Festival of Frugality #54

December 27, 2006

Welcome to one of the most happening festivals around! Internet Explorer users please excuse the mess as the uplanned hosting caught me in the middle of a theme upgrade. I didn’t have time to do each submission justice with a comprehensive review so all I can say is, get ready to meet some frugal people! Without further ado, I give you all the festival!

David presents How a $3.85 drink at Starbucks affects your bottom line. posted at My Two Dollars.

Alison presents Why I Have a Fake Christmas Tree posted at Bargain Quest.

TMT presents I Was Rejected By Lowe’s Home Improvement posted at The Money Tortoise.

Super Saver presents Do It Yourself and Save Money posted at My Wealth Builder.

FMF presents Save Money on Prescription Drugs by Getting Free Samples posted at Free Money Finance.

Steve Faber presents How to Put an Extra $100,000 in Your Bank Account posted at Debt Free.

FIRE Finance presents Frugal Tip – Wink, Flash And Get 50 Free Digital Prints This Christmas! posted at FIREFinance.

Moneywalks presents Problem with people who ?wants? to save posted at Money Walks.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents There’s Treasure In My Trash posted at The Digerati Life.

Joe Caterisano presents Debt solution posted at Penny Pinching.

Nina presents LED Holiday Lights: Eco-Friendly & Reduces Your Electric Bill posted at Queercents.

Sagar Satapathy of BizNicheMedia presents Tips To Reduce Debt & Stay Out Of Bankruptcy posted at Bankruptcy Reader.

Stingy Student presents Dell coupon posted at Stingy Students.

jim presents Always Rent Economy Cars and Avoid Airports posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.

makingourway presents SHOPPING: a neat little gift posted at makingourway.

Lisa Knight presents Dust covers for new fangled sweepers. posted at The Frugal Momma.

Matthew Paulson presents Of Diets and Dollars posted at Getting Green.

Hope you’re feeling more frugal than ever after all those great tips. Have a Happy New Year, now go out and be frugal!


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Ben Edwards, the founder of Money Smart Life, saved up enough to buy a Nintendo back when he was 12 years old. When he used the money to buy shares of Wal-Mart stock instead, he knew he wasn't like the other kids... His addiction to personal finance has paid off for his family and now he's helping you to afford the life that you want. Check him out on the web at Google Plus, Twitter and Facebook.

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