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Alternative Uses for Chocolate Boxes

By , February 10th, 2017

In a few days, we will be overrun by chocolates and stuffed animals, not to mention the colors red and pink. Valentine’s Day is the holiday critics love to hate, but it won’t stop that one holiday-loving co-worker from leaving you a cute sentiment in the form of assorted candy. (And who would want to […]


National Pizza Day Deals and Freebies

By , February 8th, 2017

Pizza is one of the top favorite foods in the United States and throughout the world. Because of this, we’ve delegated an entire day to pizza: National Pizza Day. This year Pizza Day is Thursday, February 9. Like many other holidays focused on food, National Pizza Day Deals and Freebies are available. Check out some […]


How to Take Advantage of Free Trials

By , January 23rd, 2017

When wanting to try out a new product or service, it’s always nice to get a free trial or sample. Luckily, there are several companies who do provide free trials before your purchase. But, what’s the best way to take advantage of them? A Free Trial Hack to Try Many trials for services typically last […]


RingPlus Review

By , January 16th, 2017

It’s not every day you hear of free cell phone plans being offered. But, RingPlus, a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), that operates using the Sprint network¬†provides a seemingly free cell phone service. This service includes free minutes,¬†and free SMS with no contracts, according to their website. Of course, we at Saving Advice wanted to […]


National Park Fee Free Days 2017

By , January 13th, 2017

Many people enjoy visiting national parks in the United States, and if you are one of those people, there are a few days a year where you can gain access to them at no charge. Free entrance days regularly change each year. In 2016, there were a total of 16¬†free entrance days, but that will […]


30+ Great Dollar Store Christmas Gifts

By , December 7th, 2016

In 2015 the average American spent $830 on various Christmas-related items. That is a huge number¬†but there is a way to get around breaking the bank. Dollar Store Christmas gifts can¬†be a¬†great way to keep cost down this Christmas. Dollar Store Christmas Gifts It may seem a bit cheap, however, the Dollar Store actually has […]


The Every Kid in the Park Initiative Will Give Fourth Graders a Free Christmas Tree

By , November 30th, 2016

If your family is in need of a Christmas tree and you have a fourth grader you can get a free Christmas Tree form the National Park Service this year. From now until Christmas Eve you can get a free Christmas tree from a U.S. national park. As a part of the Every Kid in […]


Cyber Monday: The Best Day to Utilize Those Email Coupons

By , November 28th, 2016

Everyone has a boat load of unused coupons sitting in their inbox right now. Retailers have begun asking customers for their email addresses to send newsletters and ads but they also send some great coupons. Cyber Monday is a great day to utilize them. Cyber Monday Deals Today is Cyber Monday, one of the largest […]


You Will Be Surprised These Frugality Habits Are Costing You

By , November 23rd, 2016

Have you ever made an effort at cutting down cost, that eventually ended up being a case of ‚Äė‚Äôpenny wise, pound foolish?‚Äô‚Äô Well, you are not alone. When it comes to spending, frugality is a good trait to have- until you take it a little too far, and pay more in the long run. The […]


Cheap TV Service (And How to Find It)

By , November 11th, 2016

Cheap TV service does exist; it’s just knowing where to find it. As cable companies battle the ever-evolving internet’s role in television, it can be difficult to know when you are getting a deal and when you are getting ripped off. Here are some tips on how to find that cheap TV service: What to […]

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