Are You Ready To Start Saving?
I scoured Amazon looking for the best deals under $2 for you.
READY, SET, START – SAVING ON AMAZON!!!!
Check out these awesome deals that I found TODAY!!!!
We all love saving and since all the items below ship FREE or are shipped by Amazon, they can be great filler items that can help you reach the $25 minimum for FREE SHIPPING!
Are you looking for more ways to save? Don’t Miss the Must Read Money Saving Tips Below!
All deals were under $2 when posted but hurry they go fast and the prices often go up. If you see one that the price is higher and you snagged it while it was below $2 drop me a note. I’d love to hear about your score.
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I post great deals throughout the week so don’t forget to watch Sweet Southern Savings’ Newsfeed for more awesome savings until next week’s Saturday Saver!
MUST READ SAVING TIPS
Sometimes the hardest thing about saving money is just getting started. It can be difficult to figure out ways to save money and how to best use your savings.
- Record your expenses – figure out how much you spend.
- Make a budget – be sure to include amount to save,
- Choose something to save for – down payment on a house, a vacation, a car, education, retirement, etc
- Make saving automatic – keep your savings account at a different bank than your checking account
- Be smarter with shopping – take advantage of apps, sign up for loyalty programs, join a warehouse club and buy in bulk, clip coupons, plan your purchases around sales and daily deals
- Consider a flexible spending account – they can save you money on health care costs not covered by insurance, including co-pays and deductibles.
- Check your progress – make a “money date” with yourself every week.
When shopping online, check out price-comparison websites or use browser plugins to make sure you’re getting the best deal. Just because something is advertised as being discounted doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a good deal.
The sooner kids learn about how to manage and save money, the better off they will be. So start their financial independence education early.
When you’ve got your eye on a splurge item, jot it down as a goal and increase the amount you set aside for savings. Check back in a few months. Still, want it? Great. If not, even better! Buyer’s remorse averted and a healthier savings account.