One of the most popular New Years Resolutions is to, “Get Organized.” With New Years just passing – one thing will be certain, people are going to want to unload their junk. And what better way to do that than through the most popular online classifieds: Craigslist. We’re bringing you the Ultimate Guide to Using and Saving Money on Craigslist. Bookmark this page as we plan to keep it up-to-date. Any other top-secret Craigslist tips that you’re proud of? Let us know in the comments below!
Your birthday is a time for you to celebrate your special day, so why should you have to pay to have fun? The answer is simple, you don’t. There are many places that value your business so much they’ve said, “Hey, that sundae is on us today.” You might have to sign up for a free reward card here and there but you will probably use it more than once anyways. So, here is the rundown of Free Food on Your Birthday + Other Stuff:
“Skip the iPhone? Are you crazy?!” Perhaps, but hear me out. First, I’ll declare that I am not an “Apple Hater”, I owned the very first iPhone upon it’s release date, but have since, switched to various other unlocked smartphones to save money, among other reasons. With the recent release of the iPhone 4s, millions of people are
thinking about to renew their cellular plan. But think again – how much will the iPhone really cost? Engadget compares the true cost of the iPhone 4s across it’s three carriers; AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon. They conclude that:
The cheapest taste of the iPhone comes courtesy of AT&T with 450 minutes and 200MB of data for $55 before additional taxes and fees — but sadly, those numbers won’t afford music / video fanatics very much streaming. Per month, the plans range from around $55 for the lowest end of the range to $170 for Verizon’s unlimited talk / text and 12GB worth of data. Sprint’s plan sets itself apart from the pack by offering truly unlimited, uncapped data as part of its voice plans whereas the others taper off at 12GB or even 4GB (AT&T).
That’s $55 for the bare minimum, the semi-unlimited (4GB cap) will set you back a cool $115 a month. That doesn’t even include how much you’ll inevitably spend in iTunes and the App Store. If you’re dead set on getting an iPhone – a few of the tips I’ll share could potentially lower your plan to around $70 a month, for but maximum benefit, consider an unlocked smartphone.