Posts Tagged ‘Experiment’

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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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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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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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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Supercharge your garden with this miracle ingredient — Savings Experiment

Supercharge your garden with this miracle ingredient — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment Did you know: Epsom salt can be your garden’s greatest ally? You can easily find this miracle ingredient at your local pharmacy for about $ 4 for a 3-lb bag. While it’s typically used for pain and stress relief, it’s the magnesium found in Epsom salt that actually works wonders...

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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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What to sell — and what not to sell — at consignment shops — Savings Experiment

What to sell — and what not to sell — at consignment shops — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment Did you know? There are places called consignment shops where you can buy and sell your unwanted items. With a few easy tips, you can boost your profits on your next visit. First, find a shop that stocks items similar to the ones you’re trading in. The easier they can...

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How Meatless Monday can save you money — Savings Experiment

How Meatless Monday can save you money — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment You love to eat meat, and just the thought of going without the occasional hamburger terrifies you. But what if you could save money by skipping meat for just one day a week? It’s called Meatless Monday, and it’s exactly what it sounds like. If a family of four spends...

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Save green by going green — Savings Experiment

Save green by going green — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment Did you know? April 22 is Earth Day! To celebrate, try saving some green by going green. Bottled water isn’t only costly, it also creates tons of non-biodegradable plastic that gets dumped in landfills. By investing in a reusable glass water bottle, you can do the environment a favor and...

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Spend less on prescription meds — Savings Experiment

Spend less on prescription meds — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment Did you know? There are ways you can save big on your prescriptions at the pharmacy! Since insurance companies negotiate different deals with each store, the price of medication can vary widely from one pharmacy to another. Larger chains tend to be the priciest. They often charge twice as much...

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