I consider frugality an art form and a religious conviction. I learned about paying cash for purchases, recycling and reusing just about everything and being generous to friends and those in need from my parents.
My faith instructs me all things are gifted by God and so I am compelled to be a good steward of my gifts. [The highest heavens belong to the LORD, but the earth he has given to man. Psalm 115:16]
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Through 8/16, Restaurant.com takes 80% off all their printable dining certificates via code BIG. This lowers the price on $10 certificates, which are normally $4, to $0.80 and $25 certificates, normally $10, to just $2.
Obviously, not all restaurants participate, but there is definitely a good selection to choose from.
Just be careful to read the fine print as many restaurants exclude alcoholic beverages, weekends and other things.Enter code: BIG (80% off)
Sunday, August 1, 2010
At Campusbooks.com you can type in the ISBN number of your book or the name of the book that you are interested in selling and in a few seconds, the site will return a search from all of the top sites that buy back books. You simply print out a shipping label and mail the book, postage is included. It is so easy. Don’t let your used textbooks gather dust, turn them into cash today at Campusbooks.com. This is also a great site to purchase textbooks! Check them out today!
Campusbooks.com also has a side by side price comparison of the cheapest prices for textbooks including renting the book so you can see in an instant who has the cheapest price. Often you can buy your college books used, even cheaper than you can rent them.
The only drawback is that the books take time to arrive. Get your book list as early as possible, so you can have your book by the time classes start.
Thanks, Lori at More With Less Today!