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Trivia Money Savers häçks Information


Dec 27, 2016
Di ko alam kung yung iba ay totoo dito sa Philippines.
  • When grocery shopping, the cheapest items will be on the top and bottom shelves, not at eye level.
  • You can get $100 off any vacation package from Delta Airlines if you book that trip during your birthday month.
  • Restaurants are required to give you free water. A good tip to know if you’re running in the heat.
  • LOZO.com will give you coupons for each item on your shopping list.
  • For frequent Starbucks customers: Buy and use a membership card. It only takes five transactions to get to the green level, and then coffee and tea refills are free.
  • When buying from a vending machine, insert your lowest value coin first. If the machine isn’t working, you won’t lose that much money.
  • Every November 7th is “Bring Your Own Cup Day” at 7-Eleven.
  • Always ask for a discount when buying jewelry. You’ll usually be able to get a good one.
  • Buying a gym membership? Most times, your health insurance company will completely reimburse the cost for you.
  • When shopping online, search for promo codes on Google before making a purchase. You can usually find a variety of discounts from free shipping to 25% off.
  • Never go to the grocery store hungry. You’ll end up buying several things you don’t actually need.
  • Too broke to travel? WWOOF is an organization that allows you to travel the world, with food and accommodations covered, in exchange for volunteer work.
  • Most car washes have a rain check policy where if it rains within 48 hours of your last visit, you can get your car washed again for free.
  • Don’t pay to learn a new language! You can learn Spanish, French, Italian, German, and Portuguese for free on Duolingo.com.
  • If you want to get a new laptop, phone, or other electronic device, get it in October. You can usually get up to 40% off most electronics.
  • On SNESFUN.com, you can play almost every single Nintendo game for free.
  • Starbucks offers an even smaller size than tall called a short. It’s cheaper and a much healthier size.
  • Two Domino’s medium two-topping pizzas online are cheaper than buying one from the store.
  • You can extend the length of a free trial by pushing back the date on your computer.
  • Close with your neighbors? Share your Wi-Fi and split the bill.
  • To save money when you shop, don’t touch anything. Touching an item makes you more likely to buy it.

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Di ata totoo yung WWOOF. Nagsearch ako eh. Para sa mga gusto matuto sa farming ata yyn
nag search din ako, totoo naman sya, perspective lang naman haha :LOL:
siguro ikaw nga lang magbabayad ng flight, pero tinutukoy ata dito kung sa parehas na continent ka nakatira, like north or south america or UK :p

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Volunteers choose what country they would like to visit and volunteer in and contact arrange the dates and duration of their stay at selected farms. The duration of a volunteer's stay can range from days to months, but is typically one to two weeks. Volunteers can expect to work for 4–6 hours a day for a full day's food and accommodation. Volunteers could be asked to help with a variety of tasks, including: sowing seed, making You do not have permission to view the full content of this post. Log in or register now., gardening, planting, cutting wood, weeding, harvesting, packing, milking, feeding, fencing, making mud-bricks, wine making, cheese making and bread baking.

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