Best Money Tips: 10 Things to Skip at the Grocery Store

By Amy Lu on 31 July 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on things you shouldn’t buy at the grocery store, ways to maximize credit card rewards for travel, and how to treat the toughest summer stains.

Top 5 Articles

10 Things Not To Buy At The Grocery Store — Bouquets from a grocery store tend to be filled with more greens than flowers and will often wilt faster. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

4 Ways to Maximize Credit Card Rewards for Summer Travel — Before you choose a card, take some time to read the fine print on earning rewards and redemptions. [SmartAsset]

How to Bust Through 5 of the Toughest Summer Stains — It's better to deal with iced coffee stains once they have dried. Pre-treat the stain, then wash and check for remaining marks before you toss it in the dryer. [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Summer Health Care To-Dos That Can Save You Money — Start saving now if you know you'll have an expensive medical procedure later in the year. [Forbes]

Ways to Save Money on Your Amusement Park Visit — Try to go on off-peak days or at off-peak hours. Your park may offer discounts when you go on weekdays or late in the afternoon. [Quizzle Wire]

Other Essential Reading

7 Things I Do Before I Go Shopping — Set a budget for each trip and challenge yourself to spend less than you thought you would. [Northern Cheapskate]

5 Ways to Get Back on Track After the Mid-Year Point — Re-evaluate and re-prioritize your goals often to make sure they fit with your current commitments! [Best Kept Self]

5 Ways To Have A Better Instagram Page — If you post hashtags with your photos, do so after your caption to make it easier to read. [Grad Money Matters]

Non-stop price hikes make Disney vacays a stretch — These days, a family of four could easily spend $3,500 on a three-night trip to Disney World. [Bargaineering]

5 Habits of Appreciative Spouses — Notice the little things your spouse mentions, and take action to show that you listen and you care. [Parenting Squad]

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