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How to Save More Money: 349 Tips to Help You Keep Your Hard Earned Cash Kindle Edition


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#1 Best Seller for Amazon Kindle in Budgeting
#1 Best Seller for Amazon Kindle in Money Management

Here's what other readers are saying:

"When I bought this book I was afraid it would be the same old rehashed
money saving tips and if this were the case I was going to return it.
Thankfully, the book isn't full of the same stuff you can find on any
money saving website. Sure, there were some common sense ones, but
there were also a lot of tips regarding things you wouldn't normally
think of or find on sites like Wise Bread of Simple Dollar.  As
the description said, all I did was pay a penny for each tip and I'm
sure I'll save a lot more than what I spent on this book. Highly
recommended."

"I may have purchased this book because of the title and a funny cover
(we're all guilty of that sometimes), but what I found within far
exceeded my expectations. The tips are succinct and easy to follow.
Instead of listing a bunch of chore-like tasks I'll never get around to,
the items contained in this book are easy, simple changes, which means
I'll be far more likely to implement them. And that's all that matters
in the end."

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The reason "349 Ways to Save" looks at pretty much every conceivable way to save money (without being redundant like most money saving books) is simple:

What does it matter if you save $1,000 once or $1 one thousand times? Either way you're saving $1,000!

In "349 Ways to Save" you'll learn about money saving tips both big and small that won't affect your lifestyle and, over time, will save you an incredible amount of money. By purchasing this book you can find out about:

* an unusual way you can slash your air conditioning costs by up to 20% with just a simple coat of paint

* where to look online to score tons of free items (both large items as well as samples)

* how to save tons of money while still going out to your favorite restaurants

* where to get inexpensive clothes but still look like a million bucks

* lots more - well, 345 ways more!

So, ask yourself, are you willing to pay a penny for each money saving tip listed in this book in order to potentially save many thousands of dollars over your lifetime?

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9e4b4bd0) out of 5 stars 29 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ebabb64) out of 5 stars Lots of Good, Common Sense Ideas that Will Save You $$ July 6 2012
By Michael Gallagher - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
A lot of the material in this book is not rocket science, to me most of it is common sense, but I'm fairly certain you will find several gems in this guide that (a) you didn't know about it or didn't realize it, or (b) you may have known about it, but either didn't remember to use the tip in your walk of life. The author gets a tip of the hat from me for compiling the list together, as reading through it made me think a little bit about how I spend my cash - the ironic thing to me is I read this book while on a plane to Las Vegas where I certainly was able to put some of the action items into motion!

One thing I do like about this book is for the majority of the tips, if you sit back and quantify for example to order or not a $1.99 soft drink or iced tea with your lunch each work day - while $1.99 (plus tax) may not seem that much at the time, if you cut that out and ordered water you would save about $475 or more in one year alone. That's real money. Combine just one or two other tips from this book and you could save $1,000 in a year easily.

I see from some reviews there are some dings for bad formatting of the Kindle version. It's not 100% perfect, but it's not a bunch of glaring errors that annoy me. I originally picked this up for free during a Kindle promotion and as a I type this review I see it is still free: get it now while you can, but even if the author starts charging a few bucks for it I believe it would be well worth it and pay for itself if you just implement one of the ideas from this book.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e670438) out of 5 stars I like the author's presentation and ideas Jan. 14 2012
By John V. Papageorgiou - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I may have purchased this book because of the title and a funny cover (we're all guilty of that sometimes), but what I found within far exceeded my expectations. The tips are succinct and easy to follow. Instead of listing a bunch of chore-like tasks I'll never get around to, the items contained in this book are easy, simple changes, which means I'll be far more likely to implement them. And that's all that matters in the end.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa4995e10) out of 5 stars Excellent Advice - Frugality for a Brighter Future March 28 2012
By Rebecca of Amazon - Published on Amazon.com
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With so many of us struggling to make it from paycheck to paycheck, a book about how to save some money is very welcome. I clip coupons weekly and have a good general idea of my needs and wants. However this book gave me many more ideas I could implement immediately. I found this book to contain lots of practical wisdom. This book will teach you how to pay off loans faster, how to save money around the house by doing some of your own chores and how to save money at the grocery store by shopping once a week. A lot of us spend more on impulse purchases if we go more often! I use a lot of the ideas in this book on a daily basis like drinking water instead of pop which is full of sugar and more expensive. The only thing I disagreed with in this book was the advice to not get extended warranties. I had one on my treadmill for many years and it saved me a lot of money when repairs needed to be made. So it could be useful to have an extended warranty on something you know is going to last a long time and you are going to use a lot. If you used all the ideas in this book you could save thousands of dollars a year. The sooner you get this book the faster you will start saving lots of money. I'm glad I found this book. The only thing this book didn't mention was that you should get a Kindle and download all the free books you can get. I've noticed my book purchases have declined now that I get so many free Kindle books.

~The Rebecca Review
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9e6eef60) out of 5 stars If you are an over spender this is probably for you.... Feb. 18 2012
By Jason R - Published on Amazon.com
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I don't believe this book will be of much help to people who grew up in frugal/saver families or for people who are already money wise and use some common sense. I'm not bashing those that don't know these things but I'm just saying that most people who really want to save money have already thought about most of these things and/or are doing alot of them. I didn't find anything that was really earth shaking or new.

I'm giving it 3 stars because the advice is good but I terms of new ideas or clever ways of saving money that you couldn't have thought of yourself...it's probably only a 2 star book. Obviously, by the reviews alot of people found it helpful and I think that's great. I hope it helps other people save more of their hard earned money and hopefully realize that all this "stuff" we have doesn't really make us happy. I agree with another reviewer who said it could have been written in a list form, I think that would have made the book alot quicker to read and equally as helpful.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ebab480) out of 5 stars Save money by not purchasing the book March 31 2012
By Djd - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
99% of this book I considered to be common knowledge or something that wasn't worth my time. I felt as though a handful of tips were used as filler to get to 349.. Maybe there were only 304 tips and they had to make up 45 more. Some were incredibly obvious (If you own a home, consider refinancing!; turn the heat down in your house and put on an old sweater!). Others were just strange (If it's yellow, let it mellow.) Overall, there are definitely some tips in here that can help you save a few bucks a year. Added up all, it probably does amount to something. But with all the different things you need to do, you're better off just not purchasing a new pair of shoes once in a year than doing 15 other things to save the same amount over the course of 12 months.

One other nitpick, it mentioned don't buy brand names because the products are all essentially the same thing (which I agree with in some cases). But then later in the book it contradicts that by saying you get what you pay for.