Posts Tagged ‘Save’

One Quick Call Can Save You Hundreds

Filed under: Shopping Believe it or not, sometimes saving money on your cable, cell phone or car insurance bill can be as easy as picking up the phone. But once you call, you’ll need to know how to negotiate to cash in! Let’s start with your cable and phone bill. One way to get...

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Save on Back-to-School Lunches

Save on Back-to-School Lunches

Filed under: Holiday Shopping, Savings Experiment, Food & Beverage, Did You Know Did you know…Back-to-school lunches don’t always have to set your budget back as well? Let’s start with the big money-drainers…the pre-packaged snacks. Sure, they’re convenient, but those chips, pretzels and nuts can be marked up by as much as 50%! Instead, buy...

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Make Your Own Salad Dressings to Save

Filed under: Food & Beverage, Did You Know Did you know… Making your own salad dressing can also save you up to 70% off buying at the store? And it’s easy too! For a classic vinaigrette, start with one part ​vinegar (or citrus juice) to three parts ​oil. Sprinkle in a little salt and...

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Save on Back-to-School Lunches

Save on Back-to-School Lunches

Filed under: Holiday Shopping, Savings Experiment, Food & Beverage, Did You Know Did you know…Back-to-school lunches don’t always have to set your budget back as well? Let’s start with the big money-drainers…the pre-packaged snacks. Sure, they’re convenient, but those chips, pretzels and nuts can be marked up by as much as 50%! Instead, buy...

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Now is the Time to Save on a Summer Road Trip

Filed under: Holiday Shopping, Savings Experiment, Travel Industry Summer’s always a great time for a road trip, but with rising gas prices and the cost of other necessities, it can get expensive. Here are a few easy tips to help you plan your trip, and stretch your dollars. Before you hit the road, always...

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Save loads with homemade laundry detergent

Save loads with homemade laundry detergent

Filed under: Savings Experiment, Home & Garden, Did You Know Did you know: You can make a year’s worth of laundry detergent for you and your family for under $ 20? An average family can spend over $ 70 on store-bought detergent per year. Making your own isn’t only better for the environment, it...

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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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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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New Forms Of Cancer Treatment Can Save You And Your Family’s Lives!

New Forms Of Cancer Treatment Can Save You And Your Family’s Lives!

Cancer treatment, from a medical outlook, is receding in efficiency as the years go by. However as we prepare to enter the second half of 2016, it’s beginning to look like this is the year that medicine finally plans to leap onto the next platform of cancer treatment. Unfortunately, with any form of medicine,...

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Save bundles by tracking supermarket sales cycles — Savings Experiment

Save bundles by tracking supermarket sales cycles — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment Grocery shopping is pretty routine. Week after week, we go in and buy the same items without thinking too much about it. But you should be wary of shopping on autopilot. Chances are, you’re overpaying — sometimes by as much as 50 percent. The secret lies in the store’s sales...

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