Best Websites to Help You Save Money
When it comes to saving money, the internet is your best friend. With rising prices and wages staying the same, it is tough to save money these days. Luckily, the internet is packed with websites to make saving money a snap. Here are some of the best websites to help you save money.
Shop Local– Shop Local allows you to enter your location and then provides you with weekly ads for the stores in your area.
Groupon– With Groupon, you sign up and they will show you daily specials on pretty much anything in your area including products, services and restaurants.
The Freecycle Network– The Freecycle Network is just like attending a huge swap meet, where everything is totally free. The site features 9,125,058 members within 5,289 groups. The Freecycle Network is organized into local groups and members post things they no longer use. If someone posts something you are in need of, you can easily grab it. Also, members that are in search of an item can post to see if anyone local may have it.
Paperback Swap- Paperback Swap is the perfect site for book lovers. The concept is simple: you register on the site for free and post books that you want to swap with other members. You can also browse through the books other members have posted and when you find one you would like to read; you can easily order it. The site currently has 3,724,253 books available for you to choose from.
Five Dollar Dinners– Five Dollar Dinners is a great site to find recipes for delicious meals for the whole family that are all under $5. You can search for recipes by ingredients if you need some inspiration.
Booking Buddy- Booking Buddy will provide you with travel prices from all of the top booking sites like Hotwire, Expedia, Priceline and Travelocity so you can compare prices and get the best deal on all your travel needs. You can check out prices for airline flights, hotels, car rentals, cruises, vacation packages, vacation rentals and destinations.
Nerd Wallet– With Nerd Wallet, you can compare various credit cards in order to determine the most suitable credit card for you. You can compare credit cards with rewards, credit cards that give you cash back, student and business credit cards and credit cards with zero percent interest.
What are your favorite money saving websites?