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Your Very, Very Best Money Saving Tips: Updated!!!

One of the most popular posts ever here at No Credit Need was the “Your Very, Very Best Money Saving Tips” post. After moving from blogger to dedicated hosting, some of my links got messed up. So, I thought I’d copy all of the links, and put them here. If you have an awesome money saving tip, create a post on your blog, and leave me a comment here. I’ll link to it, folks will see it, and you will rule. Here are the current tips:

Here’s my Very, Very Best Money Saving Tip

1. Learn to enjoy, buy, and use generic and / or store branded items. If you use coupons and can get deals on brand name items, YAY! But, for those items without coupons, I have found that the quality of store branded items is the same as the quality of branded items, and they usually cost much, much less.

See, that’s a simple, easy to understand Money Saving Tip.

2. From Mighty Bargain Hunter (Buying Used…)
3. From The Good Human (Saving Energy…)
4. From Simply Us (Groceries…)
5. From Frual For Life (Dumpsters…)
6. From Bringing Down The Debt (Trains…)
7. From Beyond Broke (Thinking…)
8. From A Dollop Of Sour Cream (Waiting…)
9. From Money Wise (Bulk…)
10. From Blogging Away Debt (Pausing…)
11. From Boston Gal’s Open Wallet (Sharing…)
12. From Mapgirl’s Fiscal Challenge (Water…)
13. From Tired But Happy (Re-Using…)
14. From Udandi (Groceries…)
15. From Single Ma (Organization…)
16. From Lazy Man and Money (Yourself…)
17. From Seeking Contentment (Library…)
18. From Pragmatic Finance (Researching…)
19. From Don’t Mess With Taxes (Momma…)
20. From Financial Freedumb (Wait…)
21. From We’re In Debt (Walk…)
22. From Stuff You Oughta Know (Make…)
23. From Debt Free (Warehouse…)
24. From My Money Forest (Learn…)
25. From Jane M. Says (Magazines…)
26. Frome Commentor Terry (Catalogs…) (See Comments)
27. From Commentor Aimee (Phone…) (See Comments)
28. From Jane M (Magazines…)
29. From Commentor Jersey Girl (Freeze…) (See Comments)
30. From Merle Sneed (Insurance…)
31. From Commentor (Language…) (See Comments)
32. From Double2Mil (Garage Sales…)
33. From Confessions Of A Hoarder (Awareness…)
34. From Easy Change (Half…)
35. From One Big Mortar Board (Volunteer…)
36. From Lazy Man And Money (Pay Yourself…)
37. From Ai Ya (Just Ask…)
38. From Fruitful Words (Electric Blanket)
39. From Thrifty Mommy (10…)


Tips Added After June 12, 2007:
40. From Beyond The Consumer (Savings Each Paycheck…)
41. From Smith’s Trading Post (Excess Baggage…)
42. From Moneymonk (in comments) (Save First…)Will your post be next? (Special thanks to MightyBargainHunter for pointing out the continued popularity of this post! You rock, MBH!)

If you linked to the original link, please think about linking to this post. I’ll post all updates here!

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23 thoughts on “Your Very, Very Best Money Saving Tips: Updated!!!

  1. I’ve moved all of the comment tips from my old site to here:

    Terry Said:
    All of you have great ideas and I read every one of them.

    I don’t have a blog, but my money saving idea is to throw away all catalogs immediately. If I don’t see it I don’t buy it!

    Aimee “Roo” said:
    The way that we saved a lot of money was by switching our phone serivces. We went with Vonage on our home phone, savings of $30 a month. We also switched our cell phones to a pay as you go with TMobile. We now pay $100 a year per phone, which was a savings of $1200 a year for us. So, my best tip is to add up your yearly costs for things, and then figure out if there is a way to cut them back.

    Jersey Girl said:
    Freeze the old credit cards so they aren’t super handy!

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