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A TikToker has opened up about why she hasn't splashed the cash elsewhere in her life apart from buying herself a Ferrari. Check it out below:
Senior mortgage and protection advisor Saira Haider (@mansionbroker) uses the social media platform to answer all her followers' property questions.
However, responding to a question she 'gets asked a lot', the specialist revealed why she chooses to shop at stores such as Aldi and Primark when she's got a Ferrari, which would suggest she could afford to shop elsewhere if she chose.
She said: "That's how you drive a Ferrari because you don't spend your money stupidly on branded gear.
"I have to say the fruit and veg selection in Aldi is better than Waitrose and half the price."
Saira also noted she flies with Easy Jet opposed to other, more expensive airlines.
"And Easy Jet I'm not paying high prices to fly business class, to fly on the same plane, the same distance in a seat I can take my iPad and watch a programme on and pay like a tenth of the price of business class.
"So it's just sense you know? It's just how you make money."
The post has amassed more than 800,000 views, and thousands of comments, with many viewers commenting on the video in debate over Saira's money-saving advice. One said: "Then why buy a Ferrari buy a Ford???"
Another wrote: "You make money by not paying branded stuffs then waste all those money on another brand. Actually it’s all about preferences."
A third commented: "Spend wisely and have what you want if you can, why not!"
In response to a user reflecting on how 'many people are jealous' of her, Saira explained when she was in her 20s she 'wasn't out clubbing and drinking and shopping' but 'grafting from the early hours'.
She concluded: "I'm sure there are plenty of other people in similar situations to me And I hope you're doing as well as I am. I am comfortable now. I did anticipate that 40 was old and that people retire when they're 40, that was me in my 20s.
"But now in my 40s, it's like, 'Wow this is the beginning of something huge'. Because in my 20s to 40s I learnt so much, and now i'm going to really enjoy the journey.
"I am comfortable, but at the same time, nothing comes without sacrifices and believe me I've made a few of those in my time."
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