Saving Money On Stuff
youngandthrifty looks at the the Shoppers Optimum Points Card in depth and gives you tips on how to best use the card to reap the benefits 20 fold.
A post detailing why you shouldn't get rental car insurance next time you rent a car. Most credit card companies can cover the deductible that you would normally
Buying organic is great for your health, but can be expensive for your wallet. Here are some tips for buying organic foods cheaply.
A post to end the debate of which is one is better for fuel economy and our car budgets, air conditioning or leaving the windows down? That is the question.
Sites like groupon are easy to come by, we give you the lowdown on Groupon, Yipit, Tippr, AtCost, HomeRun, GoodNews, Living Social, and..
The secret (well, not such a big secret, really) is to buy your glasses and contacts online. Because there is no middle man (no high traffic- rent to pay, and no wages to pay salespeople) glasses and contact lenses bought online a much cheaper than if you buy them in person- sometimes even FREE.
This post talks about making your savings automatic. It's human nature not to have will power, so why fight it?
Sometimes it can be really hard to cut back on spending. Sometimes you may wonder where the heck the $100 you took out from the ATM went (no, it didn't go missing, you spent it, remember??). Sometimes you wonder why you don't have enough money to spend on the things you want to spend it on. There's a way to fix this. Here's how:
He paid for it with his credit card at one of the British Columbia Lottery Corporation booths. He paid for it with the credit card so in hopes of accumulating more travel reward points. You can get the same scratch-and-win tickets at a gas station, convenience store, etc.