It's about time for another post here, don't you think?
So you have tech lying around that you have already replaced or you want to replace and you want to get some cash for it. I don't blame you! You can sell it to someone you know who is in the market, or maybe you list it on ebay. Then you have to deal with packaging and shipping. Not a huge issue for an iPad, but safety shipping a 27" Mac is another story. Have you heard of Apple's Trade Up program?
My experience with Apple's Trade Up Program
Checking your bank and credit card statements carefully can help you to save money by catching erroneous charges or subscription membership dues you may be overlooking. Sometimes, unfortunately, you may need to file a dispute with a company. The good news is that it does not have to be painful. In fact, many companies make it simple to do online without ever having to pick up a phone and wait on hold. Here's how to file a dispute online if you have a Discover Card.
How crazy does this photo look? Crazy right...
But seriously, a quick tip to get the last bits of product out of the tube is to just get out the old scissors. The size of the tube and product type determine the way you may cut it. You would be surprised how much extra product is inside these when you can’t really squeeze any out anymore!
Would you do this or do you think this is taking things to far?
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One of my most visited posts every month is How to Get Free Toms Shoes Every Year (or sooner!).
Recently I noticed that Tom’s has made some adjustments to their Passport Rewards Program and I wanted to bring them to your attention.
If you're in the market for new glasses you have probably been rudely reminded how expensive glasses can be! If you're like me, you already used your insurance allowance on contact lenses, so you are replacing your glasses out of your own pocket or spending account.
This year I finally tried Zenni Optical. They advertise glasses as low as $6.95! You can really find decent frames for this price. Of course you can add on various lens qualities and other upgrades, but all in all this website is definitely a great way to get affordable prescription glasses and sunglasses. If you have an FSA or HSA account, you can use funds from those accounts at Zenni Optical with no problem. Just use your FSA debit card or HSA debit card during the check out process.
In case you are wondering, (I did) Glasses come in a blue plastic case with a cleaning cloth.
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Let me know if you love Zenni Optical!