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The UK’s leading discount website has seen a sharp rise in searches on-site for the key term ‘weddings’ and, in response, has compiled a list of the top 40 worst wedding dress of all time; to make sure brides-to-be don’t make the same mistakes.

Recent site statistics from the UK’s leading discount website have shown that ‘weddings’ is the most popular key search term on-site in 2012 so far. In response to this, the discount website has compiled a list of the top 40 ‘worst wedding dresses’ of all time on its on-site blog.

Staff from discount voucher codes website sifted through more than two hundred images of wedding dresses and decided on the forty that they deemed to be the worst wedding dresses of all time.

The top 40 includes some of the wedding dresses featured on Channel 4’s ‘Big Fat Gypsy Wedding’ series, both past and present.

The blog on the top 40 worst wedding dresses can be found here:

Mark Pearson, Chairman of commented on the blog:

“It’s always interesting to see what our users are searching for on our site, and with the current media attention surrounding weddings, it doesn’t come as a huge surprise that ‘weddings’ is the most searched-for key term in 2012 so far. With shows such as Channel 4’s ‘Big Fat Gypsy Wedding’ and BBC 3’s ‘Don’t Tell The Bride’, we are seeing record high search statistics from our users looking to find discount voucher codes to save money on their big day.”

He added, “Weddings are commonly one of the greatest expenses for couples, so it’s always worth shopping around and trying to find a bargain. On, we often feature discount voucher codes for use on wedding related products and purchases.”



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Editor’s Notes

Mark Pearson, chairman of, is a regular media contributor regarding online shopping and the credit crunch. At 31, his personal worth is more than £60 million. Mark was previously a chef working under Gordon Ramsay at Claridges, London.

Mark appeared as a ‘Secret Millionaire’ in the series on Channel 4, in which he donated £115,000 of his own money to worthy causes.

MyVoucherCodes has had sales exceeding £600m in 2011. saved consumers more than £60m on online purchases throughout 2011, alone.

MyVoucherCodes is the UK’s most popular discount site.

MyVoucherCodes is part of the MarkcoMedia Group, the largest voucher, discount and money saving company in Europe.

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