Best Money Tips: How to Fly for Free

by Ashley Jacobs on 14 February 2012 1 comment
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on how to fly for free, tips to reduce your grocery budget, and how to save money on things you need.

Top 5 Articles

How To Fly For Free — To travel for free, volunteer to get bumped from your flight or complain to the airline. [The Digerati Life]

5 Quick Tips to Reduce Your Grocery Budget — Reduce your grocery budget by shopping alone and looking for discounted meats. [Not Made Of Money]

How to Save Money on Things You Need — To save money on things you need, learn to do basic home maintenance tasks on your own. [The Frugal Toad]

Where Did That Credit Card Go? — If your credit card gets lost or stolen, the first thing you should do is report it to the card issuer. [Bucksome Boomer]

18 Ways To Inspire Everyone Around You — Want to inspire everyone around you? Focus on building your character. [Marc and Angel Hack Life]

Other Essential Reading

Budgeting for Summer Vacation — Start budgeting for summer vacation by saving money in a separate account. [Fiscal Fizzle]

Don't Forget Uncle Sam When You're Counting Your Tips — If you make tips, don't forget to include those in your tax return! [SavvySugar]

Best Places to Hide Money at Home — Some of the best places to hide money at home include the lining of a suitcase or in your toilet. [Bargaineering]

7 Tips to Help Improve Your Child's Handwriting — To help your childi with his or her handwriting, encourage him or her to write slower. [Parenting Squad]

How To Work When You're Overwhelmed — Get your work down even when you are overwhelmed by doing the urgent and most important things first. [Christian PF]

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Jan

Thanks for the articles. We fly a lot and it is expensive, but we do look for the best deals we can find. Free is always been the best!