7 Things You Should Never Pay Full Price for ...

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Things not to pay full price for can include common everyday items.

Most people are interested in saving their money.

But with the cost of living steadily increasing, and many workers receiving fewer pay raises, being smart with money is no longer an option.

If you're looking for ways to reduce your expenditures, here are seven things not to pay full price for.

1. Items of Clothing

Of all things not to pay full price for, clothes top the list.

Retailers frequently have sales, wherein they discount merchandise as much as 60% or 70%.

Sure, you might have to wait until the end of the season to snag a few items.

However, the longer you wait, the more you can get for your money.

And with so many retailers giving away huge discount coupons, including coupons that can be combined with store sales, there's never a reason to pay full price for garments.

2. Books

Whether you're taking a college course or looking for an interesting story to read, there are many ways to find cheap books.

Online websites such as Amazon.com have a wide selection of new and used textbooks at amazing prices.

Plus, online auction sites like eBay regularly maintain a supply of gently used books.2

And if you can't find what you're looking for online, the library is always an option.

3. Weekly Groceries

Understandably, clipping coupons takes time and patience.

But if you’re tired of a high grocery bill from week to week, a little inconvenience can save you big bucks.

Several grocery stores have discount loyalty cards.

Sign up for a free card and enjoy exclusive discounts.

Combine this with coupons and you can significantly reduce your grocery bill.

4. Restaurant Meals

Do you enjoy eating out?

Are menu prices breaking the budget?

No worries.

There are plenty of ways to eat out and save money.

Pick up this year's issue of the Entertainment Book or purchase discount restaurant coupons from sites like Restaurant.com.

Join your favorite restaurant’s email club and receive exclusive coupons for free menu items.2

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