Trying to find ways to save money can be hard, especially if you don’t want to spend too much time searching for coupons or running to different stores just to save a few bucks. The good news is you don’t have to spend hours online or clipping coupons to save tons of money. Here are some great websites to help you live smarter and cheaper.
If you are looking for coupons try the following websites:
Wow-coupons.com has tons of free coupons for you to print and use. You can also get free samples of products sent to you which many companies give out in hopes that you will like their product enough to buy the regular size. Manufacturer samples are great for traveling or for giving a product a try for free. Get some free samples and maybe you find your new favorite cleaning product or toothpaste.
Thecouponclippers.com is another great website for coupons. You choose the coupons you want, pay the small shipping and handling fee for each coupon, usually around 10 cents, and your coupons will be mailed to you. They have tons of coupons for anything you might need; you can even get a bunch of the same coupon, if you like. The website also has blogs and forums that you can join and read to share money-saving tips and advice on frugal living. While the coupons off this site are not free, you still end up saving tons of money using the coupons.
Thegrocerygame.com is another pay website where for coupons. You can earn rewards that will give you free coupons for your groceries. This site isn’t just customized grocery coupons; they also provide saving lists for what on sale, whether advertised or not, for your particular supermarket. They offer advice and monitor sales for you. While there is a nominal cost to be a member of this website, between the coupons and the lists it will still save you money in the long run.
To find even more coupon websites, just type in coupons in a search engine and you will get more websites. There are many that will give you free coupons, but the ones where you have to pay might actually be better and might save you more money so check them out, too.
Frugalvillage.com is a great website for money-saving tips and forums about living more frugally. Lots of great advice and information on this site.
Wisebread.com is another great frugal website. It talks about how to live better on a smaller budget. It also gives explanations about economic bills passed by Congress and how they will affect the average consumer.
If you are looking for more information about living frugally, check out about.com or, again, type “frugal living”, without the quotes of course, into any search engine. The search results will give you tons of websites and you should be able to find exactly what you are looking for with relative ease. Also, news websites can be very helpful. CNN has a program everyday where they talk about the economy and how you can do better during tough times. They have helpful hints and ways to save money.
Using coupons and living so you aren’t spending tons of money when you can’t afford to or don’t have to is great. You can save your hard-earned money for things that you really need. It doesn’t make sense to spend money on things that you don’t need or which you could get for less.