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The Ultimate Frugal Tip: Save Loose Change

The Ultimate Frugal Tip: Save Loose Change

This one ought to be a no-brainer, but the ultimate way to remain frugal and SAVE money, is to penny pinch and save every last bit of loose change. Saving loose change is a great way to build up savings over time!

Saving change can be a great way to accumulate extra money over time. Once you retire for the day, place a dish of any sort near your "dumping" spot when you empty your pockets. Here are some creative ways to tuck those coins away:

15 Creative Ways To Save

  1. Mason jar
  2. Old cup
  3. Piggy bank
  4. Decorative box
  5. Small metal tin
  6. Large plastic water cooler jug
  7. Coffee can
  8. Decorative bowl or dish
  9. Unused flower pot
  10. Ceramic vase
  11. Tupperware container
  12. Old socks - great way to reuse those single socks & hide your stash of loot!
  13. Plastic ice cream pail
  14. Metal bucket
  15. Ziplock bag

How to Acquire Change?

It's rather easy. Pay in cash for purchases and then save any coins you receive as change. Also, cleaning out couch cushions, car seats, or even doing laundry, you're bound to find random loose change. You may not think a whole lot about all those loose coins, but they can really add up. By putting all your change away in a jar, or somewhere handy, you can save money over time to use on a new outfit or a nice dinner. You can even continue putting change away and save for a larger purchase!

In Summary

Being frugal and saving loose change can go a long way towards reaching your financial goals. Follow CreditSoup on our social channels for more credit tips!

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