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If you're paying full price at the box office every time you see a film, know that the people across the aisle may not have. What do they know that you don't?
The Live Below The Line challenge proposes a 5-day grocery budget of just $7.50. Use this as a reality check for your own food bills.
The guy who got arrested for taking too many deli samples is an extreme case. But he's not the only one who makes full meals from free bites.
A nonprofit group funds 'pet food stamps' for lower-income animal owners. Other options exist, too.
Hoisting a pint (or more) in honor of St. Patrick? Your beer money goes further at a house party.
Volunteer pilots offer rides to those aged 8 to 17. Also free this week: a speech translator app, Atkins Diet bars and 'The Walking Dead: Assault' game.
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