So if my wife buys shoes that she doesn't need... and they are reduced from £200 to "just" £100... She hasn't spent £100... She has saved it?
If she committed to buy the shoes, and finds when she gets there that they are half the price she was committed to pay, then yes, she's saved £100 😁
I committed to pay £12 a month for 10 years through BTB.
If BTB completes ahead of schedule, for whatever reason, and my SMiSA subs then reduce (and they will once the club is bought), then I've saved myself some money.
I don't think that's spin, it's just common sense.