Money Saving Websites
You don’t have to look far to find help stretching your dollar. There are websites that will lower your insurance rates, get service providers to compete for your business, and find free stuff for you. Here are a few of them that I saw on Kiplinger.com:
- At MiNeeds.com, you can post your need, whether it be for a contractor, house cleaner or photographer, and get bids back, along with credentials, ratings and reviews. I first mentioned this website at the beginning of the year when MiNeeds was still relatively new. Since then, there have been more businesses around Tulsa that have signed up and are now participating. So it might be worth checking out.
- InsuranceRates.com lets you shop for auto insurance rates without divulging too much personal information.
- And there’s nothing cheaper than free. MrFreeStuff.com is just like it says, showing the latest free offers. For example, places that reward your child’s good grades. Bring in your most recent report card at any Chuck E. Cheese and you’ll receive up to 15 free tokens per child, as long as you buy some food. Always check with your local business for any free or reduced offer to make sure they’re participating. I called the Tulsa Chuck E. Cheese and it is.
Good deals and free stuff. We can all use a little help to save money, especially this time of year.