SAVE MONEY ON MAGAZINES!
The Webmaster of this site, NEVER pays full subscription prices on magazines! She actually makes
a game out of finding the very lowest prices and rarely even considers the subscription renewals
she receives in the mail! There are SO many ways to save money on your magazines!
First, go to www.BradsDeals.com and sign up for the "daily alerts". Each day you will get an email listing all the closeouts and dirt-cheap deals of the day on many types of products from major companies as well as magazine subscriptions.
Just this month she was able to get her Oprah magazine renewed for another year for just $5
(the renewal letter that had came in the mail wanted $18)! Also Readers Digest was up for renewal
for $16.97.....how much did she pay? $6.50!! These deals are great for ordering as gifts as well!
Another good site would be www.tanga.com which is much like "Brads Deals" but also has great rates on magazines! SAVE MONEY ON BOOKS! (For college textbooks, see the "Educational Resources" under "Cool Links" webpage on the Home Page!)
At www.literature.org, you can read great fiction for FREE by authors like Lewis Carroll, the Bronte sisters (Anne, Charlotte and Emily), Jack London, Mark Twain, Charles Dickens and many others.
download e-books, provided that your library is one of 15,000 that use the service. All you need
to start borrowing is a library card.
And remember! If you call or email your local library with the names of the books you want to read (especially the new best-sellers!) the librarian will order them for you from other libraries if need be. Many libraries have links set up where you can do the ordering yourself! You may have to wait a
week or two, but you can read the books for FREE!
Half-Price Books will buy anything printed or recorded---hardbacks, paperbacks, magazines, CDs, LPs, cassettes, videos, DVDs, audio books, comic books, yearbooks, children's books, video games, board games and more. Whether its new or used, a best-seller or an old classic, they will buy it from you! Go to www.halfpricebooks.com. While they are not in every state, if you are traveling to one of the areas they are located, you may want to take some things to sell along and make a pit stop!
more than 40,000 public-domain works & classics.
Also, free audiobooks can be found at www.LibriVox.org, a worldwide digital library with more than 4,000 unabridged classics in the public domain. They can be played on your computer, MP3 player, cellphone or burned to a CD. Free audiobooks are also available through www.literalsystems.org www.OpenCulture.com aggregates free cultural and educational material, from audiobooks to university lectures, panels, and musical performances. The site also offers links to lessons or courses in everything from Spanish to archaeology to law.
groups of actors. Create an account and the site will deliver these "modern-day radio dramas"
to your iPod, iPad, computer or smartphone.
At this site, www.BookScouter.com, the site site will instantly tell you who's offering top dollar
for the particular book you are offering to sell! Simply enter your fiction, non-fiction and school textbooks ISBN number (its the 10-13 number on on the back). This site scouts the OTHER sites
to share books by affixing trackable labels and leaving the books at face's or parks, where other
members can pick them up. Once you register, you can search online for pickup locations near you!
www.Books.Google.com/ebooks now offers its own eBookstore and you can download FREE versions of classic novels to your smartphone, eBook reader or computer. Simply log on, scroll
down to "best of the free" and choose your book from their large selection!
Many local libraries now offer e-books for the borrower on readers like the Nook and the Sony
Reader and you can usually find these right on the library's website, saving you a trip! If you
have a Kindle, visit www.eReaderIQ.com OR www.iReadReview.com for up to date lists of FREE downloads including "flash sales" that offer select new releases by best-selling authors FREE
Also see the AMAZON listing above & below!
SAVE MONEY ON DVD's and CD's!
Score a deep discount with outlet prices on things like DVDs, Video Games (and books) etc.
www.Amazon.com (search for "free mp3 downloads" in the mp3 music department. www.iTunes.com (open iTunes, click "iTunes store", then "free" on the right-hand menu). www.ReverbNation.com (after you join for free, simply choose songs you like, then click the "download "button that appears next to them).
AMAZON has a trade-in program that swaps Amazon credit for used books, video games,
DVD's, electronics like old iPods, and CD's! At the site just type in an artist or album name
to see the offer price. Once you accept the offer, Amazon provides a free UPS mailing label
and deposits credit in your account once it receives the goods. Go to www.Amazon.com.
form listing the CDs or DVDs you have. They'll email you to let you know how much they'll
pay for them. Then send them in and you'll get a check back in the mail. Also, www.usedcdsearch.com!
SAVE MONEY ON GAMES AND VIDEO GAMES!
Both Best Buy and GameStop stock pre-owned video games and gadgets and give store credit
for old ones! Best Buy will also buy your musical instruments, video games and select electronics
if you take them into a participating store and give you a gift card for the products estimated value
or a check for a lesser value!
SAVE MONEY ON TOYS!