More Tips To Save You Money

2:30 AM Posted by Piera Jolly

It's always frustrating when I buy something and later it goes on sale. Priceprotectr.com is a great website that helps protect you from that. All you do is register your purchase and email on their site and they will alert you when the item you bought goes on sale. Since a lot of stores will refund the price difference, using this free service can really save you money. Of course, you could also sign up before you buy and item and wait to be alerted of the sale BEFORE you buy!

Another great website is gasbuddy.com, which tracks the cheapest gas stations in your area. All you do is plug in your destination to find the cheapest stations to fill up.

If you're a big Ebay shopper, you probably know that a lot of sellers try to sell their items at retail price...sometimes even more! When you add that to the outrageous shipping costs, you can easily spend more on an item than buying it new in a store. Honesty.com helps you avoid this by showing you what is currently for sale on Ebay and telling you what the item usually sells for. This way you won't overpay!



4 comments:

  1. Felicia said...

    I meant to tell you we found gad for $1.72 in Eatonton GA! WooHOO!!

  2. Kim said...

    wow...great sites. Got to check them out.
    Kimmis Krazy World
    Berriedreams
    Love World Mall
    The Learning Rock
    Flipping Adventures
    Kims Kountry Kitchen
    Postcard from Somewhere
    Busy Bee Village
    Talk Time with Kim

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  4. DanielL said...

    Check out Use.com They have a bunch of templates to choose from. You can post up to 100 full size images with no size or bandwidth restriction. The best part that is 100% free

    It is pretty easy to use and the best part is that you can do things on the fly without knowing any HTML. Best thing is that you can save and reuse templates later on and their templates are both eBay and Craigslist compatible.

    Worked for me and my images are not limited to what eBay or Craigslist offers plus I don't have to pay extra. Check it out and let me know what you think.