Tell us: what will you never spend money on again?

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<span>Photograph: Cultura Creative (RF)/Alamy Stock Photo</span>
Photograph: Cultura Creative (RF)/Alamy Stock Photo

One coping mechanism that many of us adopted during the pandemic was to buy things, including takeaways, games consoles, clothes and other morale-boosting treats and entertainments. But now lockdown restrictions have eased for many, is this sort of spending a habit that you’d like to end?

We would like to hear from readers about their pandemic purchases, namely the ones they regret. What do you plan to stop spending money on?

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