Master your saving game with these tips

Here are some tips you didn’t know you need it but that will help you save a lot in the long run.

The virtual universe is full of deals that could make you save or spend, the choice is yours. You just need some tips on how to get the best deal possible.

By the way, if you’ve avoided budgeting and managing your money because it’s too cumbersome, depressing, or difficult, new apps and programs make it manageable. Keep on reading for the best tips to save money online.

1. Online coupons

Most people hear the word “coupon” and roll their eyes. It’s tedious, snipping out little squares from the Sunday newspaper and then handing them over to a cashier. But online, this process is much easier. Visit sites like RetailMeNot or CouponCodes, and you’ll have access to discounts on everyday products. Codes work for a diverse selection of retailers, including Walmart, Target, Sears, and Macy’s.

2. Free music

Music subscription services like Spotify and Pandora have huge libraries containing millions of songs. They’re basically an all-you-can-eat buffet of artists and albums. For a limited selection and quality, you can sign up for free.

3. Avoid in-game purchases

Instead of paying to skip a level, get more points, or gain additional lives in a game, Google-search the game’s title and the level you are attempting to master. There are sites that list exactly what you need to do to avoid paying the game developer. Best of all, the steps are free.

4. Skip the crazy gadgets

Some of these gadgets can be fun, especially if you give them as tongue-in-cheek gifts, but who actually needs a “smart” Panini maker? Is your roommate really such a jerk that you need an “ice cream lock”? And although it may be colorful, who could sleep with a “light-up pillow”?

5. Redeem those rebates

Now rebates can be easy. Amazon has a special section for checking if an item you have purchased qualifies for a rebate. Manufacturers, wireless service providers, merchants, and other companies on Amazon.com use mail-in rebates to offer the best possible price on new items.

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