You already know that Amazon is a great place to find most anything you want to buy, and they even try and anticipate your needs with their clever ... - Continue -
Freebies: Let's Find You Free Stuff
One way to improve your financial life is to take advantage of coupons, freebies, deals and discounts. Thankfully, there are a lot of different sources you can use to find coupons and freebies of all kind.
But sorting through all of them and finding the legitimate ones can be time-consuming and tiresome.
Not to mention, sometimes you can become a victim of scammers disguising themselves as legit companies giving away freebies, while tangling you with lots of strings attached to what you get from them.
That's why I created this section of MoneyPantry.
This section will serve as a resource for anyone looking for coupons, discount codes, freebies, samples, and basically anything that can cut down on your normal expenses.
I hope you find this section useful and worthy of your time.
Americans love listening to music. A 2014 Nielsen Music study reports that 93% of the U.S. population listens to music. In fact, we spend more ... - Continue -
Everyone wants to look as good as they can, and beauty products can help you present yourself in the best way. But beauty products can be ... - Continue -
You deserve a vacation! Don't have the money for a long vacation? Don't need it! There are tons of places you can go and awesome free things ... - Continue -
Getting an education is, unfortunately, very expensive. We all know a person or two who is still paying off student loans even in their 40's and ... - Continue -
Audio books are just awesome! But they also cost money. And if you're a bookworm, getting audio books for free that you can download and listen ... - Continue -
How much did you pay last time you bought a book? Books are expensive! And doesn't it seem like every time you go to buy a new book, the prices ... - Continue -
Baby formula can be really pricey, and it’s an everyday cost that you can’t avoid. In fact, parents can spend between $50 and $100 on formula in ... - Continue -
It doesn’t take long before a new parent realizes that disposable diapers are a major cost to having a baby. Sure, they are much handier than the ... - Continue -