- See if you qualify for a class action rebate.
- Check Deal News regularly.
- Check out the Reddit Deals subreddit.
- And the Freebies subreddit.
- If you are a senior citizen, take advantage of these discounts.
- Also check out these deals for seniors.
- Sign up for a bunch of birthday freebies.
- If you are a current or retired military member check out these discounts.
- Get a discount when you visit our National Parks.
- If you visit your state parks often, see if they offer discount passes as well.
- See if you qualify for any of your county tax exemption programs.
- Participate in a free land program.
- Try out extreme couponing.
- Get your tax return prepared for free.
- If you are going to have credit cards, make sure to get some extra rewards.
- Low income folks can often get utility discounts from their county or state.
- Check out PPARX for free and low cost medications.
- Buy an OTA antenna and cut cable.
- Get your free annual credit report and contest any incorrect information.
- Choose free banking account options.
- Determine if a warehouse club membership will save you money.
- Point your kids towards free university options.
- American students can also take advantage of free and cheap universities around the world.
- Challenge your property tax assessment if you think you have a case.
- Check out your local library for free books, music, e books, performances, etc.
- If you tend to eat out a lot, pick up an Entertainment Book (these are also good for vacation destinations too).
- For purchases you are going to make anyway, buy discounted gift cards to save even more.
- Learn how to get store discounts.
- Ask for discounts on your insurance.
- Use special buying programs like True Car to get a discount on your next vehicle purchase.
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Tuesday, July 26, 2016
30 Ways to Save--And Stretch--Your Money
There are A LOT of ways to save money. Here's 30 interesting ways to stretch your hard-earned money:
Posted by Code Name Insight at 3:22 PM
Labels: financial preparedness
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