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Fun-filled summer weekends in the sunshine are what I look forward to most during my work week. Since I’m working full-time, I strive to maximize my weekends and I always plan ahead to make sure I have something to look forward to. But just because I’m keeping myself busy, it doesn’t mean I’m breaking the bank. Find out my secret to enjoying the summer without sacrificing my savings. MORE
One of the biggest perks of being a student is the deep discounts available on all sorts of cultural and artistic entertainment and events. Even if you’re not a student, many theatre, opera, dance and classical music companies offer great rates to those under 30, and in some cases, even those under 35. MORE
As a student, it’s tough to find fun things to do that won’t break the bank. Sure, you can stay in and watch a movie, but there are only so many times you can do that before you want to bust out of your apartment for a night out. For those ready for a night on the town, I present to you the student rush ticket! MORE
March Break is finally here, but like every other holiday, there is always the pressure of finding stuff for your kids to do. Have you had the chance to try our tips for affordable Family Day fun? Here are five more ways to entertain your kids for less! MORE
For me, a typical night out will cost at least $25. Between bus fare, cover, coat check, food, drinks and cab rides, I avoid it like the plague. However, sometimes it’s hard to resist going out with friends, so here are five ways to have fun on a budget! MORE