Are all college students broke?
Not the ones implementing the tips and tricks found in these lists.
Someone once said, “It’s not how much money you make but how much you keep.” Boy is that ever true regardless of what stage of life you’re in.
No doubt that money is often tight in college but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have fun or even splurge once in a while. These lists prove that you can save money in a big way if you know what to do.
Oh – and do it.
12 College Freebies You Need to Know About
I wish these deals where available when I was in college. They would’ve saved me a ton of money. Almost makes me want to go back to school just for the deals. 🙂
How to Save Money on Textbooks: 6 Sites You Need to Use
Considering how expensive books are (even the used ones) no college student should buy a college textbook without first reading this list. This blogger included a couple of ways to maximize your savings. Good stuff!
100 Smart Ways To Save Money In College
This list is just a straight up smart way to change your lifestyle by living within your means but still leaving room for fun in college. I don’t think many people utilize #89 but they really should.
7 (Easy!) Money Saving Tips for College Students
These tips are written by someone who recently graduated college. It’s a simple plan to save money and it looks like it would be effective in meeting a student’s (or non-student for that matter) savings goals.
20 Student Discounts You Should be Using
This list includes a genius way to put your university email address to good use and getting some serious bang for your buck.
31 Money Saving Tips For Students
This awesome list has some non-US references but is valuable nonetheless. Several tips included on this list help you save money even after you graduate. Smart move!
11 Money Saving Tips for College Students
One of the most interesting tips on this list relates to saving money with your wardrobe.
A College Girl’s Guide to Couponing
The basics of couponing along with some great sources are offered in this article. This blogger also includes a bonus way to double your savings.
I have to say that I’ll be taking a few of these tips to see if I can make them work for my non-student self. Reading each list made me mindful of the fact that there are plenty of opportunities to save money – if we only know where to look.
Are you a college student? How do you save money without letting it cramp your style? Let us know in the comments section below. We’d love to hear from you!