Top Money-Saving Websites

If you’re looking to save money, look no further.  Here is a list of websites that will offer you free financial advice, money-saving tips, and even discounts on certain items.  Of course, this is only a fraction of what is available, but this list will give you a good start.

  • An obvious one is This is the only website authorized to give you a free copy of your credit report from all three bureaus. You can start here to analyze and improve your credit, which in turn will help you secure higher credit limits, numerous types of loans, and lower interest rates.
  • On a related note, check out to access your credit score. You’ll have to pay a fee for this one, but you’ll know exactly where you stand with the credit bureaus and what potential lenders are seeing when you apply for a loan.
  • If you’re not exactly raking in the dough, WiseBread offers tips for “living large on a small budget.” Their philosophy is that you shouldn’t have to sacrifice fun to save money. You can still get the things you need and want without going into debt or settling for the cheap stuff.
  • A good way to save money is to do research and find honest feedback on any items you’re looking to buy. You can find this feedback at Consumers post their opinions about products they’ve tried, potentially saving you from wasting your money on a lackluster product and even directing you toward the best and most affordable versions. You’ll also see links to sites selling what you’re looking for (such as eBay and Amazon) along with their prices.
  • Avoid missing out on special sales at your favorite online stores by visiting Here you’ll find coupon codes for just about every store you can think of. You might score free shipping or a percentage off. Do be aware that you might have to spend a certain amount to qualify for the coupon, and watch out for ones that are expired or require a membership to that store (such as Barnes and Noble) in order to get the discount.
  • Save money by doing home repairs yourself, or just about any type of repair, for that matter. Save even more money by going to Fix-It Club for free do-it-yourself guides on a wide array of topics.

There’s a lot of free advice out there if you know where to look.  Do your research to find trustworthy sources.  You really don’t need to pay someone to tell you how to save money.  In fact, that’s an oxymoron, so avoid it at all costs (pun intended).

One Response to Top Money-Saving Websites

  1. blanm says:

    i always check retailmenot before start to buy something. it’s great site

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