You have probably noticed the BOGO acronym being used throughout television, radio and print advertisements. This acronym stands for Buy One, Get One, but does not always mean that you have to buy one to get one.
Did you know that you can save money while you are waiting in line at the store?
Are you stressed over the few shopping days left until Christmas and the number of gifts you still have left to buy? The good news for you is that there is always time to save money, even if you are a last minute shopper.
One of my first attempts to save money after getting married was to join one of the bulk warehouse clubs. The prices were normally better than your run of the mill store and if you had space to store things or a large family it worked to your budget advantage.
With all the rain we have been getting this week, I thought rain checks seemed like an appropriate couponing topic to cover.
Saving money and making money can go hand in hand. Online sites such as Amazon.com and eBay are great places to start saving and selling. These online sites offer individuals like you and I the opportunity to sell products for profit and buy products at a discount. These sites are like a 24-hour online sale where you can market your products and find new and used products at a discount.
Have you ever found yourself feeling surrounded by items that are useless to you that you paid good money for? The perfect solution would be to know exactly what you are buying when you buy it. You could eliminate your junk build up and save your hard earned money. I am about to share with you the secrets of how to do just that!