You keep checking the calendar.
The date is getting closer…
You know your kid has his heart set on having a birthday party this year.
But can you swing it?
The bills are always piling up.
The money you wish you could spend on the good stuff
wound up sucked away by yet another life emergency.
But this year is different.
This year, you have a resource
that is going to help you pull together
that beloved birthday party.
Not only will this resource
help you pull off an great party…
(one you can actually afford)
but it will also help you save money on those boring things.
The things we pay for because we have to.
(Not because we necessarily want to.)
And this time next year? You’ll have more money saved up.
Boy, is that birthday party going to rock!
Which is why you need…
500 Ways To Save Money:
Build A Cash Jackpot for the Best Things in Life
After you grab your copy, you’ll be able to…
- Find a use for those bread ends no one will eat. (Just click on “Cooking” in the table of contents.)
- Get them the costume they want for a fraction of the price.
- Know if you’re really taking full advantage of your job…and maybe squeeze some more benefits than you’re getting right now.
What’s In The 500 Ways To Save Money eBook?
Your kid's birthday is coming up...
You’ll simply click the “Birthday” tab and find a tip like…
Piñatas are expensive! Save by shopping at Dollar General instead of a party store. Or make your own using paper mache. Fill it with clearance candy from the last holiday!
Haven't been on a date night in years?
There are plenty of tips for making it more affordable! Such as…
Find local events for some free fun. My Hubby and I love politics, so we got a kick out of attending local debates at election time. You might find free concerts and more!
you’ll form a new “outside the box” way of thinking!
Love to wear flip flops? Keep the closure tab from your bag of bread or bagels. It works great for patching up a broken flop on the go.
Here’s what readers are saying…
This book shows great ways for everyone to save that extra buck here and there, not just the hardcore minimalist. I liked that I could just choose the tips that worked in my own family. We’re still watching the savings add up! ~Jacob
I printed it, put it into a binder, and have been highlighting things I want to put into place in our household. I also marked what we are already doing almost like a checklist. Helps me realize how hard we’re trying even if we’re only making baby steps at this point. ~Belinda
These money saving tips were easy, and there were so many I hadn’t thought of before! ~Angie
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