There are thousands and thousands of recipes on the Internet, and they’re all available for free. So just how many recipes does one person really need?
Everyone is in favor of practices that save money and are good for the environment, right? Actually, no. Turns out your neighbors may not approve.
It’s time for another roundup of money-saving lists, with places to eat for free, household items you can recycle lickety-split for cash, and some unusual schemes—like taking advantage of your local library’s lost and found to snag a free umbrella.
The average iPhone user forks over $95 a month to AT&T, and more than half of that covers voice accounts. Now that AT&T has approved applications like Skype, which allow users to make calls—even international calls—for free or very cheap via the Internet, it seems like only a matter of time before customers change the way they make …
From Saturday, October 10, to Monday, October 12, nearly every IKEA store is giving out free breakfast to all shoppers. IKEA has announced lots of lower prices on shelving units, tables, chairs, curtain rods, and other items too. More details here.
With Hyatt’s “Three for Free” promotion, guests enjoy a free night (after a stay of two or more paid nights), with breakfast and an upgrade included. The offer is valid at select Hyatt resorts in places like Florida, Hawaii, and Colorado, now through December 18. More details here.
Chief Savings Officer. Who knew that such a job title existed? Every household—and every government office, for that matter—should have one or more of these people, whose job it is to see that money is saved whenever possible, and spent efficiently when purchases are necessary.
Swapping your stuff for someone else’s has never been easier. There are now fairly simple ways to barter for home appliances, video games, clothes, even car leases and the services of accountants and hair dressers.
From today, October 2, through October 5, if you go into a Starbucks and taste VIA, the company’s new instant coffee, you’ll get a free brewed coffee as thanks for your time. More details here.
At nearly every Chevy’s restaurant location, you’ll get one free kids’ meal with the purchase of each adult entrée all day on Tuesdays. More details here.
Join the Godiva Chocolate Rewards club and you’ll receive e-mails with special discounts and promotions, along with a free piece of chocolate once a month. More details here.
At $50 or more a pop, college application fees can quickly add up, especially if you’re covering your bases by applying to lots of “safety” and “reach” schools.