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Everyone loves free stuff and The Doctors have some tips on how to score great things without putting the slightest dent in your pocketbook! We are joined by The Krazy Coupon Lady Joanie Demer who is sharing money saving secrets on some items that usually cost big bucks.
On average, students spend $1300 per year on textbooks, but there is a better alternative. She recommends using the InterLibrary Loan Network in participating libraries, which allows you to check out textbooks for up to an entire semester for free. Not every book for every class will be available, but even just a few borrowed textbooks will save students thousands during their college career.
Eating Out With Your Family
The website MyKidsEatFree lists local restaurants that offer free meals for kids, with an accompanying paying adult. Joanie recommends dining out early in the week versus the weekend for more options.
Become A Product Tester
Many companies will reward you for your opinion and for using your data in consumer studies. Websites like Influenster, Toluna and Pinch Me will even send your products to test and review and all the samples are yours to keep.