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money saving tips

Jul 6, 2012

Cheap Date Tony: Sneaking Into Hotel Swimming Pools

It’s time to get wet. Cruising through the summer season, there are plenty of swimming pools just waiting for you...

Jun 28, 2012

Cheap Date Tony: Museum Culture For Less $$

Taking your lady out on a classy date doesn’t mean you have to spend loads of cash. Many large cities...

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Jun 27, 2012

Tickle Date: Gitchy Gitchy Goo!

Some women say they are not ticklish. This as a test – because everyone is ticklish somewhere on their bodies....

Jun 19, 2012

Culture Up: Night At The Opera On The Cheap

Your classy lady deserves a night on the town. She wants to do something with culture. Up your game and...

Jun 14, 2012

Guaranteed First Date Success: Do Your Laundry

You met that special someone and now the first date is all about wooing the lady. Be original, get your...

Jun 12, 2012

How To Score With Ladies Using Free Meditation

You’re broke – but still love the titillation of being in close proximity to babes wearing practically nothing. What’s a...

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Jun 8, 2012

BYOB Money Saving Tips For Concerts and Sporting Events

(Note: Tony DuShane is our new expert on money saving tips for broke people. He’s also a music writer at...

5 Fun Activities for Those With Tight Pockets

Show me a college student and I'll show you someone with little more than lint in their pockets. Unless you're sitting on a sweet little trust fund or you have nothing better to do after the library closes than to iron your handkerchiefs, chances are you're always looking for ways to save money – and still have fun. Believe it or not, it’s easier than ever to stretch your dollar further. So, step away from the shrimp-flavored Ramen and check out these creative ways to stretch your work-study bucks. Check out our list after the jump!

Jun 18, 2011

5 Ways To Save Money At College

Graduation means a lot of things for students getting ready for that proverbial long road ahead: no more studying, partying into the night, job hunting and, of course, those nasty little creditors nipping at your heels for that outstanding debt of yours! For those of you already shelling out some coin, sorry we didn't post this article sooner. But for the students who have yet to graduate or enter college, the Kansas City Star had recently published a list of ways to save some green and we at COED took the liberty of reading it and now present it to you in own pretty little words! So beat those bloody banking wolves back with a list of 5 ways to save money at college!

May 3, 2011