15 Websites Frugal People Love to Visit

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Times are tough for people everywhere, right?  Whether you're a novice saver or a veteran penny pincher, these 15 websites that frugal people love to visit will have you saving big bucks in no time!

15 Websites Frugal People Love to Visit

 

Let’s face it…today’s times? They’re rough. We have families that are struggling to feed their kids, homelessness running rampant because folks can’t pay their rent, people spending months or years looking for a job and worse. Most of us have all buckled down into money saving mode just to survive, but even the best frugalista can easily run out of ideas. Thats where these sites come into play…check out these 15 websites that frugal people love to visit and use the tips and tricks listed to help you get started saving or to kickstart yourself if you’re in a rut. These aren’t in any particular order so feel free to jump around and explore! Most of these could be considered my personal favorites and ones that I visit at least two or three times a week! Some of them will have tips and tricks to help you save and others will simply be tools that you can use to save. Either way, they’re great for anyone looking to save a few dollars!

Money Saving Mom – 

Dave Ramsey

Dollar Stretcher

Wise Bread

Hillbilly Housewife

Living Well Spending Less

5 Dollar Dinners

Ebates  – Cash back for shopping online, plus they give a $10.00 gift card to new members when you make your first $25.00 purchase

ThredUp – Online consignment shop for kids and women with a free $10.00 credit to new members. You can buy designer brands here for as much as 75% off of retail!

Mint.com – awesome (and FREE!) budgeting tool!

LearnVest – This site offers budgeting tools as well as great articles on every aspect of saving!

Checkout 51 – Cash back for buying groceries! Just take a pic of your reciept and upload!

iBotta – Another cash back grocery site! Can be used with Checkout 51 with no issues!

Shop Your Way Rewards – if you shop Kmart or Sears (online OR in-store), be sure you’re signed up for SYWR so you can receive points back (points = $$ off your next purchase) and exclusive coupons.

Amazon Prime – if you shop Amazon a lot for the deals on household goods or groceries, signing up for Prime just makes sense. You’ll get free 2 day shipping, can borrow free Kindle books from the Prime lending library, receive Prime Instant Video (think Hulu) and more. They’ll even give you 30 days free if you’ve never had Prime before.

 

 

There you have it! 15 sites that will have you saving before you can even say “Frugal Living!” Do you have any on your list of favs that I missed? I’d love to hear them!

 

 

 

Stacy Barr
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Stacy Barr

Stacy Barr is the face and brain behind the frugal living and lifestyle blog Six Dollar Family.By the age of 30, Stacy had overcome an alcohol addiction, a drug addiction, divorce, survived domestic violence and had built a life for herself and her daughter after spending 10 months in a homeless shelter. Stacy is passionate about homeless advocacy and addiction education.  Her first book, also called Six Dollar Family is available on Amazon.

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Comments

  1. I love saving money. I’m supporting myself in this economy and it’s hard to do at times. Thank you for sharing.

  2. I was going to recommend The Prudent Homemaker, lol

  3. I need ALL the advice I can get! Thanks for sharing and giving me some guidance! I will be trying everyone one of them for the best fit for me..

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