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CHEAP household items// Tide, Gain, Charmin// Target Pricematch

**CHEAP household items// Tide, Gain, Charmin// Target Pricematch**



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Price matching may not be for everyone! The chances of you getting a “no” are jus as equal as getting a “yes”

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good morning and it's Saturday and I wanted to get this video up quite early just so you guys have the chance just because I know a lot of you guys may work or what not so Saturday Sunday the weekend will give you a lot of time to go out and do these rites matching deals so I just posted on the like a little post on the community board which is basically like a timeline or where I can post like pictures and text itself so if you guys haven't been able to check that out you can look at it it just says community and under that I've been posting like a random deals and stuff like that it's easier for me that way because I don't have to make a whole video and if you guys don't know how long it takes to make a video filming the videos not too bad it's the editing that takes forever so it's a lot easier for me to make a post but anyways I asked you guys last night if you guys would be interesting and getting zip codes for Walmart as far as some really good priced items to then try to price match at Target so what I'm gonna go ahead and do because I don't want you guys that know how to price match to be waiting for the zip code so I'll tell you what the zip codes are for the different items and then after I tell you guys that items if you guys don't need like any type of instruction then you don't have to watch the rest of the video but after I tell you the zip codes I'll go ahead and kind of do a little bit of explaining of what you do I am no expert at all I literally have done this twice but I know how to find the information for you guys that are experts so I can answer as many questions as I feel like I know the answer to but if anyone else would like to answer questions as far as if someone who's just now starting to price-match have some questions that'd be awesome but it's not totally understand okay so getting right into it guys the first one I have is gonna be the Charmin ultra strong toilet paper this is a 16 mega rules and it's $5 a piece at Walmart the zip code for that is 75 two for three so that's a super easy one then the next one that I have is going to be gain I have two of them actually so it's the flings I have a fifty-seven count um I think that one target might not carry but anyways I have a 57 count that is four dollars and the zip code for that is a nine one three zero seven and then I have the 51 count on the flings as well this one is three dollars and ninety four cents a zip code for that one is gonna be nine one three is zero seven so there's those two good ones and then I have tied as well this is gonna be actually for the big bottle so for the 150 fluid ounces of the tide it's four dollars and fifty cents and then zip code for that one is two two four zero one I think for this one right now if you buy two of them you get a $10 gift card so these would be free and a moneymaker I have heard some people say that you don't get gift cards back when you were price matching some others have said otherwise so really it's gonna be based on I think maybe your cashier again I don't have 100% the details on like gift card situations and stuff like that but I did look over the policy and everything seems to be good as far as price matching so that's all I have for right now guys I'm gonna look for a diapers one because I think that you guys would really appreciate that one and that one helped you out a lot so for those that don't know like what I'm talking about or how you can get these prices so basically these prices are specific to a target and I'm sorry a Walmart and that's why you have to switch your zip code on your Walmart app to the zip code that I just gave you guys so once you switch to the code to the zip code that I gave you guys you're gonna be able to find the item in the exact price so you go to Target and then you get the exact item it has to be set and all of that is what I've heard and what I read and so then you go to the cashier that you tell them hey I want to price-match to Walmart you show them your phone with the price for the item whatever which one it may be and then they either say yes or no so some people say that they have to scan they on in a little machine and if it pops up then it works and if it doesn't it if it doesn't pop up then they're gonna say no it really just depends on your cashier whether they're in a good mood bad mood the store policy you like as we know wild games has crazy different policies throughout the states so target probably does as well as far as like how they train their cashiers whether every price max they have to scan and everything like that so really it's it can't like if you do price matching as you can see we'd be getting a 150 ounce bottle of tide for four dollars and fifty cents like you're saving tons of money um it actually seems like more savings than couponing but again you don't know whether you're gonna get it or not so that's what I have for you guys today like I said I'll go ahead and try to find it diapers do hopefully I can bring you guys that one later today if not tomorrow thanks for watching guys and drop any questions like I said I'll try to answer what I

How To Save Money on Utilities

**How To Save Money on Utilities**



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With the summer heat on the rise, a sure thing to increase besides the price of gas is your electricity bill. Air conditioning can definitely add up quickly and will be sure to strain your summer budget if you’re not careful. Here are some tips and tricks for saving money on your utilities.
hi and welcome to another episode of our everything finance blog i'm suzanne and today i'll be talking about how to save money on utilities with the summer heat on the rise a sure thing to increase besides the price of gas is your electricity bill air conditioning can definitely add up quickly and we'll be sure to strain your summer budget if you're not careful so here are a few tips for saving on your utilities keep the thermostat hi the purpose of an air conditioner is to make your home comfortable not cold by keeping your a/c thermostat in the high 70s you get the relief of cold air without the absorbent prices of making your house an icebox bundle up and save internet companies usually offer an introductory rate the first year of your subscription but after the rate ends it can more than double so bundle up your services and watch the savings you can also get rid of home telephone service if you don't use your home phone service that much consider switching to cell phone only service finally reduce electricity usage by choosing to use electricity during off-peak times you can help reduce your electricity bill by unplugging items not in use you'll also save money think about unplugging everything when you're not using it to save even more thank you for listening for more information on how to save money on utilities please click on the link below or visit us at everything finance blog com

How to Save Money at the Pump | The Mike Rowe Show

**How to Save Money at the Pump | The Mike Rowe Show**



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In this episode of The Mike Rowe Show, we go over several ways to help lessen the sting of high gas prices.

Watch now and save some cold, hard cash!

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Random money saving tips part 5

**Random money saving tips part 5**



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hey guys listen thanks for stopping by and today I'm bringing you more random money-saving tips tip number 27 and the first one for today is to shop clearance after the holiday and at the end of the season we're gonna have the Christmas holiday soon so after Christmas old the Christmas holiday all the decoration or anything that's like clothes and were even towels or things like that ornaments and stuff things that have like Christmas seed themed on it or yeah all that stuff it's usually gonna go on clearance at 50% off or even like 75% off so whenever it's on clearance if you're planning to make gifts for next year you can buy those things and store it and use them for next year and you you can get way cheaper than if you would have to buy it like right before Christmas but if you already have a lot of Christmas decorations you might want to reuse your old ones instead of spending money on the new ones even if you buy Christmas decorations at like 75% off or something it still costs you money compared to when if you have Europe the ones from me previous year and years before just reuse those because even getting something that's at ninety percent off even if it's like super cheap it's still costing you money that you didn't really have to spend because you'll end up getting too many of those things anyway so it's like wasted might at the end of the season like let's say you're on around February all the winter clothes is gonna go on clearance because they we just want to get rid of it before they bring in so they have space to bring the summer and spring clothes and I think sometime in then it's in September so all the summer goes on clearance so by just wrapping it at the end of the season you can buy yourself some clothes for the next year for way cheaper the only cash couch into it is to not buy more than you really need because it's just like you're just gonna have lots of stuff that you put your money into that you're not using so only buy what you're actually gonna use because if you buy way too much it's just gonna be sitting there and you end up probably like donating it or just give me the way or something number 28 is to cook from scratch like everybody knows that but it's like where do you get that scratch to cook from right so if buying simple ingredients like just vegetables or even rice like potatoes any kind of grains and just raw meat and things like that and even flour and sugar and things like you add to your food it's still cheaper than buying like premade frozen something or like buying like those chicken nuggets or I don't know chicken fries or like any of those premade frozen things if you look at them per pound they're costing like I don't know a few dollars a pound but most of their raw ingredients you can buy for like 50 cents a pound or dollar a pound or or we'll meet me there's more expensive but when you're cooking something at home it does not include like a hundred percent meat I mean not not like um what I was gonna say like whatever you're cooking let's say you cooked like five pounds of food you don't have to put five pounds of meat in it you maybe end up having only one pound of meat in it like maybe one pound of expensive ingredients but most of the other ingredients you use if you could get from scratch these are like cheaper ingredients because there could be either some kind of grain or potato or flour or things like that which are cheaper or vegetables which are cheaper than you know then like those pre-made items like buying frozen pizza like two pounds of pizza are gonna cost you if it's a good sale it's gonna cost you probably three dollars if it's like not really good sale it's gonna cost you like what I don't know six dollars or something so that would end up being like three dollars a pound which is kind of pricey but if you make it yourself it might end up being I don't know well maybe less than three dollars for the whole thing so which is like dollar fifty a pound so thank you guys for watching I hope those tips were useful for you and you don't regret spending your time on it and it will help you save more money and live more frugally and have more for less so thank you guys for watching and stay tuned for more money-saving random money-saving tips episodes so bye

How to Reduce Your Car Insurance Costs

**How to Reduce Your Car Insurance Costs**



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There’s nothing you can do about gas prices, but there are many things you can to reduce your car insurance costs.

Step 1: Request a credit report
Get a free copy of your credit report from annualcreditreport.com and check for errors that may be affecting your rates. Ninety-two percent of insurers consider credit history when determining premium rates.

Step 2: Assess your car’s value
Determine the value of your car through a source like the Kelley Blue Book. If you decide that your car would not be worth fixing after an accident, drop collision insurance, and just keep the minimum insurance required by law.

Tip
Consider trading in your car for a lower-profile vehicle. Snazzy rides cost more to insure.

Step 3: Pay a high deductible to save money in the long run
Reduce your premium by 15 to 40 percent by requesting a high deductible, which is the amount of money you would have to pay in the event of filing an insurance claim.

Step 4: Seek out discounts
Make sure you are getting all the discounts you’re entitled to. Many insurance companies provide a lower rate to drivers over 50, those who have car-safety features or anti-theft devices, a good driving record, and low annual mileage. Students with good grades also qualify for lower premiums.

Step 5: See if you apply for a multi-policy or car discounts
Receive a multi-vehicle discount by insuring all your family vehicles through one company, or a multi-policy discount if you have another form of insurance with the same company.

Tip
If you have teenage drivers, invest in a defensive driving course for them after they get their license. These programs not only teach safer driving techniques, they can also reduce your premium up to 15 percent.

Step 6: Reduce your annual car mileage
Drive less often. If you drive fewer than 7,500 miles a year and do not use your car for business purposes, you may reduce your premium by as much as 18 percent.

Did You Know?
The most expensive place to buy auto insurance is the District of Columbia, with an average cost of $1,164 in 2006.
how to reduce your car insurance costs there's nothing you can do about gas prices but there are many things you can to reduce your car insurance costs you will need patience basic math skills a credit report and your car's current value step 1 get a free copy of your credit report from annualcreditreport.com and check for errors that may be affecting your race 92 percent of insurers consider credit history when determining premium rates step 2 determine the value of your car through a source like the kelley blue book if you decide that your car would not be worth fixing after an accident drop collision insurance and just keep the minimum insurance required by law consider trading in your car for a lower profile vehicle snazzy rides cost more to insure step 3 reduce your premium by 15 to 40 percent by requesting a high deductible which is the amount of money you would have to pay in the event of filing an insurance claim step 4 make sure you are getting all the discounts you're entitled to many insurance companies provide a lower rate to drivers over 50 those who have car safety features or anti-theft devices a good driving record and low annual mileage students with good grades also qualify for lower premiums step 5 receive a multi-vehicle discount by insuring all of your family vehicles through one company or a multi-policy discount if you have another form of insurance with the same company if you have teenage drivers invest in a defensive driving course for them after they get their license these programs not only teach safer driving techniques they can also reduce your premium up to 15% step 6 drive less often if you drive fewer than 75 hundred miles a year and do not use your car for business purposes you may reduce your premium by as much as 18% did you know the most expensive place to buy auto insurance is the District of Columbia with an average cost of one thousand one hundred and sixty four dollars in 2006