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Save Money With These 3 Websites (Even Get Free Stuff!)



Save money, get free stuff, and even get cash by visiting these 3 websites:



1. Listia.com: 
This is an auction site simliar to eBay, but everything is free! Yes, free. How it works:

A user lists something they don't want anymore. (like an old TV)

Other users bid on the TV using credits they received for signing up, referring friends or listing their own stuff.

When the auction ends, the user who bid the highest amount of credits wins!

The buyer gets the TV, and the seller gets credits to use for something else on Listia...

2. PlasticJungle.com

You can sell unused gift cards at Plastic Jungle and get up to 92% of the value. You can have the money deposited immediately into your PayPal account, have a check mailed to you, buy other gift cards for as much as 30% off, or donate to a favorite charity. I did this with some gift cards left over from Christmas--I had cash in a flash and loved it!

3. Cheapism.com

If you are planning to buy something soon, go to this website first to get breakdowns on quality, reviews, and tips to finding the best prices. There are categories for almost everything, from electronics, home and garden, travel, sports, health and beauty, and family. The best place to go before you buy anything!

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Rondi said…
Thanks for sharing these websites! Visiting you from comment love. Have a great weekend! :)
Rondi
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Irene said…
Hi Rondi! Thanks for visiting!
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