Save that money!
Let’s face it, being a student with a limited income helps you realize how truly expensive life can be. We know that a few monthly expenses can quickly, and little savings can go a long way. Luckily, we have a compiled a list of tips and tricks to make your life a little bit cheaper.
It’s everywhere... you just have to ask!
Changing your shopping style may just be key! Check out some of your city’s best thrift stores and try out shopping online in the sales sections. If you’re okay with waiting for about a month for your stuff to come in head to Allie Express, and if you’re just into some cheap duds check out the sales sections at both Urban Outfitters and Miss Guided (you’re welcome).
Eat for Cheap
Try buying groceries rather than eating out, or find the cheapest eats around your city. Many places commonly have $5 food such as El Furniture Warehouse – with many locations across North America.
Capitalize on your Government Benefits
Check to see if you’re eligible for any government benefits- for example, if you’re a student in Canada, you can get benefits simply from living away from home as a student, if you’ve paid your rent on time. Find out more here.
Find the Discounts
Pay with Cash
It’s scientifically proven to be a factor in money saving because physical cash is perceived as more scarce to consumers than paying with plastic.
Use a Water Bottles
Get your own bottles ready; this is an easy way to save buying drinks while on-the-go, and a practical way to ensure you stay hydrated (and green!).
Coffee is a necessity (we get it), so never forget about these Starbucks hacks!
But also …
Take this into consideration.
Take Matters into Your Own Hands
Break something? Try fixing it yourself with the help of FixItClub.com; a website that will show you how to fix anything step-by-step.
Save on Dryer Sheets
Never buy dryer sheets again!
What are your favorite money-saving hacks? Share them with us in the comment section below.