15 Ridiculously Cheap Things I’ve Done to Save Money Story

We’ve all done silly things to save money. Tawnya here, and if you’re anything like me you’re always looking for little ways to cut costs and put more money back in your pocket.

Give My Garbage to Others

Even later on when garbage service became an option, my parents opted to pay the smaller fee and put in the extra time to use the dump as opposed to paying $50 a month for garbage service.

I’ve used this neat little trick since I was in college, and it’s saved me literally thousands over the years.

Print at Work/School

Borrow Items

I have borrowed many items from friends and family in the 3 years I’ve owned the house that have saved me hundreds of dollars, and I did it because these items were not things I’d regularly need.

For instance, I have shared Netflix and other streaming memberships to significantly save money. In my case, I typically don’t watch Netflix or other movie/show streaming services so my friends have been very generous in allowing me access to their memberships if there is something I want to watch.

Share Memberships

Take Advantage of Free Benefits

This one typically does require spending some money in order to gain access to the services, but it’s well worth it in the end.

Attend Events for the Food

I’m sure all of you have done this at some point in your life, especially in college. Events happen all the time. Church events, conferences, sports, neighborhood, community, family, on campus, the list goes on and on. And they all have one thing in common: free food!

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