pub grub and long-awaited pints.

If you are feeling worse for wear today, don’t worry. You can banish the boozy blues without blowing loads more cash with these handy hangover hacks . . . 

Soup-er nice: According to the NHS website, bouillon soup (a vegetable-based broth) is great for a fragile stomach to digest. It is a good source of minerals and vitamins to boost your system back up.

You can get a tub of Marigold Swiss Bouillon Vegetable Powder for £1.99 at Holland and Barrett. Or you can try making your own. I found an easy recipe online.

All-in-one: If a good old fry-up hasn’t got you right as rain. Take a swig of a revitalising Overhang drink instead and you’ll be on your way. It contains several ingredients to kickstart your day, such as ginger, burdock, milk thistle and raspberry leaf.

Buy a 250ml tin for £1.79 at Holland & Barrett or, if you are going to need a few, get a case of 12 for £13.99 on Amazon. That works out at £1.16 a tin.

Sporting chance: When I have a hangover, I reach for Lucozade Sport. I know some of you swear by it too. It costs £1.10 for a single bottle at Asda so I get the four-pack — currently down from £3 to £2.50, or about 63p a bottle.

Don’t milk it: This might come as a surprise but some doctors suggest a milkshake as a hangover cure. I love milkshakes, so giving this one a go was a treat. Luckily, a one-litre bottle of banana Yazoo is on offer for £1 at Tesco, down from £1.50. By contrast, a 330ml bottle of banana Shaken Udder is £1.40 at Sainsbury’s.

Cheap tricks: If you have used all the tricks up your sleeve and still have a banging head, you can always fall back on painkillers. Currently you can save 20 per cent on selected Anadin products at Boots.

And instead of paying 75p for a pack of Bells Healthcare paracetamol at Tesco, grab Boots’ own-brand paracetamol tablets for just 40p.

The Belkin Boost Up wireless charging pad is £19.99, down from £34.99, on Amazon and online at Argos and Carphone Warehouse.

SAVE: £15

Lidl’s popular aperitivo is back. Pick up a bottle of Bitterol for just £7.99 for a delicious and refreshing pre-dinner tipple.

Love the smell of Jo Malone Pomegranate Noir hand and body wash? Instead of paying £32, try Aldi’s version, for just £2.49. It’s a great dupe.

SAVE: £29.51

A pack of five chocolate-brownie Fibre One snack bars is currently just £1.25 at Asda, down from £2.89.

SAVE: £1.64

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