If you feel the itch of the penny-pinch try out these deals!
Have you “clipped” this month yet? September is National Coupon Month (yes, I know, there is a month for everything!) and we are looking closer at how we all save on our every day purchases.
Perk up your day with some deals and freebies — here’s today’s deals round-up!
The Minnesota Theater Alliance is trying to get you interested in the theater by giving away free tickets to shows in October.
With a chill in the air feels like the dog days of summer are being rounded up, and so are these deals.
Earlier this week we talked about clothes swapping and friends and family discounts to save money on back to school clothes. Here are a few more ideas to help your kids’ closets and your wallet.
If you haven’t gone shopping for back-to-school clothes yet and you’re looking to save some money, check out some of the easy ways that could save you some cash.
Do you have State Fair on the brain? With just a day to go, many do. I’m one of them.
Back to school time is upon us. We usually think of little ones heading off to class, but there are lots of college kids who will be heading off to dorms and starting their lives as adults.
If there was a day of days for ice cream, Thursday is it!
Coupons books like ‘Entertainment’ and ‘Enjoy The City’ may pay for themselves in no time.
The “holiday” of the fall — back-to-school time — is already invading our stores and newspaper ads.
Great travel experiences on a budget don’t have to be hard to come by.
With this hot weather, you’ve likely been hunkered down in an air-conditioned room and maybe catching a movie or two. Sad to say, but it may be getting a little more expensive to do that.
Good things come to those who wait, but in when it comes to travel deals, we’re used to the fact that you have to act quickly to snatch them up. That’s not true anymore, according to Mary Song, founder of discount travel site Yuupon.com.
If summer travel budgeting drives you crazy then a gas finding app or website may help! We continue our trip down money-saving lane with Mary Song, founder of discount travel site Yuupon.com.
Day three’s travel tip — renting a house or staying with a stranger — may make you wonder if it is worth the savings. But Mary Song, founder of discount-travel site Yuupon.com said it can be a great money-saving option.
We’ve talked budget travel many times in this blog, but if you are like me, you’re always looking for new ways to delve into deeper savings.
I’ve gathered up some more free or cheap fun things you can do to help round-out your summer plans.
Now that we’ve passed the summer break mid-way mark — the 4th of July holiday — you may be looking for things to keep your kids occupied until school starts.
Summer treats, free tunes, and a super clearance sale — all of that in today’s deal’s round-up!
We’ve been talking all week in ‘the Good Life For Less’ blog about ways to save money using apps on your cell phone.Now here are even more ways to save!
There’s a whole new financial world out there — one where your bank is in the palm of your hands and your financial info is floating in space. That can be both helpful and a security risk — if you’re not paying attention.
Smart phones have helped keep us connected; you can keep in touch with old classmates on Facebook, follow your favorite sports star on Twitter, and check up on the latest weather report all in the palm of your hand. But those handy little ways of keeping you up-to-date with information can also save you money.
What do you get the guy who has everything? Many of you may be thinking that this Father’s Day. If you are like me, you’ll try to find a thoughtful or useful gift that won’t break the bank.