Best Money Tips: Low-Budget Ways to Celebrate Halloween

by Ashley Jacobs on 21 October 2011 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on low budget ways to celebrate Halloween, getting thousands of dollars of free flights, and coupon strategies.

Top 5 Articles

6 Low-Budget Ways to Celebrate Halloween — This Halloween, save money and head to your local movie theater. [SavvySugar]

How I Consistently Get Thousands of Dollars of Free Flights Annually — To get thousands of dollars in free flights each year, be sure to complete the required minimum spend on your card. [Money Help For Christians]

10 Coupon Strategies To Save Big Bucks — To save big bucks using coupons, don't neglect the manufacturer's site. [The Wisdom Journal]

5 Fall Maintenance Jobs That Will Save Money Later — Save money later by insulating your pipes now. [Bargaineering]

4 Ways to Make Money From Your Bills — Make money from your bills by taking advantage of offers to handicap your expenses. [The Penny Hoarder]

Other Essential Reading

The Bookworm's Guide to Packing Light — If you love reading on vacation, travel light by using an e-reader. [Currency]

Five Dangerous Debt Payoff Strategies — Be sure to handle your debt in moderation, otherwise your debt reduction strategy may be dangerous. [Free Money Finance]

8 Critical Mistakes in Envelope Budgeting — Do you use envelope budgeting? Make sure not to make the mistake of focusing only on monthly expenses. [Fiscal Fizzle]

9 Ways to Have Fun With Food at Your Child's Halloween Party — Instead of bobbing for apples, try bobbing for marshmallows at your child's Halloween party. [Parenting Squad]

What To Do If Your Big Bank Gets A Buyout Proposal — If your bank gets a buyout proposal, be prepared for potential changes to your accounts. [The Digerati Life]

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The Consumerism Commentary Podcast — The Consumerism Commentary Podcast is published on Sunday. Be sure to check it out!

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