why pay full price?
September 27, 2007 8:46pm CST
It really is unneccessary in most cases to pay full price for an item. After payign full price for an item, and seeing that veyr same product on sale, almost free makes me refuse to pay full price ever again. Why do so, when there are tons of coupons, rebates, and freebies out there. For example, I refuse to buy name brands and I only shop in sale racks, or thrift shops. I always search for coupons or full rebates when going to do groceries. For entertainment, I look for blockbuster coupons, or go to my local library and check out music, dvd's, and most significantly books. Trust me, the coupons are out there. The trick is actually putting in the time and effort to find them. What are your tips and tricks on saving money on items. I'd love to hear your stories, thoughts, comments, and opinions.
• United States
28 Sep 07
I seldom pay full price for anything. I've got a receipt showing that I bought over $230 worth of groceries for only $22 using coupons and sales. My brand new $999 diswasher cost me only $97. Today I "bought" a watch battery, jewelry cleaner, a shoe polish kit, a stuffed "Stitch" from the Disney Store, and lunch at Red Robin for a grand total of less than $5. I shop sales, use coupons and hunt for good deals. My best source for great deals is the website refundcents.com . Everyone there shares deals and helps each other out. Do you have any websites that help you get deals?
28 Sep 07
I love bargain hunting. I'm a very practical person. I would only buy signature dresses if it's sold at a discount. I would buy other thing at its full price. For dresses, I don't mind buying those sold on sale. it's just the same shirt anyway.