Best Money Tips: How to Upgrade Your Flight to First Class

By Amy Lu on 10 May 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful tips to snag a first-class ticket upgrade, strange and wonderful Captain America collectibles to check out, and ways to resist 21 common retail tricks.

Top 5 Articles

10 Tips to Snag a First-Class Ticket Upgrade -- Travel during the slow times. You're more likely to get an upgrade when there are more seats available in first class. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Captain America: 10 strange and wonderful collectibles -- Fans of Captain America won't want to miss out on these weird collectibles! [The Monitor]

21 Retail Tricks (and How to Resist Them) -- Many retailers use vanity sizing to make us feel more confident and push us to buy clothing items just because of the number on the tag. [Living Well Spending Less]

10 Pantry Items to Stock Up On This Spring -- Dandelion leaves are great in salads and stir fries -- they're even better if you can find them in your lawn! [Don't Pay Full]

Pay Off Debt: How to Pay Down Debt Faster -- Carrying long-term debt can have a huge impact on our lives, financially and emotionally. Join Experian's #CreditChat tomorrow at 3 p.m. ET to learn different ways to eliminate debt faster. [Experian]

Other Essential Reading

A Gentleman’s Guide: To Being Lazy & Looking Professional -- Slip a coin into the tip of the bigger end of your tie to keep it nice and straight without a tie clip. [Thrfster]

How to make your own composter for cheap -- Store-bought compost bins can cost upwards of $100, but you can easily make your own composting bins from empty buckets. [Bargain Babe]

7 Plants that Offer Privacy -- Turn your yard into a private retreat! Clematis, morning glories, and moonflowers all love to climb trellises, chain link fences, and walls and would make beautiful natural walls. [Shopper Strategy]

4 Keys to Dealing with (Legitimate) Debt Collectors -- Don't get emotional. The more calm and professional you are, the easier it will be to resolve the issue to your advantage. [Money Ning]

How to Follow Through on Punishment for Your Young Child -- It's easy to get angry and toss out punishment without thinking, but that can create an unhealthy dynamic between you and your kids. Follow these tips to make discipline more effective for everyone involved. [Parenting Squad]

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