Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) January 27, 2012
SavingsLifestyle.com, a website dedicated to helping families save on the products and services they buy every day, has just launched its 2012 "Everyday Savings" series.
Through "Everyday Savings," SavingsLifestyle.com founder Andrea Deckard, a savvy saver, mother and wife, outlines simple money-saving tips to help keep family budgets in check. “Everyday Savings” is already underway, and with the help of readers, Andrea will share a new tip each day in 2012.
As part of the "Everyday Savings" series, SavingsLifestyle.com is inviting readers to share their own savings tips for a chance to win $50 for a tip each week! Tips can include a DIY project, a frugal recipe other ideas that are savings related to inspire someone to save more money today.
A $500 Grand Prize winner will be selected in January 2013, from each weekly winner throughout the year. You can read the full prize rules here. Find the savings strategies at SavingsLifestyle.com/Tips. Recent tips include:
● Cell Phone Savings -- Many cell phone plans offer a substantial savings if a line is added to an existing plan rather than having two (or more) plans in the same family.
● Using Misspelled Words to Save More -- Searching out favorite brand names of children’s clothing on Ebay with incorrect spellings (such as Jutsice, instead of Justice) in the title keeps the bidders down.
● End of Aisle Savings – Check the ends of aisles or the sale bin and combine with coupon for free products. They often have great markdowns that can end up free or almost free. SavingsLifestyle.com invites readers to get saving, and start sharing, today!
About Savings Lifestyle: Savings Lifestyle is a website dedicated to deals, freebies, couponing and money-saving strategies, founded by mother and savvy saver Andrea Deckard. Among the blog's most popular features is its free stuff database that allows savers to search by keyword for free samples and downloads found around the web. Find out more at SavingsLifestyle.com or SavingsLifestyle.com/Tips for the Everyday Savings” series.