9. Buy a crock-pot
An investment in this small appliance will help you save money on groceries. It’s so easy to be creative on meals with economical meat cuts and vegetables in the fridge.
10. Purchase clothing after season
Fantastic end-of-season clothing sales can really save you a pretty penny, especially if you select non-trendy styles that will last a few seasons. Select separates that coordinate for more flexibility.
11. Restaurant coupons and early bird specials
You don’t need to give up dining out just because things are tough. Select more economical restaurants and take advantage of half off coupons. Early bird specials will also save you money. Plus, skip dessert! You’ll save on calories and money too.
Remember to mail in all the required receipts and the money back rebate coupons on rebate items you’ve purchased. It’s sure nice to find that check in the mail six weeks later.
13. Have a yard sale
It will give you a chance to clean out closets and shelves, as well as giving others an opportunity to find a bargain. Take those extra few dollars you make from the sale and recycle them into some wise spending from numbers 1 — 12 above!Spend wisely by trying some of these money savings tips. Not only will you be helping to stimulate the economy, but you’ll save money for your own piggy bank, as well.