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Save Money: Break Down Your Own Chicken

Here's a not-so-well-kept secret about the food industry: retailers love to take your money. And one of the ways they do that is by dividing food into smaller sizes and charging more. Have you ever noticed that a container of precut, washed broccoli costs more than a head of broccoli with the same amount of florets and stems?

How To: Save money, energy and power with your XBox 360

In this tutorial, we learn how to save power with your Xbox 360 (Xbox 101). This can save you money on your energy bill as well! First, turn on your console and then go to the guide button. Scroll to settings and then choose 'system settings'. From here, choose 'console settings' and then scroll down and select 'shutdown'. Make sure 'auto off' is enabled and then your console will automatically power down after six hours of inactivity. With this setting, you will never have to worry about tur...

How To: Carve a raw chicken for dinner and save money

Gwen Schoen and Paul Carras share with you in this video how simple it is to save money by carving a whole raw chicken. You can save your pockets an average of 20 – 30%! First take out any insides; this is usually the neck, heart and liver when included. Lay the chicken on its back and start with the wings. Break the skin with a boning knife and pull the wing away from the body until the socket pulls out. Finish the incision where the socket meets and repeat on the other side. Then you’ll...

How To: Save money on your phone bill & upgrade early for free

In this clip, learn how to make the right phone calls and press the right buttons to "trick" your phone company into giving you a free phone upgrade before you are due. You will also learn how to save money on you phone bill by using a few choice words on the telephone. This trick works for Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T, so not matter who your carrier is you will be golden. This clip is hosted by an ex-employee from a cell phone company, so it is full of insider tips.

How To: Save money by insulating your water pipes

If you look around your home, there are numerous areas that can be worked on to help you save money and energy. From your tv, to your laptop, to even your sink, it's all around you. You can even find it in your basement. Those water pipes that are exposed underground, are perfect areas of where you can easily save money.

How To: Watch TV online & save money by ditching your cable

If you have a high-speed Internet connection, your cable subscription might be redundant. This consumer's guide from the folks at CNET TV presents an overview of the various options available to you — all of which will save you money over cable in the long run. For specifics, and to start seeing whether you too would benefit by dropping your cable television subscription, give this guide a look.

How To: Cut your own hair to save money

I was about to cut my hair, as I do about once/month or so, and figured I’d share some of my techniques. Cutting my own hair for roughly the last 10 years now has saved me time, lots of time, money, lots of money, and is way more custom. I have run into issues of bald patches here and there, but it’s always fixable for the most part. However, one time I did create a few too many patches that were too deep and had to have them filled in on a daily basis by my girlfriend for about a week with a...

How To: Save money on beauty products

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to save money on beauty products. In-store cards and frequent buyer programs can save a lot of money. When you scan the CVS Extra Care card at checkout or in-store kiosk, coupons based on your purchase will be printed automatically. It will give good discounts. Web only offers are becoming popular. Private sale sites have also become popular. You simply sign up on the site and take offers that the site has. This video will benefit those viewers who ar...

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