Posts Tagged ‘Experiment’

The meal planning schedule that will save you hundreds — Savings Experiment

The meal planning schedule that will save you hundreds — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment, Food & Beverage Meal planning — we all have a general ideal of how it works, though a lot of us never bother to do it. But if you’re looking to eat healthier and save money, it’s one of the easiest things you can do. The most intimidating part of...

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The Spend-Free Weekend Challenge — Savings Experiment

The Spend-Free Weekend Challenge — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment Meet Jonesy and Brittany, a young Californian couple. This adventure-seeking twosome is planning to embark on the ultimate trip — a two-month backpacking sojourn through South America — next year, but there’s one significant hitch. Thanks to their penchant for pricey weekend getaways, they can’t seem to save up the...

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Stock up on summer BBQ foods this 4th of July — Savings Experiment

Stock up on summer BBQ foods this 4th of July — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment Independence Day and summer BBQs go hand-in-hand, so it’s no surprise that that the average American household spends nearly $ 70 on food and snacks during this time. Luckily, you can find some great food sales during the last week before the holiday! Here are a few good deals to...

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Should You Replace Your Grill This Summer? — Savings Experiment

Should You Replace Your Grill This Summer? — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment Did you know: When shopping for a grill this summer, the longer you wait, the more you’ll save? It’s true – according to DealNews, you’ll find the steepest discounts in August and September. By Labor Day weekend, some retailers can cut costs by up to 70 percent as they try...

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NASA conducts largest fire experiment in space

NASA conducts largest fire experiment in space

As part of its efforts to ensure the safety of spacefarers, NASA set a 16×37-inch block of cotton-fiberglass material on fire aboard a spacecraft that's making its way back home. Since the largest material NASA ever burned in space before this was th… Engadget RSS Feed

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Save on summer seafood — Savings Experiment

Save on summer seafood — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment Did you know: You can save on summer seafood if you avoid a few costly catches? While buying fresh is always ideal, unless you live by a major fishery, any “fresh” seafood you’re buying has likely been frozen at some point. Check the label – if it says “previously frozen”...

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Our best ever hotel tips — Savings Experiment

Our best ever hotel tips — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment If you travel often, you’ve probably noticed that hotel prices are rising all over the world. But luckily there are a few insider tricks that can help you save on your next stay. Hotel rates can fluctuate, and when sales do occur, they aren’t always advertised openly. One clever way...

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What’s the cheapest week to travel this summer? — Savings Experiment

What’s the cheapest week to travel this summer? — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment Did you know: The last week of August can have the lowest prices for summer air travel? Recent studies by Cheap Air and Hopper.com show that the final week before Labor Day is the cheapest time to fly to most destinations. During this time, tickets can be about $ 40...

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Boost your wardrobe with Memorial Day sales — Savings Experiment

Boost your wardrobe with Memorial Day sales — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment The Memorial Day sales frenzy is fast approaching. To separate the legit deals from the spending traps, you have to know what to buy. Here are a few bargains to hit — and a few to skip. First, avoid buying summer items. While it may be tempting, items like BBQ...

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Genius money-saving home decorating ideas — Savings Experiment

Genius money-saving home decorating ideas — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment Did you know: Using tape can be a low-cost way to decorate your home? Washi tape is a Japanese masking tape made of rice paper, and comes in all types of patterns and colors. Since the tape can be used and repositioned easily without damage to surfaces, the decorative options...

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