There are so many places available at the tip of your fingers now, for buying/selling, coupons, discounts & sale. The internet has become nothing short of a genie in a bottle. We can simply Google a question on codes for laundry soap and have 40 stores at our beckon call wanting our money and offering us the best possible price.
I am always a person looking for the cheapest of cheap. It needs to be in my price range, and always free shipping. In this day and age with the world wide web at our fingertips- why would you pay full price for anything?
We have eBay for used and new; simply make a bid and wait it out. You may be a winner! If you are, you can even earn points towards your next purchases. Amazon for everything from toilet paper to a motor engine. Being stationed overseas currently, Amazon has been my lifesaver for the simplest things. Ordering in oil for our car, ink for my printer, even considering a computer. Plus since they have an auto ship button, I don’t even have to worry about running out of anything essential. Did I mention Amazon even has a “coupon” section!? My favorite part of any store is a coupon.
A few others to look into are Half.com for new and used books -think college! I had to purchase and sell quiet a few books in my time there. Saves you money on a cheap budget. Even Music Magpie for used and new Cd’s/Dvd’s/Games/Bluray. Music Magpie is great for cleaning out the old closets. Everyone uses an MP3 player now so why not cash in on those old disks. Just scan the bar codes and they will tell you how much its worth. You could probably make a small fortune!
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