500 money saving tips

Ways to Save Money

This is the ULTIMATE list of ways to save money. This list includes hundreds of ways to save on groceries, bills, household expenses, entertainment, travel, transportation, health care and more! Some of these tips are simple and easy to follow, while others require more effort and time to implement, so there is something for everyone, regardless of your financial situation. If you just try one or two tips, you won’t save a lot of money, but if you apply as many tips as possible, you will save several thousand dollars a year.

Tips to Save Grocery Money

  1. Know average food prices
  2. Use coupons
  3. Browse weekly announcements
  4. Use grocery rebate and rebate apps like Checkout 51, Ibotta or Savings Catcher
  5. Develop a grocery budget
  6. Make a meal plan
  7. Build your meal plan from weekly meat sales
  8. Stretch the meat further by adding it to pasta or rice and serving it with vegetables, beans, bread, salad or starchy foods
  9. Use a shopping list
  10. Grocery store at ALDI. The prices are 50% lower than those of other grocery stores.
  11. Use cloth bags instead of buying new ones (for example from ALDI)
  12. Bulk buy
  13. Cook in bulk and freeze the rest for later
  14. Buy things like spices and flour tortillas from Dollar Tree
  15. Cook from scratch. Make your own bread, croutons, granola bars, mixtures, pasta sauce, vinaigrette and pie crust
  16. Buy generic foods
  17. Do not buy convenience and ready-to-eat groceries.
  18. Buy seasonal products
  19. Grocery store only once a week or once a month
  20. Buy frozen meat
  21. Make your own spice mixes (e.g. taco and chili seasoning)
  22. Have a meatless Monday
  23. Prepare your lunch for work and school
  24. Don’t waste food and don’t let it go bad
  25. Have one night left
  26. Don’t buy individual portioned foods like cheese sticks, yogurt, or small bags of chips
  27. Don’t buy hungry
  28. Check your local recovery grocery store
  29. Shop the customs clearance aisles at the grocery store
  30. Sign up for loyalty programs
  31. Skip the deli
  32. Eat breakfast so as not to overeat at lunch
  33. Use your freezer more
  34. Divide your meat into portions when you buy in bulk. Wear it a little less than you normally would (3/4 lb instead of a whole pound) and it will stretch your meat more.
  35. Grow your own herbs
  36. Don’t buy fresh herbs at the grocery store
  37. Grate your own cheese
  38. Choose items with less packaging. They will cost less.
  39. No week or weekend without groceries and just cook what’s in your pantry
  40. Use lemon juice to store fruits and vegetables (for example, apples, pears)
  41. Check-out 150 things you can do instead of buying to save money
  42. Buy bagged potatoes instead of individual potatoes
  43. Know which days to go shopping to get promotions from the manager
  44. Watch the cashier to reduce pricing errors
  45. Buy healthy food instead of junk food. Processed foods can be expensive
  46. Take breakfast food for dinner. Breakfast food is cheaper.
  47. Don’t buy soda or flavored drinks
  48. Buy frozen or canned vegetables when it’s cheaper
  49. Replace inexpensive vegetarian foods such as beans, eggs, tofu and legumes with more expensive meat
  50. Buy a whole chicken instead of just the breasts and use the extra meat to prepare more meals (e.g. chicken salad sandwiches, chicken pie)
  51. Grow your own fruits and vegetables
  52. Use less milk in your cereals, coffee and recipes. Use water as a substitute when you can.
  53. Use milk powder instead of regular milk
  54. Prepare meals from the foods you already have in your pantry. For example, if you have a lot of canned beans, consider meals with beans (eg Chili, bean soup, beans and rice)
  55. Pay the groceries in cash. This will keep you within your budget.
  56. Eat products that will go bad first (like bananas, lettuce and strawberries)
  57. Buy frozen fruit for pies and smoothies
  58. Buy inexpensive cuts of meat and cook them with a slow cooker
  59. Learn how can your own fruits and vegetables
  60. Cook the dry beans instead of canning them
  61. Use your slow cooker
  62. Buy from specialty stores (for example, Asian markets, ethnic grocery stores). Items are cheaper there than regular grocery stores.
  63. Harvest vegetables (for example, celery, green onions, romaine lettuce)
  64. Stock up on sale items
  65. Buy local
  66. Avoid impulse purchases while shopping
  67. Buy products on farmers’ markets
  68. Get a credit card with cash back at the grocery store. It only helps you save money if you reimburse it in full each month
  69. Reuse coffee grounds
  70. Make your own baby food
  71. Make a list of inexpensive recipes to build your meal plans with
  72. Make your coffee at home and take it with you
  73. Give up coffee all together, if you can
  74. Get a rain check if the sale items are sold out
  75. Buy bread at bread outlets
  76. Use leftover food (bread crust for croutons, apple peels for apple cider vinegar)
  77. Buy canned meat and fish
  78. Replace inexpensive ingredients with expensive ingredients
  79. Plan your grocery trip wisely. Know the best days and times to take advantage of special offers.
  80. Check unit prices when buying in bulk
  81. Bake by freezing in batches
  82. Buy a cast iron skillet. It will last you a lifetime.
  83. Cook with frugal foods (for example, beans, lentils, soups, oats)
  84. Do not automatically throw away food that has passed the purchase date. It doesn’t necessarily mean it’s bad.
  85. Save the bacon fat to use for cooking oil
  86. Store food properly to make it last longer
  87. Freeze food to prevent it from getting stale or going bad
  88. Keep snacks in the car to avoid buying snacks while you’re away
  89. Drink water
  90. Make your own flavored water
  91. Don’t buy bottled water
  92. Buy a whole ham and slice it for cheaper breakfast meat
  93. Get a reusable water bottle when you’re on the go
  94. Install a sink filter
  95. Know when to skip bio
  96. Join a warehouse club
  97. Pay attention to expiration dates
  98. Join a cooperative
  99. Keep an inventory of your pantry to find out what you have and what you need
  100. Pick your own fruit in an orchard
  101. Consider buying a freezer to store loose items for an extended period
  102. Don’t eat out or eat less often

    Money Saving Tips

  103. Order water
  104. Don’t buy alcohol
  105. Subscribe to email alerts to get coupons
  106. Share an entry
  107. Order to leave
  108. Plan ahead. Check out restaurant menus online and decide where you can get the best food at the best price. Trip Advisor, Yelp or Foursquare can help.
  109. Check restaurant websites for coupons or discounts.
  110. Use restoration certificates, but be sure to read the fine print before buying.
  111. Start with a small snack at home so as not to order too much at the restaurant
  112. Eat buffet
  113. Buy discount gift cards at Granny Gift Card
  114. Order from the value / special menu
  115. Go to mom’s and pop dinners instead of chain restaurants. Typically, prices will be cheaper and portions will be larger.
  116. Get free food for your birthday
  117. Order from the children’s menu
  118. Skip the desserts
  119. Tip based on the service you receive. Don’t automatically tip 15%
  120. Go to restaurants that use student, military or senior discounts (if applicable)
  121. Choose takeaway delivery rather than delivery
  122. Buy an aperitif instead of a meal
  123. Instead of ordering a Dominos pizza, get the ingredients at the store and make it yourself or buy a frozen pizza. It will cost 50% less.
  124. Instead of going out for dinner, eat at home and just go out for dessert
  125. Take the survey at the bottom of your receipt to receive free food
  126. Look for Valpak restaurant coupons
  127. Go to restaurants where children eat free
  128. Go out for lunch or during happy hour instead of dinner

    Ways to Save Money on Bills and Finances

  129. Contact companies to reduce your bills. Many companies are willing to withdraw $ 10-20 from your bill each month to keep you as a customer.
  130. Deactivate the drying cycle on the dishwasher and let the dishes air dry
  131. Use a prepaid cell phone
  132. Use a clothesline instead of a dryer
  133. Cancel your residential telephone service
  134. Keep your refrigerator coils clean. This will help it function more efficiently.
  135. Turn off the lights when you are not in the room
  136. If you have credit cards, try to negotiate interest rates
  137. Do your own taxes
  138. See if your business or college graduates are offering discounts on gym subscriptions, cell phone plans, hotels, etc. I get 20% off my cell phone bill every month this way.
  139. Use the snowball method to pay off your debts
  140. Always seek insurance before it renews each year
  141. Get a magic jack if you really need a home phone
  142. Use Netflix, Roku or Hulu instead of cable TV (see Ultimate Guide to Cutting the Cable Cord for more cable alternatives)
  143. Buy your own modem so you don’t have to pay $ 5 a month to rent the modem to the Internet company
  144. Make a budget
  145. Use online banking and go paperless. Some banks charge a fee for sending you paper statements!
  146. Install storm windows if you have severe winters
  147. Don’t pay interest on credit cards
  148. Mix by hand to save electricity
  149. Consider a cash budget only for restaurant meals, entertainment, and shopping to make sure you don’t spend too much
  150. Do not use credit cards
  151. Unplug electronics and devices before leaving your house and at night when you sleep
  152. Turn clothes over while washing to keep their appearance
  153. Check the plumbing for leaks
  154. Install low flow faucets and shower heads
  155. Get a programmable thermostat – improves AC efficiency
  156. Use curtains and blinds to protect from the sun
  157. Seal cracks around windows and doors with weather stripping
  158. Use energy efficient bulbs
  159. Shorten your dryer vent
  160. Use a surge protector
  161. Wear clothes more than once before washing them
  162. Wash clothes only once a week
  163. Operate appliances at night to avoid energy price spikes
  164. Planning a furnace or boiler development
  165. Use ceiling fans and turn up the thermostat
  166. Change your AC filter regularly
  167. Insulate your water heater
  168. Install dimmers
  169. Slow down your Internet service
  170. Improve your credit score to save money on interest
  171. Maximize the air flow. For example, set a fan to blow air out of a window when it is hot.
  172. Boil water in the microwave rather than on the stove. It uses 50% less energy.
  173. Perform regular air conditioning maintenance
  174. Empty your water heater once a year to avoid the accumulation of sediment on the heating coil
  175. Fixed leaky facets
  176. Try to go cash only on weekends
  177. Spend less than you earn
  178. Use a heater instead of the furnace when possible
  179. Use ceiling fans in summer and reverse their direction in winter to keep warm air circulation
  180. Keep curtains and blinds closed during the day to block the sun
  181. Wash clothes in cold water
  182. Always wash lots of clothes
  183. Get a water heater timer
  184. Use a budget tracking app
  185. Invest in Energy Star appliances
  186. Plug the electronics into the power strips
  187. Turn off the water when you’re not using it (for example, brushing your teeth, shaving and shampooing)
  188. Check for loose roof shingles and secure with roof cement
  189. Use the microwave instead of the oven when possible
  190. Consider planting trees to shade your home during the summer
  191. Set the temperature of your water heater to 120 degrees
  192. Pay your bills online to avoid late fees
  193. Open a savings account
  194. Make financial goals
  195. Transfer debt to a lower interest rate credit card with a 0% balance transfer. You must repay it before the interest offer expires.
  196. Increase your auto insurance deductible
  197. Get an interest-bearing chequing account
  198. Stop paying for unused memberships
  199. Use free online phone services to make calls
  200. Get a free or low cost home energy audit from your energy company
  201. Monitor your bank account and be aware of your expenses
  202. Consider using alternative energy to save on grid electricity costs
  203. Request that the fees be waived. (e.g. installation fees, bank fees, deposits, etc.)
  204. If you can, pay auto insurance annually for a discount
  205. Try money saving challenges
  206. Wear sweaters, comfortable pajamas and slippers around the house in winter and don’t increase the heat too much
  207. Comparison shop for the best cell package that meets your needs
  208. Check your invoices. Sometimes you will end up being overcharged
  209. Live within your means
  210. Avoid ATM and overdraft fees
  211. Save your change. It adds up over time.
  212. Go to a credit union or community bank
  213. Consider renting a space in your home that you don’t use as a guest bedroom AirBnB
  214. Configure automatic direct deposit into your savings account for each pay period
  215. Consider moving to a cheaper city
  216. Add the money you saved with these tips to your savings account

    Ways to Save Money in the Home

  217. Make your own laundry detergent, Dishwasher soap and softening
  218. Use baking soda to clean your home instead of buying expensive cleaning products
  219. Use homemade magic erasers instead of sponges to clean your house
  220. Or cut your sponges in half to save money
  221. Turn your bar of soap into a gallon of liquid soap
  222. Recycle your printer cartilage at Staples to get coupons
  223. Refill your ink cartridges
  224. Use both sides of the paper
  225. Use free software instead of paid software (for example, Google Docs or OpenOffice instead of Microsoft Office)
  226. Mix and use the leftover soap
  227. Use a push mower instead of a gasoline mower
  228. Use distilled vinegar to disinfect floors and clean the glass
  229. Use baking soda to deodorize your home (for example, litter, pet accidents, refrigerator)
  230. Use a wind-up clock instead of an electric clock
  231. Leftover compost to use in your garden
  232. Replace aluminum foil with cookware with lids
  233. Keep empty jars to use for storing food or household items
  234. DIY only when it saves you money
  235. Reuse wrapping paper
  236. Cover your pool when not in use
  237. Flush the toilet less. If it is yellow, let it soften, if it is brown, rinse it off.
  238. Replace garbage bags with used grocery bags.
  239. Purify the air with indoor plants
  240. Learn how to do your own repairs
  241. Use reusable paper towels or hand cloths
  242. Use rechargeable batteries
  243. DIY Goo Gone
  244. Use borax for pest control, stain removal and cleaning. Here are 20 uses for borax.
  245. Reuse what you have
  246. Wash your own car
  247. Use cloth towels instead of paper towels
  248. Keep grocery and bread bags instead of zip-loc bags
  249. Get home improvement supplies from places like Habitat for Humanity or from discounted warehouses.
  250. Buy second-hand tools at thrift stores and garage sales
  251. Rent or borrow tools that you only plan to use once or twice
  252. Use less household products (shampoo, laundry detergent, soap, etc.)
  253. Do your own housekeeping. There are many DIY tutorials on YouTube and Google to help you.
  254. Use reusable food containers instead of plastic bags
  255. Reuse egg cartons for storing ornaments or to start sowing
  256. Declutter your home and sell unused items on Craigslist, EBay, Amazon or at a garage sale
  257. Make your own garden
  258. Use baking soda to remove pencil, pencil, ink and scuff marks
  259. Cut out old t-shirts and use them as cleaning cloths
  260. Save wooden pallets to make furniture and decorations
  261. Use shoe boxes as organizers and storage containers
  262. Reuse everyday items into something new (e.g. make a tote from a pillowcase or use a cereal box as desk organizer)
  263. Make your own candles or air fresheners

Tips for saving your personal expenses

  1. Get your hair cut only twice a year
  2. DIY manicure
  3. Get discounted or free haircuts at beauty schools
  4. Use old toothbrushes to scrub small areas
  5. Make your own hand sanitizer
  6. Stock up on toiletries when they’re on sale
  7. Sign up for your pharmacy’s loyalty program
  8. Simplify your beauty regime
  9. Join the Dollar Shave Club
  10. Get free product samples at makeup counters or online
  11. Buy personal care items in bulk
  12. Mix your foundation with a lotion to make it last longer
  13. Make your own beauty products
  14. Make your own personal care products (e.g. shampoo, lotion, toothpaste, deodorant)
  15. Instead of dyeing hair in a salon, dye it at home
  16. Look for more efficient packaging. Products with less packaging will be cheaper.
  17. Make skin scrubs with sugar or salt
  18. Use olive oil as a moisturizer and makeup remover
  19. Buy makeup that does a double duty
  20. DIY shaving cream
  21. Use washable diapers
  22. DIY your manicures and pedicures
  23. Shop Dollar Tree for the beauty products you want, but with lower price tags.
  24. Add 3-1 water to shampoo or shower gel without reducing their effectiveness
  25. Press the last piece of product. 10% of most products are not used.
  26. For special events, go to a beauty school to get free or cheap makeup.
  27. Use a Diva cup instead of disposable feminine hygiene products

    Money Saving Tips

  28. Never pay the high price
  29. Use coupons, promotional codes and other discounts
  30. Never pay for shipping. Many stores offer free delivery offers or free pickup options.
  31. Use old jeans for patches and recycle them in handbags or a shopping bag
  32. Price match
  33. Repair clothes instead of throwing them away
  34. Use a razor to shave pilling clothes
  35. Buy cleaning supplies and housewares at Dollar Tree
  36. Buy used cookware, dishes and decorations from thrift stores or home stores at discounted prices
  37. Consider quality rather than quantity
  38. Use clear nail polish to stop pantyhose runs and prevent loose pimples from falling out
  39. Make your own stain remover
  40. Buy used clothing at thrift stores, consignment stores or Plato’s closet
  41. Off season shop
  42. If you want to buy new clothes, shop at low-cost retailers like Burlington or TJ Maxx
  43. Do not store your credit / debit cards online. This will help you resist the temptation to buy things on impulse.
  44. Customs clearance racks
  45. Check out the free section of Craigslist
  46. Bargain if applicable (usually for large purchases such as used cars, appliances, rent, insurance)
  47. Make your own gifts for holidays and birthdays
  48. Spend a weekend without spending
  49. Consider buying refurbished electronics
  50. Take advantage of price matching
  51. Do not make flash sales and do not cancel any email alerts for them so as not to be tempted
  52. Rent or borrow clothes for special occasions
  53. Learn to sow your own clothes
  54. Use cash back apps like Ebates when shopping online
  55. Avoid shopping malls
  56. Buy video games from used video game stores, Craigslist or thrift stores
  57. Buy video games that have a lot of replay value
  58. Instead of buying new books, movies and CDs, magazines, check them out at the library. See my article on 150 free things that libraries offer
  59. If you want to buy Blu-Rays, DVDs, books, CDs for your collection, then buy them at thrift stores, second-hand DVD stores or on Amazon (many popular multimedia items cost a penny + shipping on Amazon)
  60. Exchange books, music and DVDs with friends
  61. Comparative online store
  62. Ignore extended warranties
  63. Try to buy used clothing from online websites like Poshmark and ThredUp
  64. Sign up for free samples
  65. Get gifts
  66. Buy items out of season (eg Swimwear and patio furniture after summer)
  67. Buy toys in thrift stores
  68. Resellers for designer items
  69. Do not sign up for store credit cards
  70. Visit factory outlets
  71. Exchange clothes
  72. Do not spend money when you are emotional
  73. Go to flea markets and garage sales
  74. Buy used furniture from thrift stores, consignment stores or Craigslist and give them a makeover to match your decor.
  75. Buy quality clothes because they will last longer
  76. Do extensive research on large purchases
  77. Buy in discount stores for uniforms
  78. Avoid buying clean, dry clothes
  79. Know when to buy things
  80. Think before you buy. Ask yourself: is the item really worth the number of hours I worked to pay for it?
  81. Take your credit card out of your wallet before shopping to avoid impulse purchases
  82. Don’t go shopping just because you’re bored
  83. Use layaway instead of credit cards; it is pointless.
  84. Don’t buy something just because it’s on sale
  85. Wait 72 hours before making a large purchase to make sure you don’t end up with buyer’s remorse
  86. Buy birthday cards at Dollar Tree (they’re $ 0.50!)
  87. Or make your own birthday cards to give it a personal touch
  88. Give pastries as a gift
  89. Shop after Christmas sales and Black Friday sales

    Money Saving Tips

  90. Organize sharing parties
  91. Invite friends instead of going out
  92. Choose a cheap hobby or a hobby you can enjoy
  93. Do outdoor activities like hiking or camping
  94. For the Holidays, buy gift wrap and party supplies at Dollar Tree
  95. Find cheap entertainment on Groupon or Living Social. A few months ago, I got $ 4 movie tickets from Groupon!
  96. Go to the movies in the morning for reduced prices
  97. Have fun learning practical crafts
  98. Go to free festivals and fairs
  99. Have a DIY spa day
  100. Find free local activities on your city’s website
  101. To go to the beach
  102. Have a book swap
  103. Try virtual fitness classes instead of paying for a gym membership
  104. Read online magazines (usually free)
  105. Visit the weekend farmer’s market
  106. Have a barbecue
  107. Play a free computer game
  108. Go dancing when the blanket is free
  109. Download free eBooks
  110. Don’t buy tickets online to avoid convenience fees
  111. Organize a film marathon
  112. Go fishing
  113. Cycling on a scenic bike path
  114. Try a new recipe
  115. Plan a vacation
  116. Create a book club
  117. Play video games
  118. Try the geocache
  119. Have a game night
  120. Buy one reduction book
  121. Visit a local farm
  122. Take a tour of the brewery
  123. Play cards
  124. To go swimming
  125. Cancel magazine and newspaper subscriptions
  126. Go to art galleries
  127. Volunteer
  128. Stream free music from Pandora or Spotify
  129. Watch free movies or TV shows on Crackle
  130. Play sports
  131. Binge watching a big TV show on Netflix
  132. See plays in your local theater – student or amateur performances
  133. Visit your community center for free / inexpensive activities
  134. Look for free entry to museums, zoos, aquariums, etc.
  135. Take free lessons at your local library or online

    Tips for saving money on transportation and travel costs

  136. use Gas buddy to find the cheapest gas in the region
  137. Walk or use public transportation if possible
  138. Clean your car to increase fuel consumption
  139. Do not speed up. It decreases fuel economy
  140. Consider having only one car
  141. Consider public transportation or carpooling
  142. Improve your energy efficiency
  143. Consolidate your shopping
  144. Reduce your trips
  145. Buy a good used car with less than 30,000 miles instead of a new car
  146. Avoid idling your car
  147. Spin your tires
  148. Change your car’s air filter every 3 months. It increases your gas mileage by 7%.
  149. Buy discount gasoline gift cards on Gift Card Granny or Cardpool
  150. Lower windows increase fuel economy by 9.5%
  151. Take advantage of discounts on car insurance
  152. Make sure your tires are inflated to save on fuel consumption
  153. Avoid toll roads
  154. Consider telecommuting jobs
  155. Use discounts like AAA or Student ID
  156. Off season travel
  157. Bring food for car trips and bring a cooler
  158. Plan your trip in detail
  159. Create a travel budget
  160. Be flexible on where and when to get the best airfare deals
  161. Reserve in advance
  162. Fly with red eyes or early in the morning
  163. Avoid flying on weekends. Tuesday and Wednesday are the cheapest days to fly.
  164. Envisagez plusieurs itinéraires lors de la réservation de vols
  165. Envolez-vous vers une ville clé et roulez à partir de là
  166. Visitez le bureau d’information touristique local et obtenez des brochures contenant des coupons
  167. Rejoignez un programme de fidélisation
  168. Avoir un séjour-cation
  169. Assurez-vous qu’aucun frais supplémentaire ne vous est facturé lors de la location d’une voiture
  170. Évitez les activités de piège à touristes et faites du tourisme. Faites des promenades panoramiques, faites de la randonnée, faites des pique-niques, allez dans les parcs nationaux, visitez des sites historiques
  171. Utilisez une carte de crédit de voyage avec de grandes récompenses
  172. Suivez les changements de prix des billets d’avion avec Kayak et recevez des alertes par e-mail lorsque le prix baisse
  173. Pensez à AirBnB, aux auberges ou au camping au lieu des hôtels et des motels
  174. Ne payez pas de frais de bagages. Apportez un bagage à la place.
  175. Inscrivez-vous aux programmes de fidélité des hôtels pour obtenir des réductions et des séjours gratuits
  176. Découvrez la billetterie de la ville cachée
  177. Trouver des escapades locales
  178. Utilisez des sites Web comme Priceline ou Expedia pour trouver les meilleures offres d’hôtels
  179. Essaie le Rome 2 Rio moteur de recherche de transport pour trouver le moyen le moins cher d’arriver à destination
  180. Envisagez un forfait voyage
  181. Mangez comme un local
  182. Faites des pique-niques au lieu de manger au restaurant
  183. Essayez de choisir un hôtel avec petit déjeuner gratuit inclus
  184. Économisez les articles de toilette de l’hôtel pour ne pas avoir à acheter de bouteilles de voyage lors de votre prochain voyage
  185. Si vous ne le pouvez pas, alors prenez des articles de petit-déjeuner bon marché dans une épicerie (banane, bagel, etc.) et non dans un café ou un café!
  186. Obtenez des cartes-cadeaux de voyage à prix réduit
  187. Emportez léger et réservez en ligne
  188. Utilisez un carnet de coupons pour voyager
  189. Soyez conscient des frais d’itinérance lorsque vous voyagez
  190. Trouver des coupons pour les voitures de location
  191. Dollar et Thrifty ont les meilleures offres sur les voitures de location
  192. Envisagez de conduire au lieu de voler. C’est généralement moins cher.
  193. Mangez en dehors de la zone touristique. Utilisez Foursquare, Yelp ou Trip Advisor pour trouver de la bonne nourriture à bas prix.
  194. Vérifiez les offres spéciales ou les tarifs erronés avec des sites Web comme Vol secret or L’accord de vol

    Conseils pour économiser de l’argent sur les dépenses de santé

  195. Acheter des médicaments génériques
  196. Obtenez des rabais sur les médicaments avec http://www.goodrx.com/
  197. Essayez les remèdes maison avant d’acheter des médicaments
  198. Obtenez les médicaments en vente libre à Dollar Tree
  199. Obtenez des lentilles de contact de DiscountContactLens.com
  200. Négocier des factures médicales coûteuses
  201. Abandonnez les habitudes malsaines comme le tabagisme
  202. Focus sur les soins préventifs
  203. Assurez-vous de payer un prix équitable pour les soins de santé
  204. Si vous n’avez pas d’assurance dentaire, rendez-vous dans les écoles dentaires pour obtenir des examens et des nettoyages de dents bon marché.
  205. Lavez-vous les mains pour ne pas tomber malade
  206. Essayez la vente par correspondance pour les médicaments à long terme
  207. Demandez à votre médecin des échantillons de médicaments à court terme
  208. Adoptez de saines habitudes
  209. Recherchez soigneusement différentes options d’avantages avant de faire une sélection
  210. N’achetez pas de suppléments
  211. Commandez des médicaments en vrac
  212. Négocier les prix dans les hôpitaux et les cabinets de médecins
  213. Visitez une clinique de santé au détail pour les petits problèmes
  214. Réagissez avec des allégations refusées
  215. Visitez le site Web de Partnership for Prescription Assistance pour bénéficier de remises sur les médicaments
  216. Essayez les pharmacies maman et pop pour des prix plus bas sur les médicaments
  217. Gardez vos montures actuelles lorsque vous mettez à jour votre prescription de lunettes
  218. Vérifiez votre facture médicale. 8 factures d’hôpital sur 10 contiennent des erreurs.
  219. Évitez les urgences lorsque cela est possible
  220. Consultez les plans de remise santé
  221. Profitez de projections gratuites
  222. Réduisez votre co-paiement d’ordonnance
  223. Adhérez à un plan dentaire à prix réduit
  224. Suivez les ordres de votre médecin, sinon vous pourriez vous retrouver avec plus de factures médicales
  225. Comparez les coûts des tests de laboratoire
  226. Consultez le site Web du fabricant du médicament pour connaître les coupons ou les remises
  227. Envisagez un plan à franchise élevée
  228. Choisissez des garnitures moins chères
  229. Consultez les cliniques de santé gratuites ou à bas prix
  230. Utiliser des prestataires de soins en réseau
  231. Frais de service de recherche en ligne
  232. Payez en espèces pour bénéficier de remises sur la facture de votre médecin
  233. Créez un plan de paiement si vous ne pouvez pas payer votre facture en totalité
  234. Créer un compte d’épargne santé
  235. Envisagez d’utiliser la télémédecine
  236. Obtenez toujours un deuxième avis si le médecin recommande des procédures coûteuses
  237. Sachez ce que votre assurance couvre et ne couvre pas
  238. Obtenez des soins préventifs gratuits comme des vaccins contre la grippe
  239. Si vous avez Medicare Part B depuis plus de 12 mois, vous obtenez une visite de bien-être gratuite tous les 12 mois, alors assurez-vous de l’utiliser
  240. EyeCare America fournit des soins oculaires par le biais d’ophtalmologistes bénévoles, sans frais pour les personnes âgées qualifiées.
  241. Utilisez des coupons pour économiser sur les médicaments en vente libre
  242. Achetez un approvisionnement d’un an en lentilles de contact avant l’expiration de votre prescription afin de ne pas avoir à payer pour l’examen de la vue chaque année. Pour la plupart des gens, un examen tous les deux ans suffit.
  243. Achetez des lunettes à un détaillant en ligne à bas prix comme http://eyebuydirect.com/

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