Clothes Shopping on a Budget: How to Update Your Fall Wardrobe Without Going Broke

Whether you love buying new clothes or you hate it, saving money is always a good idea.

We’ve shown you how to save on summer swimsuits. Now it’s time to think about your fall clothes and make some wardrobe updates for the latest trends.

The average American spends about $1,800 on clothes each year. But you don’t have to spend a lot to have a fresh fall wardrobe. read more


Wedding Budget Hacks: 4 Clever Ways to Save Money on Your Wedding

How much do you think the average wedding costs nowadays? $10,000? $20,000?

Try $33,391, at least according to one report. Like everything else, the cost can be more or less depending on where in the United States you live. For instance, a New York City wedding will cost you around $77,00 on average. read more


Not Enough Presents? Here’s How to Get Free Birthday Stuff!

Happy birthday to you! But cake with your coworkers can only get you so far. You deserve some free birthday stuff for making it through another year.

As we get older, birthdays can feel less important. That’s partly because of spoilsports who believe that you shouldn’t really celebrate once you become an adult. read more


5 Things to Look for When Shopping for an Affordable Mattress

Here at Freebie Spot, we love to make our readers aware of the free and bargain items out there. However, some items, like mattresses, seem to be so expensive that you wonder if they’ll ever become affordable.

Luckily, there are a few things you can keep an eye out for when mattress shopping to ensure that you get the best deal possible. read more


Phone Frugality: 7 Ways to Save Money On Your Cell Phone Bill

Americans pay the highest cell phone bills in the world with each phone connection costing almost 50 dollars per month. This is a drastic increase from the early 2000s where phone bills would average around $100 annually.

50 dollars per month adds up to an average cost of 600 dollars annually for one phone connection. If you have a family or pay for multiple phones, this can add up to thousands of dollars. And this doesn’t include costs for new technology, phone repairs, phone cases, and more things that we shell out to have our cell phones. read more


7 Reasons Why You Should Consider Debt Consolidation

If you’ve been considering ditching the renting game and investing in some property of your own, you may be wondering how to go about getting a mortgage.

After the housing crisis a decade ago, lenders have become stricter with who they approve for a loan. Here’s what you need to know about getting approved for a mortgage loan. read more