Best Money Tips: Legit Ways to Get Free Gas

By Amy Lu on 31 May 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on legit ways to get free gas, decorating hacks for renters, and cheap DIY solutions for summer skin care.

Top 5 Articles

8 Legit Ways to Get Free Gas — National retailers like CVS occasionally offer free gas cards with qualifying purchases. [Well Kept Wallet]

15 Decorating Hacks for Renters (That Won’t Cost You Your Security Deposit) — Use a vinyl floor cloth to cover outdated flooring. [Smarty Cents]

11 DIY Solutions for Summer Skin Care on the Cheap — Does the summer heat leave you with an oily and shiny face? Use coffee filters instead of pricey oil-blotting sheets. [Cheapism]

19 Things Unhappy People Do — Unhappy people tend to back down when things get too hard, causing them to feel defeated. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Creating Daily Cleaning Habits That Transform Your Home — Get into the habit of wiping down surfaces after every use. [A Debt Free Mess Free Life]

Other Essential Reading

10 Most Common Hidden Costs and Fees at Banks — If you have a "virtual only" account, your bank may charge a human teller fee for transactions made in person with a teller. [The Financial Blogger]

A glimmer of hope for honeybee populations — Winter losses among US honeybees were the lowest in more than a decade! [The Christian Science Monitor]

Top 3 Ways to Cut Back on Impulse Buying — Instead of looking at the dollar price, think about how many hours you had to work to earn what you would spend on the impulse purchase. [Kiplinger]

Top Money Saving Tips for Home Essentials — Give yourself plenty of time to save for a large purchase. Don't wait until it breaks to search desperately for sales and deals. [Beating Broke]

How to Save Money on Vacation with These Easy Tips — Be open to trying food from street vendors. You'll get a taste of local cuisine without spending as much as you would at a restaurant. [Money Q&A]

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