We all have budgets that get tight from time to time. My families budget usually gets really tight around Christmas or after a vacation. There are certain things that we refuse to give up like our high speed internet and Netflix but when budgets get tight somethings HAVE to go.
Hey, every study may show that women make less money than men . . . but, in the male gender's defense, we NEED that extra money because we don't have the supple, perky breasts that are necessary to get a bunch of discounts.
According to a new survey, 85% of women say they've FLIRTED to get a discount . . . and that's just in the past month.
Gas has gone up more than 40 cents in the last month, and according to Triple-A, the national average now sits at $3.54 a gallon.
You probably know that having enough air in your tires is important, because it can improve your gas mileage by about 3%. But here are five more sneaky ways to save money on gas.
#1.) Buy Gas at Night or Early in the Morning. Gas stations store their gas underground
Besides the fact that pizza is delicious, did you know it can also save lives?
At least in the case of 82-year-old Jean Wilson who calls Dominos every day at 10 a.m. to order a large pepperoni pie and two Diet Cokes. When her order didn't come through for several days in a row, delivery driver Susan Guy became concerned and went to check on Wilson, calling 911 when she received no response.
If you've been saving your nickels because gas prices are going to take you for all that you are worth this spring . . . better start tossing some quarters in there so you can afford new Capri pants too.
According to a report by CNBC, clothing prices across the board are going to go up at least 10% this spring.
Every November, all the stores roll out 'special' deals designed to make us spend as much as possible during the holidays . . . like the sheeple we are. Here's a list of six marketing tricks, and why you can't resist them . . .