Best Money Tips: Loyalty Programs You've Never Heard Of

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found customer loyalty programs you’ve never heard of, overlooked expenses that ruin your budget, and cheap ways to treat yourself.

Top 5 Articles

Ten customer loyalty programs you've never heard of — Taco Bell Explore is a new rewards-based game that allows you to win real-world prizes, including food and drinks at Taco Bell. [The Monitor]

10 Overlooked Expenses That Ruin Your Budget — Emergency repairs around the house can cost a pretty penny, especially if it isn't something you can fix yourself. Make sure you have some money tucked away for service calls. [Money Talks News]

22 Cheap Ways to Treat Yourself — Make time to watch the sunset! [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Tips for Getting More Done Every Single Day — Facebook and email can be major distractions when you check them constantly. Delete the apps from your phone and remove the temptation altogether. [Cult of Money]

Five Minutes a Day: The Lazy Person’s Guide to Keeping Your Car Clean — Bring a small garbage bag to collect the trash in your car, and another bag for the items that belong in your home. [Bargain Babe]

Other Essential Reading

7 Best Job Benefits You Should Be Using, But Probably Don’t — Your employer may have a tuition reimbursement program that will pay for continuing education programs or advanced college degrees. [My Bank Tracker]

11 Carry On Must Haves for your next Flight! — A comfy travel pillow will help you rest well during any flight, long and short. [The Frugal Girls]

Save Time and Money While You Update Your Home! — A backsplash behind your counters not only looks pretty, it protects your walls from the stains that come with a busy kitchen. [The Frugal Toad]

5 Timeless Ways to Turn Your Life Around at Any Age — Oftentimes, the most beneficial experience isn't the achievement of something you want — it's how you get there. Focus more on the journey. [Marc & Angel Hack Life]

Should You Give Your Child an Allowance? — Giving an allowance can make your child better with money, but there are situations where it can backfire. [Parenting Squad]

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