Best Money Tips: Ways to Save Money at BJ's Wholesale Club

By Amy Lu on 9 May 2016 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found helpful articles on ways to save big at BJ’s Wholesale Club, train hacks for your next trip, and health snacks that actually work against you.

Top 5 Articles

7 Ways to Save at BJ’s Wholesale Club — If BJ's is one of your main stores, you may want to consider upgrading your membership to their Perks Rewards Membership. The annual fee is higher, but you'll earn 2% cash back on most purchase at BJ's. [Money Talks News]

17 Train Hacks That Will Take Your Trip to the Next Level — Buy food at the snack café instead of the dining car. Food at the café is usually cheaper! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Three deceiving “healthy snacks” that work against you — Not all yogurt is the same! Some varieties contain more sugar than many candy bars. And yogurt may not be a good choice for you if you experience bloating and gastrointestinal discomfort. [Best Kept Self]

How improving sell-by dates can reduce food waste — Confusion over food expiration dates leads to millions of pounds of food being thrown away each year. [The Monitor]

11 Ways to Get the Most Out of Cheap Cuts of Meat — Marinating meat is a tried-and-true way to get deep flavor into your meat. Let it soak for 2-8 hours for maximum effect. [Cheapism]

Other Essential Reading

9 Ways to Survive Your Family Summer Vacation — Plan out the sleeping arrangements before you book your accommodations. Are there enough bedrooms? Who will be sharing a room with whom? [Parenting Squad]

Five simple ways to protect yourself from identity theft — Protect your digital presence with firewalls, anti-virus software, and/or an anti-spyware program. [The Monitor]

Yardwork Gone Wild: How to Tame Your Landscape for Less — You'll get more bang for your buck if you buy big plants that take up more room as they age or bright plants that give your yard a pop of color. [The Simple Dollar]

5 Tips on How to Negotiate an Entry-Level Salary — Never mention the salary you would settle for. If you're repeatedly asked for a specific figure, give them a number 10% more than your target salary to allow some buffer during negotiations. [Mint Life]

How To Increase The Value Of Your House With One Phone Call — One call to your local Assessor's Office can increase the value of your home tremendously. [Financial Samurai]

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