Best Money Tips: Ways to Save Money at the Airport

by Ashley Jacobs on 19 November 2013 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some fantastic articles on saving money at the airport, moving your money to a new bank, and resisting the hard sell.

Top 5 Articles

Zoom Zoom - 8 Ways to Save Money at the Airport While Traveling — Save money at the airport by packing light and being your own doctor. [And Then We Saved]

Moving Your Money to a New Bank: 5 Step Checklist — When moving your money to a new bank, make a list of your automatic obligations so nothing falls through the cracks when you switch banks. [Money Smart Life]

Resisting the Hard Sell - How to Say No to a Slick Sales Pitch — To resist a sales pitch, always get at least 2-3 quotes from similar companies. [Cash Money Life]

18 Facts You Probably Wish You Never Knew About Black Friday — Did you know Black Friday isn't even the best day for deals anymore? [Len Penzo dot Com]

10 Expenses your Parents didn't Incur — Chances are your parents didn't have to pay for expensive gadgets or fashion. [One Cent at a Time]

Other Essential Reading

5 Ways To Save $5 A Day — Save $5 a day by driving conservatively. [Cash The Checks]

What to Do When Your Child's Report Card Doesn't Make the Grade — If your child's report card doesn't make the grade, talk to his or her teacher. [Parenting Squad]

7 ways to protect your computer from attacks — To protect your computer from attacks, activate the security features of your Internet browser. [Living On The Cheap]

15 Amazing Sights to See in Australia — The Sydney Opera House and Bondi Beach are two great places to visit if you go to Australia! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Day One Advice: 78 successful bloggers reveal what they wish they knew — Are you just starting a blog? Remember to be yourself and don't compare yourself to others. [Microblogger]

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