Archive for: Spending Less

Don’t Spend All Your Cash Before Grad School — Why Cheap Or Free GRE Prep Is A Smart Choice

Free GRE Prep

You can spend thousands studying for the GRE, but you probably shouldn’t. Here are some inexpensive—and some are even free!—GRE prep options that will help you study without draining your bank account.

How To Save Up To 50% On Engagement Rings And Wedding Bands


A savvy buyer can save money on engagement rings and other diamond jewelry — up to 50 percent — by bypassing the big jeweler stores. Here’s how.

Cheap Gifts: 53 Inexpensive Christmas Gift Ideas


Need some quick, easy and *cheap* holiday gift ideas? We’ve got 53, plus more in the comments.

How To Buy An Engagement Ring Online

How to buy an engagement ring online

Buying a diamond engagement ring online can save you thousands. Here’s what I learned shopping for my wife’s engagement ring and buying my own wedding ring online.

Blue Apron vs. Plated vs. Hello Fresh: Which Subscription Food Service Is Worth The Cost?


Subscription food companies will deliver boxes of fresh, pre-portioned ingredients and restaurant-quality recipes to your doorstep. Are they worth the money?

How to Start Travel Hacking: Fly for Little or Nothing (Even in First Class)


Four out of 5 people sitting in first class aren’t rich—they’re smart. Enter the world of travel hacking to score rewards flights and free first-class upgrades on most of your flights. It’s all possible. Here’s how to start.

How Skipping Just One Luxury Purchase A Year Could Earn You $100,000


Splurges aren’t always bad. But forgo just one luxury purchase a year and you’ll be astounded at how much your savings could grow.

Car Dealer Secrets: How To Sell Your Car For Maximum Profit


You’ll get the most for your car if you sell it yourself. You’ll get even more if you sell it the right way. Make the most from your vehicle with these simple steps.

Never Pay Full Price For Baby Gear: Tips For Saving When You’re Expecting

Buying New Baby Items For Less

Babies are expensive, there’s no getting around that. But smart shopping can lower the cost of your little one. Learn how discount shopping sites, buying used and hacking rewards programs can stretch your baby budget.

Save With Boxed: Tiny Prices On Your Favorite Everyday Products

Boxed: Shop for groceries online and save big

Boxed offers low prices on big-sized grocery and household items with no membership fee and mostly free shipping. Clearly, Boxed is more convenient than a trip to Walmart. But can Boxed save you money, too?