snowboard en-US Best Money Tips: Save on Your Snowboard or Ski Trip <div class="field field-type-filefield field-field-blog-image"> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item odd"> <a href="/best-money-tips-save-on-your-snowboard-or-ski-trip" class="imagecache imagecache-250w imagecache-linked imagecache-250w_linked"><img src="" alt="Save On Your Snowboard Or Ski Trip" title="Save On Your Snowboard Or Ski Trip" class="imagecache imagecache-250w" width="250" height="141" /></a> </div> </div> </div> <p>Welcome to Wise Bread's <a href="">Best Money Tips</a> Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on saving on your snowboard or ski trip, ways for teens to make money, and getting your retirement back on track.</p> <h2>Top 5 Articles</h2> <p><a href="">6 Tips To Help You Save On Your Snowboard Or Ski Trip</a> &mdash; To save money on your snowboard or ski trip, consider renting a cabin. [SavvySugar]</p> <p><a href="">A Few Ways for Teens to Make Money</a> &mdash; Encourage your teen to get a job in retail if they want to get discounts on clothes. [Generation X Finance]</p> <p><a href="">Ten Steps To Get Your Retirement Back On Track</a> &mdash; Get your retirement back on track by using online tools to help you save money. [Forbes]</p> <p><a href="">6 Ways to Cut the Cost of Popular Weight Loss Plans</a> &mdash; Hunting for coupon codes can help you cut the cost of popular weight loss plans. [MintLife Blog]</p> <p><a href="">Tax Deductions You Can Take After December 31st...It's Not Too Late</a> &mdash; You can still take advantage of traditional IRA contributions. []</p> <h2>Other Essential Reading</h2> <p><a href="">How Can I Save Money on My Smartphone Bill When Traveling Internationally?</a> &mdash; Getting a pay-as-you-go SIM can help you save on your smartphone bill when traveling internationally. [Lifehacker]</p> <p><a href="">5 Networking Tips for a New Job in 2013</a> &mdash; If you want to get a new job in 2013, start by getting a &quot;top tier&quot; contact list. [MainStreet]</p> <p><a href="">How to Avoid Paying a Mandatory Gratuity for Bad Service</a> &mdash; To avoid paying a mandatory gratuity for bad service, inform the manager you'd like a different server. [Len Penzo]</p> <p><a href="">Five Things That Keep People from Getting Ahead</a> &mdash; Student loans and low community awareness can keep people from getting ahead. [The Simple Dollar]</p> <p><a href="">How to Deal With Outgrown Clothes</a> &mdash; Consider gifting away any outgrown clothes in your home. [Parenting Squad]</p> <a href="" class="sharethis-link" title="Best Money Tips: Save on Your Snowboard or Ski Trip" rel="nofollow">ShareThis</a><br /><div id="custom_wisebread_footer"><div id="rss_tagline">Written by <a href="">Ashley Jacobs</a> and published on <a href="">Wise Bread</a>. Read more <a href=""> articles from Wise Bread</a>.</div></div> Travel best money tips ski snowboard Trip vacation Thu, 10 Jan 2013 11:00:31 +0000 Ashley Jacobs 965631 at Now is The Time to Buy: Skis, Winter Coats, Candy <p><img src="/files/fruganomics/wisebread_imce/goggles_sm.jpg" alt=" " width="298" height="197" /></p> <p>As winter continues to blast away in the Northeast, other parts of the country are warming up a bit. Regardless of where you live, it&#39;s likely that your major retailers are beginning to make way for spring merchandise by having great big sales on all that winter stuff.</p> <p>REI is now having a sale on their winter gear, and now is a good time to stock up on <strong>snowboards</strong>, <strong>skis</strong>, <strong>boots</strong>, <strong>gloves</strong>, <strong>jackets</strong> and <strong>snowsuits</strong>, and everything cold that you can think of. REI is normally a tad on the expensive side, but their sales are good, and they have excellent customer service. Order online if you don&#39;t live near an REI, and make sure to <a href="">look for free shipping</a>. Check out other sporting goods and outdoor equipment stores in your area to see when they start selling off their winter inventory. Sierra Trading Post is always has cheay outdoor stuff - now it&#39;s<a href=""> Spring Skiing</a> time.</p> <p><strong>Coats</strong> can be counted on to look more or less the same from season to season, so if you see a fabulous parka at a good price now, get it and you&#39;re prepared for next winter. Whether you shop at Target or Nordstrom (or Macy&#39;s, or Sak&#39;s, or Walmart), there&#39;s a good chance that your favorite store is selling, or getting ready to sell, some lovely coats at major discounts. These sales often continue into March, so you might be wise to find out when they end, and snap up the best bargains as the retailers get more desperate.</p> <p>Another thing to grab while you can is <strong>leftover Valentine&#39;s Day candy</strong>. My local Rite Aid can&#39;t get rid of it fast enough, so prices are excellent (entire bags of candy for a dollar). Buy it now and you&#39;ll have your stash for Easter. There are plenty of non-heart-shaped candies for sale, but even pink cinnamon hearts or jellybeans are good when they fill the inside of a plastic Easter egg. Go to your local drug store, grocery store, or even megamart an grab the V-Days candies in pastel shades before they sell out.</p> <p>In Seattle, where spring is always early, the equipment swaps are gearing up. Now is the time for Seattlites to get their hands on great used bikes. If you are looking for a new-to-you bicycle for spring, Google your local area to see when the swap meets begin.</p> <a href="" class="sharethis-link" title="Now is The Time to Buy: Skis, Winter Coats, Candy" rel="nofollow">ShareThis</a><br /><div id="custom_wisebread_footer"><div id="rss_tagline">Written by <a href="">Andrea Karim</a> and published on <a href="">Wise Bread</a>. Read more <a href=""> articles from Wise Bread</a>.</div></div> Shopping candy coats February gloves jackets purchase Sale season ski equipment snow snowboard sweets Valentine's Day Tue, 20 Feb 2007 20:53:52 +0000 Andrea Karim 289 at