If you’re seeing this post, it means we’ve found something new. Click to check out our latest curb find, and see the other amazing things we’ve rescued from curb piles over the years.
Lots of companies will mail you free stickers, if you just ask. Request them for yourself; surprise your kids with them; or tuck them away, and use them as stocking stuffers. Here are a bunch of free sticker offers that we tested.
Our oldest daughter is headed off to college in the fall, so she and I recently put together a list of all of the things she’ll need to outfit her dorm and stock up on toiletries. Being a frugal kid, she’s challenged herself to see how much of it she can get for free, and we thought it would be fun to track her progress here.
Last week, my neighbor stopped me to ask if I’d be interested in a bunch of free plants. One of her friends had passed away recently; and the family didn’t want to deal with the upkeep of her garden, so we had permission to dig up anything we wanted.
Renting an RV could cost you a couple thousand dollars a week, or it could cost you nothing at all. If you’re thinking about renting one for your next vacation, be sure to read this article before you book anything.
I like to go to the movies, but I don’t like to pay for movie tickets, so over the years, I’ve uncovered lots of ways to get free movie tickets. Here are all of my tricks, so you can use them, too.
Want all the nitty gritty details of how I get so many Christmas gifts for free, so you can do the same thing? Then, this post is for you. Here are all of the strategies that I use to put free gifts under the Christmas tree.
If you’ve ever wondered how I manage to get so many freebies, I’m here to let you in on my secrets. These are the rewards programs and strategies that I use to get free Christmas presents, food, toiletries, office supplies and more from big-name stores and restaurants.