50 Ways To Save Money Everyday!

This is our extensive list of the best, and simplest ways you can save money everyday, from the little things, to the big things, it all helps!

Please go through and find the things that might fit your lifestyles!

Save Money, Save Time!

1. Bring your own coffee or tea to work instead of buying it.
 

2. Use cashback apps like Ibotta, Rakuten, or Honey for online and in-store shopping.
 

3. Cook at home instead of eating out.
 

4. Cancel subscriptions you no longer use or need.
 

5. Use a programmable thermostat to save on energy bills.
 

6. Buy generic or store-brand products instead of name-brand products.
 

7. Cut cable TV and switch to streaming services.
 

8. Use a library card to borrow books, movies, and music for free.
 

9. Take advantage of free events and activities in your community.
 

10. Shop at thrift stores and consignment shops for clothing and home goods.
 

11. Use energy-efficient light bulbs and appliances.
 

12. Drink tap water instead of buying bottled water.
 

13. Make your own cleaning products using simple ingredients like vinegar and baking soda.
 

14. Walk, bike, or take public transportation instead of driving.
 

15. Use coupons and promo codes for online and in-store shopping.
 

16. Buy in bulk for non-perishable items like toilet paper and laundry detergent.
 

17. Unplug electronics and appliances when not in use.
 

18. Use a clothesline or drying rack instead of a dryer.
 

19. Keep your car well-maintained to avoid costly repairs.
 

20. Use a budgeting app or spreadsheet to track your expenses.
 

21. Sell items you no longer need or use on online marketplaces like eBay or Facebook Marketplace.
 

22. Make your own meals and snacks instead of buying pre-packaged or fast food.
 

23. Use free or low-cost workout options like hiking, jogging, or online videos.
 

24. Use a credit card with cashback rewards for everyday purchases.
 

25. Use free online tools like Mint or Personal Capital to track your finances.
 

26. Use a refillable water bottle instead of buying bottled water.
 

27. Choose lower-cost entertainment options like free movies and TV shows or video games.
 

28. Use a price comparison tool to find the best deals on products and services.
 

29. Use a prepaid phone plan instead of a traditional cell phone plan.
 

30. Buy and freeze fruits and vegetables when they are in season and less expensive.
 

31. Avoid buying items on impulse and stick to your shopping list.
 

32. Use public Wi-Fi instead of paying for a data plan on your phone.
 

33. Invest in energy-efficient windows and insulation for your home.
 

34. Use a grocery delivery service to avoid impulse purchases at the store.
 

35. Use a loyalty program to earn rewards for purchases you would make anyway.
 

36. Shop for holiday and birthday gifts throughout the year to avoid last-minute, expensive purchases.
 

37. Use a high-yield savings account to earn interest on your savings.
 

38. Buy refurbished electronics instead of brand new items.
 

39. Use a library to borrow movies and TV shows instead of renting or buying them.
 

40. Use a no-fee checking account to avoid monthly fees.
 

41. Use a programmable coffee maker to avoid wasting coffee.
 

42. Use a reusable bag for grocery shopping to avoid paying for plastic bags.
 

43. Use a reusable water filter instead of buying bottled water.
 

44. Use a slow cooker or pressure cooker to make inexpensive meals with less effort.
 

45. Choose a lower-cost cell phone plan with fewer data and minutes.
 

46. Use a smart power strip to automatically turn off electronics when not in use.
 

47. Choose low-cost hobbies like reading or hiking instead of expensive hobbies like golf or skiing.
 

48. Use a standing desk instead of buying an expensive ergonomic chair.
 

49. Use natural light instead of artificial light whenever possible.
 

50. Use online tutorials and resources to learn new skills instead of paying for classes or courses.