We at CHEAPIOSITY spend a lot of time on the internet. A lot. Some people call our perpetual surfing anti-social, but we call it research. Whatever. What’s in a name? When we find something worth reading, we’ll post a link just for you. We’re always thinking of you. Even though we don’t exactly know who you are….
We came across a very interesting article in the New York Times about getting better deals at the megastores. While it’s nice to know that the country’s newspaper of record has legitimized the return of haggling, we here at CHEAPIOSITY weren’t aware it had ever gone out of style…don’t be shy. It’s your money.
On The Today Show (March 3, 2008) there was a terrific segment about saving money and calories. Check it out for yourself:
Protecting your savings accounts: http://www.fdic.gov/consumers/consumer/news/cnwin0708/limits.html
101 Fantastic Freebies from PC World. Nothing's cheaper than free.
If you find anything you think might prove interesting to our cheap and growing fanbase, write us and we’ll link.
Monday, April 21, 2008
Here's a very cool page linking you to printable coupons and bargains galore:
Why we buy: The truth about shopoholics.
Making Kids Money Savvy: Try These Four Financial Tricks.
The best and worst college savings plans.
Hotels that are offering gas incentives.
How to sell gold jewelry.
10 myths about investing and finances that trip up people.
Does collison damage cover you in you use a credit card for a car rental?