No matter what your financial situation may be, it's always a good idea to learn new ways to save money. Find out how you can utilize the power of the Web to save money, find good deals, and improve your financial status.
With gas prices getting as high as they are, it's a good idea to do a bit of Web research first in order to find lower gas prices in your area.
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MapQuest has added a new useful feature - the Multi-stop Route Builder - that allows you to plan a road trip with multiple stops.
Tripit is your own personal travel assistant that can make your travel time more efficient and more enjoyable.
There are plenty of places you can find great deals on cheap flights online. Here are a few sites to help you out.
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Save some serious gas money and go shopping online instead. Most sites offer free or reduced-rate shipping as well.
You can compare prices from local stores with Yokel, a shopping search engine that grabs prices of products from stores in your local neighborhood. For instance, my search for mp3 players within five miles of Portland, Oregon brought back a whole bunch of results, all within driving distance.
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Save some serious money the next time you go food shopping with the Grocery Game, a site that gives you all sorts of tips for making your grocery budget stretch further.