Best Money Tips: How to Score the Best Deals on Flights

By Amy Lu on 4 October 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to score the best deal on flights, ways to get free gift cards, and what you need to do before buying your first car.

Top 5 Articles

7 Ways to Score the Best Deals on Flights — Always set your browser to incognito or private mode when you are searching for flights.  [MintLife]

11 (Overlooked) Ways to Get Free Gift Cards with & Without Surveys — Try your luck at a Twitter party! Many businesses give away free stuff, like gift cards, during special social media events. [Money Pantry]

Buying Your First Car? Do These 9 Things First — Before you decide on a car, research at least three different makes and models. Pay special attention to the weak points, repair costs, and resale value. [Cash The Checks]

3 Reasons You Should Stop Opening Gifts During Parties — Opening gifts can get boring for the recipient and the guests, and it puts pressure on everyone to act excited and interested about every single gift. [PopSugar Smart Living]

20 Cheap Ways to Protect Yourself From Thieves — Don't make it easier for thieves to get into your house. Stash ladders and tools away when you aren't using them. [Cheapism]

Other Essential Reading

6 ways to get your first client — When you first start a business, don't worry about getting as many clients as possible. Focus on getting just one client — and more will follow. [I Will Teach You To Be Rich]

6 Secrets To Create An Effective Retirement Plan — When deciding your portfolio, don’t go straight to the highest yield. Higher yield means higher risk. [Dumb Little Man]

5 Ways to Reduce Your Healthcare Expenses — Take advantage of any free or low-cost preventive services your health insurance plan may include, like discounted gym memberships, free flu shots, or nutrition classes. [The Motley Fool]

How to Prevent Identity Theft When You Travel — Staying at a hotel? Store sensitive and important information in your room safe to keep it secure while you are out and about. [Clever Dude]

How digital media fuels moral outrage – and what to do about it — It's in the interest of social media companies to encourage the sharing of moral outrage in a way that fosters amplification rather than action. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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