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Like paying full price for your groceries and everyday items? Then you might not find this article too interesting. However, if you enjoy getting stuff for free, then read on and see how easy it is to get food, coffee, beauty products and much more – free of charge.
A day at the beach is the quintessential summer activity. It's a taste of paradise without the splurge of traveling hundreds of miles away. Here are some of my tips for planning a fun and inexpensive family day out in the sun, sand and surf.
Not only does summer bring fun in the sun, it also brings some freebies for your taking! In case you were not aware, July 11th each year is a good day for food-related deals. There are also other chains offering up summer deals if you know where to look.
Summer is now underway, which means many of us tend to spend more money. With vacations, pool parties and summer camp for the kids, it is easy to get thousands of dollars in debt by the time September arrives. But it does not have to be that way. With these money-saving tips, you and your family can still enjoy the hot summer months without having to deal with the shock when the credit card bill arrives.
It has recently come to light that, as outlet shoppers, we have been fooled. Many stores are offering merchandise at low prices, but without telling you the real story. A significant number of outlet stores are actually selling lower quality merchandise without alerting the customer. According to SmartMoney, 82% of merchandise is made to be sold at the outlets. Some items have never even been in a retail location. Companies can also create private label brands, sell them at the outlet, and advertise artificial pricing, which is ultimately misleading. How do you avoid falling into this trap? Follow these steps for the best defense.
Looking to score a little piece of the action to remember this World Cup? There are plenty of souvenirs out there to tickle your fancy. But don’t run off and buy the first thing you see without doing a little research. As with any major event, there are scammers out there trying to sell their illegal knockoffs for cheaper prices. Check out this list and you’ll be shouting, GOAL!! (FYI, the best money saving advice I can give you is skip the vuvuzela!)