7 Tips to Never Pay Full Price for Your Purchases

Deals are everywhere. It is just a matter of grabbing them. Why would you ever pay full price for anything when you can always get them at a discounted price? Following are 7 simple ways to maximize your money and earn savings daily.

  1. Buy from discount retailers.

Shop at off-price chain stores and get your hands on deals, even on brand name items. Some places to check out include Marshalls, Ross, Home Goods, and Burlington. Dollar stores, discount stores, and wholesale clubs are also good options.

  1. Keep your receipts.

Some stores offer a refund for items you have recently bought that are now on sale; The same goes if you bought the item from a different store at a cheaper price. The only thing you need is your receipt to prove how much you paid and the date of the purchase so make sure you keep them!

  1. Buy in or out of season.

Items like clothing, gardening supplies, and outdoor furniture are cheaper when purchased off season so always be on the lookout. On the flip side, you will find better deals on certain items when in season like fruits, vegetables, and nuts.

  1. Sign-up for e-mail lists.

Newsletters are a good way to find deals. Subscribe to your favorite and most frequented retailers to automatically receive notifications on sales, deals, exclusive promotions, and other discounts.

  1. Check for coupons and promo codes.

Manufacturer coupons and coupon codes are available online. Do a quick web search for them before making any digital purchase. You can also use browser extensions that scour the web for coupon codes for you.

  1. Stock up during sales.

When you are sure the price is a true bargain and the product has a long shelf-life, buy extra and stock up at home. Products like toothbrush, face wash, and toilet paper are prime candidates.

  1. Pay with cash-back credit cards.

If you are able to pay your credit card bill in full each month, it is smart to use a rewards credit card. You are already buying the item, why not get a little extra in return, right?

Ian Schindler