Best Money Tips: How to Get the Most Cash at Your Yard Sale

By Amy Lu on 7 October 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found a step-by-step guide for getting the most cash at your yard sale, the best places to score cheap Halloween candy, and ways to fight groggy mornings.

Top 5 Articles

A Step by Step Guide For Getting The Most Cash At Your Yard Sale — Gather your supplies a week before the sale. Make sure you have tape, scissors, markers, bags for purchases and newspapers to wrap fragile items. [A Debt Free Stress Free Life]

Trick or Treat! Where to Score Cheap Halloween Candy — Check out Candy Warehouse or Oriental Trading Company for fun (and cheap!) Halloween candy. [PopSugar Smart Living]

16 Ways to Combat That ‘Groggy Morning’ Feeling — Pull back the curtains and get some morning sunlight! Sunlight reduces your melatonin levels, making you feel more alert and awake. [Ridiculously Efficient]

What to do if you're fired from your first job — Step away from social media! Give yourself the time to gather your thoughts and emotions before you post something you may regret. [The Monitor]

5 Tips and Tricks of Online Shopping — Be the first to hear about exclusive coupons and flash deals by following your favorite retailers on social media. [Lehigh Valley Momma]

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9 Tips to Keep Your Home Free from Allergens and Contaminants — Regularly clean the ducts in your heating and cooling system to prevent dirt from building up. If you're hiring professionals, make sure they don't use harmful chemicals. [Airbetter.org]

Be an underachiever for the best discounts — With discounts and rewards, it's best to do (or spend) the barest minimum possible — just enough to qualify for the deal. [Mighty Bargain Hunter]

4 Ways to Avoid Having Your Homeowner’s Insurance Claim Denied — Pay your premiums on time. If tragedy strikes when you're behind on your payments, your insurer has the ability to deny your claim. [The Frugal Toad]

Should You Tip Your Uber Driver? — Tipping isn't required, but it's a nice thing to do if the driver makes multiple stops for you or puts in the extra effort to help you out. [Bargaineering]

October Shopping Guide: Deals and Steals for Families — Take advantage of Columbus Day weekend to do a quick getaway before the holiday rush begins. [Parenting Squad]

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