Boxing Day is over. How many of us lined up to get a particular deal? We feel if we don’t, we are going to miss it.
If you have a mobile phone just for the sake of emergency, you probably make very few calls. Most mobile phone plans would not suit your purpose. You would be overspending.
The cheapest one is from Fido, $10 a month. It is prepaid airtime. Even though each call costs 30 cents, you would probably end up with a lot of money in the account after a year and you would need to renew each month to avoid losing it.
What is the solution?
Use SpeakOut from 7-Eleven. You buy time for $25 and it expires in a year. So if you barely make or receive phone calls, you would be spending at most $25.
Certain supermarkets like No Frills, Real Canadian Super Stores, have an Item Free Scanner Policy which entitles the customer to get the product Free if the scanner gives a wrong price.
For example, if you see the price of a product to be $6 and your receipt states $10, then you will get the product for free as long as it does not exceed $10. Some cashiers may not be aware of that policy and it is good to draw their attention to that when it occurs.
One nice way to reduce your groceries espenses is to grow your own vegetable or fruits. Of course, you will not be able to grow everything you need, but you will at least buy less of them. And what’s nice about it, is that you know what you are eating has no pesticide or other chemicals. Further, you will have to do some mild physical activities, which will benefit you. Finally, there is this great feeling of success and accomplishment when you harvest your products.
Even if you don’t have a garden, you can still plant something by using pots and containers. You simply need an area where sunlight can come in.
What’s keeping you to start your own mini garden? It’s fun, enjoyable and financially beneficial.
Most cereals contain a fair amount of sugar. It is not easy to find one which has very little sugar and inexpensive. There is however one which contains very little sugar and is also nutritious.
Grapes are delicious but quite expensive. When they are cheap, usually 0.99 cents/lb, you might be tempted to buy a lot.
The problem is that often they do not last very long (that’s why they are on sale). They start going bad in a couple of days and you end up wasting some if you purchased quite a lot. At the end, you haven’t really saved.
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