DealPass Visitors Dish on How They Stretch Dollars, Save Money

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True Life Savings Stories at DealPass Inspire Fellow Shoppers and Help Ease the Pinch on Their Purse Strings.

As the consumer confidence index plummets to a 13-year low in the wake of national disasters, record-high gasoline prices and an anticipated interest rate hike, internet users are visiting to seek out new ideas on how to cut costs and make their money work better for them. DealPass, an online portal for Adaptive Marketing LLC membership programs, encourages members to share their personal “savings stories” with fellow members so others can benefit from their money-saving tips and advice.

Karin R. writes, “As gas prices soar, we are so glad to be able to save a few dollars each month with our prepaid gas cards we purchase through Today's Escape. Every little bit helps.”

DealPass visitors can peruse dozens of Savings Stories posted by members as well as join any of the website’s low-or no-cost membership programs. DealPass also offers a host of ways for non-members to save money through Featured Deals, Coupons and Special Offers that are updated throughout the month.

As a one-stop shopper’s resource, DealPass helps consumers save time and money. GalleriaUSA member Cynthia P. shares, “I am doing my Christmas shopping early by purchasing gift cards to give to my family and friends. I'm saving money and time and worry using Galleria.”

And for those who are truly crunched for time, DealPass offers three no-fuss, no-muss tips you can incorporate into your busy lifestyle that will save you a bundle of money:

1. Balance your checkbook. Being conscious of how much money you have at your disposal will help you feel more in control of your finances -- and you’ll tend to spend more wisely!

2. Anticipate spending money. Keep a running list of everyday household items, groceries and personal care products as you begin to run low on them. Restocking before you run out of items gives you time to take advantage of sales, shopping online or making a trip to a less convenient store that offers better prices.

3. Hit the ATM just once a week. Withdrawing money from the ATM on an as-needed basis adds up quickly. Keep on hand enough money to cover your anticipated incidental expenses for the week -- then stay away from the ATM and keep within the bounds of your “weekly allowance.” You’ll save a bundle!

Monica H., concludes, “This site is really good! I saved on gas, medicines and shoes. Things I need to buy anyways! And the free shipping adds to the savings. Excellent service!”

About DealPass

DealPass is an online portal for Adaptive Marketing LLC’s membership programs. Adaptive Marketing LLC is a leading provider of membership discount programs. Headquartered in Stamford, Conn., Adaptive Marketing is a category leader in both membership and loyalty programs, bringing value direct to consumers through an array of benefits in healthcare, discounts, security, personal property and personals.


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