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Super Money Saving Tips

Updated on December 22, 2011

Save Money

With the economic climate the way it is at the moment it is always a good idea to try and save money. It is not so easy to save money these days, with the cost of living increasing rapidly and the job wages remaining the same. Saving money is very important for some people therefore, if you want to save money here are a few tips you can take into consideration to help you save some money for the future.

Cut out Coupons

Back in the day people thought that cutting out coupons was only for people who did not have money. However, these days everyone should think about cutting out coupons. You can cut out grocery and other offer coupons from the local newspaper or from magazines. You can also cut out coupons from websites like voucher codes. You can save a lot of money cutting out coupons, so try it today.

Look for Buy One Get One Free Offers

Whenever you are shopping for groceries, look for buy one get one free offers. There are hundreds of these offers available in stores, so save money and look out for them next time you go grocery shopping.

Buy a Water Filter

If you drink a lot of water and you buy bottled water all the time, save money and save the environment at the same time by purchasing a water filter. You will surprised at how much money you can actually save by not drinking bottled water.

Check out the Thrift Stores

Some people think going to thrift stores is only for people who don't have any money. However, you can find some great items at thrift stores. So, don't hesitate to take a look.

Garage Sales and Online Auctions

Before you go buying things brand new or from a normal store check out the online auctions and garage sales. Another persons trash can just be your treasure, so take a look.

Don't Throw it Away

Instead of throwing away your leftover food why not, make another meal out of it? If you have some left over curry or a stew, don't just throw it away. You can boil some potatoes, mash them up, put the stew in a casserole dish and pour the mash potato over the top of the stew. Sprinkle some grated cheese on the mash potato and put it in the oven for 20 minutes. This makes a delicious healthy meal. You can save money at the same time as well, so why not give it a try.

These are just a few money saving tips, so instead of stressing out about not having any money, think of ways of saving money.

Good Luck


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