In these tough times everyone is trying to save money. So I thought I would share some sights that have helped me save a lot of money.
First off is: www.howtoshopforfree.net
This sight was Started by a lady in MA who decided that she was spending way to much for everything. She then researched and learned all she could about saving money and now only spends on average $7-$10 a week to feed her family of six. She is an extreme case but even if you could cut your bill in half it would be worth it.
I started 2 months ago and I'm already saving $20 a week on Groceries. LAst week I got $12 boxes of cereal for free! (the big box too. Not the wimpy small one) My friend has been doing this for 2 years and saves $200 a month. That is a huge savings! ($2,400 a year)
The second website is: www.commonsensewithmoney.com
This is a lot like the first one. This one will send you daily e-mails of deals that you can get at stores or on-line. A lot of the stuff ends up being free after coupons or rebates.
It takes dedication and hard work to save money but it is well worth it!
Don't worry if you don't have time to learn! Everyday they post a new deal that is easy to get and they show you step by step how to get it.
Both of these websites are free you just have to join them. They will also lead you to other sites and before you know it you saving money on all kinds of things!
Just thought I would share in case any of you were interested in saving money in these tough times and aren't sure how to do it. I've only been at it for 2 months and already I am saving tons!
nope that is a new one to me. It sounds a lot like how to shop for free. They have forums too and lots of people willing to help you get deals.
Thanks for the info I'll check it out.