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13 Money Saving Tips


Looking for ways to start saving money?

Try these 13 money saving tips and you’ll be on your way.


1. Borrow books, CDs, DVDs, videos and magazines from your local library.
2. If you really need to buy a book, look for it on eBay or a second-hand book dealer.
3. If you really want to watch a movie at the theater, wait till they have discount tickets on the movie or go to a matinee.
4. Always use up all of a product.
5. Accelerate moderately when driving your car.
6. Collect freebie sample products.

7. Have a toy swap with other families that have kids your age.
8. Ask for discounts when you purchase large items.
9. Plan your menu based on what’s on sale. 
10. Take time at the grocery store. Figure the per ounce price on different brands/sizes.
11. Check for rebates on products you purchase and don’t forget to send them in before they expire. 
12. Make dinner out of your pantry or freezer. 
13. Learn how to organize/keep your home clutter free which will help you save money in the long run because you’ll know where everything is.


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5 Responses to “13 Money Saving Tips”

  1. Becky says:

    Very good ideas, for saving money. Thanks for sharing them!
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  2. Anna says:

    Awesome tips! Thanks so much for sharing them at Thrifty Thursday!!
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  3. thanks for these we can all use them!!

  4. Leigh says:

    As far as books go might I suggest the Kindle market where you can really save money. Many authors who write great fiction are coming out of the wood work and self publishing.

    The great thing is they promote their books as freebies to get exposure for a week or so. All one has to do is browse the best seller lists and look in the free column. You would be forgiven for thinking that they might be rubbish but you would be wrong.

    Some are rubbish but as you get them for free it doesn’t matter as you just delete them and move on.

    You don’t even need a Kindle to read them as there is the kindle app for everything these days. The Kindle device is much more book friendly though.
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  5. Tub20 says:

    Over time, I’ve read many online saving tips and most of which are fairly obvious whereas here at least there are a few original ideas. If I may be so bold, I would like to add a few suggestions or more like train people into a way of thinking that simply means saving cash if you follow the rules.

    The simple message is don’t be too current and don’t worry about what others are doing, don’t try and keep up with trends and that alone will save you a fortune.

    People are often very keen to have something on release as if it is so important to keep up with what is happening. Just stay cool and wait a few months or even better several months. Be prepared to be a little bit yesterday and you will save a fortune.

    Whenever new clothing lines, cd’s, books, computer games and gadgets and even cars first come on the market they are always offered at the top prices. If you leave it several months it will still be available you’re not missing out on a thing, it just means you won’t have it till later on but you would be amazed just how much things come down in price over time.

    Even better wait till a newer edition comes out and you will possibly be paying around half the price of its original list price on its release. You may not be the hippest and most happening dude there is out there but you will have more cash left in your pocket.


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