I've been enjoying a few 100% free money-saving sites lately and thought I'd share them with you, too, this weekend, between freebie posts. Some might require a sign-up, but it's hassle-and-spam free (I'm a member on all). Here are the ones I'm using lately:
If you have a Groupon city near you, I am so jealous. Groupon offers an exceptional daily deal from a local vendor. These are great for city dwellers or for those traveling to a big city. Check it out; it's a lot of fun! There's a fella actually living off Groupon – no cash, no stuff – for one year.
Daily Worth is a daily email on financial topics. It's run by a work-at-home mom of two who has a successful consulting business and loves making (and saving) money. (updated 8/16/10: offer now expired)(updated 8/18/10: I found another source, so it's back up!)
At Coupons.com, you can find grocery coupons. Pick and choose which coupons to print, saving printer ink.
Don't forget Mint, the site I mentioned recently as a good site for economics students (and you). I've been using it on both my computer and my iPod Touch (since there's an app for that!). Mint sends me reminders in my email when our accounts have new deposits or if any of the alerts that I set up go off (such a big purchase or a low balance). I haven't dug into the budgeting aspect of it yet, although I hear that's where Mint shines.
And #5 isn't a money-saving site, but a money-creating one. My bloggy friend, Jennifer James, recently co-wrote an ebook called From Blog to Business. It's great. And it's free.
What are some of your favorite financial or money-saving sites?
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