Top 10 Best Ways to Save Money

The Top Ten
1 Use condoms

This man created the best list I have ever seen and I am very impressed about it. This is a very underrated list.

And yes, condoms can be used for safe sex to prevent pregnancy and STIs. You should be very careful on sexual intercourse. Having a baby costs very, very expensive. It averagely costs around $20,000 to $40,000 dollars to have one in the United States. Teen pregnancy ruins your fun as a teenager. You'll get kicked out of school and you will have a lot of responsibilities you're not ready yet. So, use condoms.

Whoever wrote this topic is the most intelligent person on Earth. People should use it not only to save money but for their own and their country's benefit by reducing population.

Condom => No kid => No stress => Healthy life => No medical expansion => No over population + Beautiful World to live peaceful life + whole life enjoyment.
Thanks.

Clever item. This makes sense since you don't want to end up having a kid. It would cost much for a kid, especially when you're poor.

2 Stop smoking

Who on Earth would buy something that could kill you? If you are smoking, stop this disgusting habit. It could damage your lungs (see lung cancer). The two reasons why people are still smoking because they think it's "cool" when someone is lying or doesn't understand, and nobody knew smoking is bad for you until about 1964. There used to be cigarette commercials on television, radio, magazines, etc until they were banned after 1970. If you never smoked, don't try it, I'm serious.

Cut out smoking, resist all urges of cigarette cravings. Smoking is the unwise way to spend money on and also very harmful. My dad's uncle used to smoked two packs of cigarettes a day. Imagine that? Later on, he died of lung cancer, that was estimated 10 years ago. Of course people know this stuff already, but please find a therapist if you are addicted to smoking and unable to resist. Once you start, you cannot stop.

Why would you spend your money on something that can kill you? Smoking is bad for you and it wastes money.

If you manage to stop smoking, not only will your health be better, you will also save a HUGE amount of money.

3 Reduce your bills

Yes, I could have voted for "use condoms" but I'm not because that post is just stupid and a joke to begin with. Raising kids costs money, it's practically an investment in and of itself. The reason why I voted for "reduce your bills" is because that is the best way to save your money. Kids are something you can avoid if you want to and right now in America there is more of a problem with people that don't know how to spend money then people with unwanted children. Yes that may not be true for some people, yes kid are experience, and yes there is a reason to use condoms, but some people can just shut their freaking mouths and take their money more seriously.

Ask your service providers if they have bundled services or unlisted discounts that you can use to save money.

Pay it down, make whatever it is your paying on last longer. Stop keeping up with the Jones's THEY ARE BROKE!

4 Reuse items

Don't trash the things you just got just because you used them once and don't like it. You could try making it into things you will likely use and can be your own fashion nobody at your school has. Pretty cool, huh?

This is the wisest way to save money In my opinion; bonus points if you know how to craft. I have a decade old cardboard box I use as a table and I see no need to have a desk even for a laptop.

My mom is Asian and she constantly does this. She reuses plastic water bottles and lunch bags, wash plastic jars and tin cans ad use them for storage containers, use cardboard boxes as storage, and collects plastic grocery bags.

I use and wash disposable plates and cups I buy at supermarkets, at least two times before throwing them to the trash can. It helps to save money!

5 Don't impulse shop

Yes I agree. This is actually something thought about unlike what is number one on the list right now. Do not eat out every day because cooking is fun, healthier and cheaper. Also if you don't need something don't buy it that simple.

It is wise to only go shopping when you have money in your pocket and after all bills are paid. Don't buy on impulse. It may sound like fun at the time but if you are like me and only get paid once a month, you will regret it very soon.

Sales really drive this along - people often buy things they don't really need just because they're half price. No matter the price, if you don't need it don't buy it.

I use my cellphone at stores. When I see a movie, book, etc I'm tempted to get, then I take a picture, go home, and rent it on netflix or reserve a copy at the library.

6 Work for yourself

Working for yourself will help you a lot, but you have to think about what kind of people you are, what attitude you have how motivated you are, how you are around others, not everyone who opens their own business are successful, the ones who are it's mostly based on their attitude and work style.

Working for our self will improve our credit score and then we can use that for gifting ourselves.

Find something you enjoy and find a way to make money at it.

I voted for this item because this what I have been doing for 3 months and it is working

7 Stop drinking alcohol

I think this means like stop drinking A LOT of alcohol. Don't drink too much because the next thing you know you are going to the store everyday getting some wine or beers.

Alcohol is really pointless, they taste bitter, makes your body weak and dehydrated.

By the way, I'm thirteen, so I think sodas are better.

8 Put it in the bank

That right there is the best way to save money. Put it in the bank and invest it so it grows over time. That way you have money on the side for emergencies of any kind.

um... saving is the best way to "save" money. How is this the last option? And that question answers why American's over spend and under save. Do you have 3 months income saved for an emergency? Do you have money saved for a medical emergency? If not stop spending and save.

Put in bank or bury it in safes under your house in a secret tunnel.

Then just be a hermit the rest of your life!

9 Cut your cable

I don't watch cable television anymore as I have moved on to streaming, and most TV shows now averagely has episode with less than a million viewers. Try free television. For me, it's interesting for me to explore.

Cable T.V. wastes your time due to all the annoying commercials. Why subject yourself to that? Cable is not only a money waster - it's a life waster!

Do you really need 999 channels? Many network channels are free digital signals or, go TV free.

Come on, you pay for this, and you still get commercials? Just use Pluto TV or something.

10 Internet selling

You can sell things that you don't want anymore or haven't used in a long time. But however, I can't sell online by myself as I am 13. Try selling it on eBay instead of Amazon because they scam it as personally made and not an officially released product. And don't overprice the item like $500 dollars or so. Make it the NICE PRICE.



Get the joke on the ending. It's a reference to Columbia's sticker from the 80s.

Use ebay for this.

The Newcomers

? Stop drinking coffee

Not only is caffeine addictive, but if you stop buying that 3$ coffee every morning, you'll save a lot of money. Let's say you bought 300 coffees last year and each one cost 3$, 300 x 3 = 900$. That amount of money could be used more efficiently.

Coffee is okay but Tea is Healthier it has less sugar and better too have

The Contenders
11 Do research

I was planning too buy my entire Christmas list on Amazon this year, but I found some good deals at stores like Ross so I did part of my shopping there instead!

I saved a ground breaking $30 due to doing research. It may take a while, but in the end, it works. Amazon is the best!

12 Wear your clothes longer

Clothes serve to shelter your body from the weather - and not wearing them at all has negative societal impacts, but there is no reason why the pants you bought last year that are now "out of style" can't be worn. How many shirts does a person need?

Yes. Definitely you should wear your clothes for a long time my dad has clothes from when he was a teen that he still occasionally wears.

Many people, more so women, tend to buy an outfit, wear it once and then never or rarely wear it again.

I'm not one to follow clothing trends. I just wear what fits the weather.

13 Cut back on the cell phone

Cell phones get people hooked and addicted anyway. It would be good both for your wallet and for your mental health to cut back on cell phone usage.

Cell phone plans are an easy way to cut back. Most people have internet access at their home or office already, learn to go without it in between.

Everyone is always making fun of Tracfone just because it is cheaper. Why don't you get it and see the difference of Tracfone and your old bill?

14 Cut down your food costs

So many people go out and buy food they don't need. I mean, a lobster shouldn't be eaten everyday. A lot of canned goods or even home made is good and save the leftovers.

I would recommend intermittent fasting. It's not only about weight control but also saves money.

Make restaurant meals at home, stay away from fast food.

15 Use coupons
16 Walk or cycle instead of driving

Not only it saves you some money but you'll prevent some car accidents especially when you're just introduced to driving. The only thing you'll have to worry are some drunk drivers injuring you via collision.

Here in saudi arabia you can't cycle without getting hurt. that's how it works in my city

17 Diy

Who needs to go to a professional studio to frame a photo when you can just go to a craft store or dollar store for a frame, print your own picture, and frame it yourself for 1/3 the price? "

18 Shop at discount stores

Yeah! Even I buy same 5 product, Target costs over 20 bucks but Walmart costs less than 10 bucks!

Or in other words, shop in a store that has products you consider as cheap.

There's no Wal-Mart in the Philippines.

Walmart is just the best

19 Avoid grocery shopping when you're hungry
20 Keep a jar and collect coins

That already exists. It's called a piggy bank.

I've been doing that for 10 years now.

It keeps you from being bank rob cause there not nobody that's going to go digging for money

21 Invest in yourself

If you invest in yourself you will be making more money then you had.

When you use more mind... You free your life

Explain how to do this

22 Buy a broken item and fix it
23 Do not go on dates

I ain't planning on dating, not only because of money, but also because I'm worried I might have a future child to take care of and it will be hell!

Maybe once in a while, but not once a week. I normally spend date times at the park.

So your telling everybody here to stay single? Great advice.

24 Stop buying medicines

I know someone who reads a bunch of articles online about supplements and things that help cure certain health issues. She takes a bunch of pills every day, even though she doesn't need them and is perfectly healthy, and buys multiple bottles often so she doesn't run out. All she is doing is making her liver work harder and spending money left and right. When you don't have any health issues, you-don't-take-anything! Simple.

That's a terrible idea!

I mean useful ones

25 Don't feed bad habits

For example, smoking. In pounds, the average pack of cigarettes is about $4.50, and some people smoke two packs a day, so... $9 a day is $63 a week... $63 pound! If you have a child who likes video games (another thing that you should really cut down on, but just saying) and they moan because they don't have a new game, if you quit smoking you could get them a new game every week if you wanted to!

At $63 a week that makes (in a 4 week month) $252 a month, and with 12 months a year, that's $3024 British Pounds... Think, what could you do with that extra three-thousand pounds a year... Help pay off bills so you live more comfortable? Whatever you decide it's a lot of money to be saving.

Just a bit more math for you... In 10 years, you will save $30240 a year. If you have been smoking for around that length of time 1. Your health is in risk, but 2. You could've afforded to go to Disney World once every year! If you have kids and want a good life for them, cut out the ...more

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