The five most popular posts on BargainBabe.com one year ago (July 2010) had good reason to be – they’re still relevant and interesting today!
How to get free TV tickets – Do you yearn to be a screaming audience member on The Price is Right or a cheering fan on the Tonight show? Do you dream of watching your favorite star being filmed on-set? With some pre-planning, patience and luck, these experiences can be yours — for free.
Yazmin compares the cost of three lunch options. You’re in the office and your tummy starts grumbling. You have many options for lunch but which one is best for your wallet? Options include
eating out, brown bagging and re-heating a frozen entree.
How I moved across the country for $310. Who says airline baggage fees are excessive? I carefully considered all my options for moving across the country from Los Angeles to Rhode Island and calculated that flying was cheaper than professional movers, Uhaul, and the United States Postal Service. Don’t believe me? Check my math below.
Saving money at the movie theaters. A couple weeks ago, my sister begged me to take her to watch “Eclipse“ and I caved. Since I wasn’t interested in the movie, the last thing I wanted to do was spend a bunch of money, so I decided to try an independent theater near my area. I paid $6.50 for a matinee showing. Score! Nowadays, the cost of movie tickets is steep but with some simple changes you can save money when going to the movies.
Is a Costco executive membership worth it? A friend recently shared that he upgraded his regular $50 Costco membership to the $100 Executive plan, which immediately made me wonder how much money he will have to spend to make his yearly fee back. If he spends more, the upgrade was worth it. If he spends less, he should have stuck to the regular plan. My friend makes 1% back on travel purchases, 3% back on gas, and 2% back on all his other bulk purchases. There are also for check printing, auto financing, and long-distance phone service. The rebates are valid on future Costco expenses.