When was the last time you negotiated for a better price on something? Charles Lankau, a business professor and expert in negotiation at Wake Forest University, says in this economy, consumers should be assertive when shopping for just about everything. “Price, terms, perks or extras–most of the time they are there if you just ask,” […]
Just a heads up that tomorrow’s Freebie Friday post will be accompanied by a post on free and low-cost flu shots. I can tell from my blog’s analytics that lots of people are searching for and stopping by to get information on flu shots for 2011. Stay tuned and come back tomorrow–you won’t be disappointed.
While I prefer to bring you free food deals only, I thought this one was good enough to share. It’s part of today’s Red Plum Dash for Deal for September 22nd, 2011: Baskin-Robbins $.99 cone with purchase of any cone of equal or lesser value (excludes soft serve and waffle cone varieties) (This is one […]
Today’s guest post is from Kyle James owns and operate a website called Rather-Be-Shopping.com, which has been listing and organizing online coupon codes for over 700 stores, organized into 25 shopping categories, since 2001. Kyle’s site is a great place to stop by whenever you’ve got some online shopping to do. Technology is an amazing […]
Even though we keep hearing in the news about how the price for groceries is going up, my husband and I have noticed an interesting trend: the grocery stores that we once considered to be too expensive for regular shopping oftentimes offer better deals or cheaper prices than “regular” supermarkets. For example, I’ve always considered […]
September is Library Card Sign-up Month and a good time to remind folks just how public libraries can help you live frugally. Everyone knows that you can borrow regular books from the library, but here are 9 ways that free library services can help families save hundreds of dollars per year (Note: statistics are courtesy […]