Websites to Save Money

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Take advantage of websites to save money (besides this one).  I am constantly on the lookout for useful websites that save you money and you will find many throughout my book and blog posts.  Here are some recent finds.

https://wallethub.com/edu/credit-card-extended-warranty-study/25686/  – Most credit cards will extend the warranty of items you buy with their Card. This article provides useful information on taking advantage of this perk.  This is a much better option than paying for one of those extended warranties often offered by websites before you checkout.

https://www.joinhoney.com/ – I have often urged you to take advantage of coupon codes to get a discount when shopping online (http://www.financialguidetolife.com/?s=coupon+codes&submit=Search ) . Honey.com takes this a step further by automatically applying the “best” code for you without you having to remember to search.  It is an extension you add to your browser and is one of the relatively few extensions that work with Amazon.

https://www.momondo.com/ – My favorite website for the widest search for airline tickets.  There are many good websites that search airline tickets, some with more features, but this one seems to do the most thorough search.  But remember that some airlines like Southwest don’t appear in aggregators, so you should search their website directly.

About John Kimball

Over the past few decades, I have experienced most of these financial issues with both mistakes and successes. I sure wish someone had told me these things when I was first starting out. So many times I have cried out, "I want a do over!" when I learned a new financial lesson or tip. I aim to pass along to you the financial insights I have gained from experience, reading, analysis, and living the financial aspects of managing, saving, investing, and spending your money. I am an analyst with a large organization and happily married with two children on their way to an expensive college, no doubt. I read numerous financial blogs, websites, newsletters, magazines, newspapers, and books to bring you the latest news, insights, tips, and lessons combined with decades of experience.

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