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32 Amazing Websites That Will Actually Save You Money

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2. PaperBack Swap lets you trade books for others that you want for free.

And they don't just have paperback books. If the book you want isn't currently available for swap, you can set an alert for when it becomes available. Try it here.

3. Savored gets you reservations at your favorite restaurants and saves you money on your bill.

Savored, a part of the Groupon company, gives you discounts of up to 40% at top restaurants for unfilled reservation times. Visit here.

4. FreeCycle is a network of people giving and receiving free goods in their local community.

The Freecycle Network is made up of 5,000-plus groups with 7 million members across the globe. It's a grassroots movement for people to give and receive free goods locally to keep things out of landfills. Members can post things that they need or that they have, from clothes to furniture to building supplies and anything else in between. Visit here.

Note: Some of the bigger groups are hosted on Yahoo Groups, so you'll have to have a Yahoo ID to sign up.


5. Undebt It helps you organize and manage all your debt in one place. is a free service that helps you use the snowball method to get out of debt. To read more about the method and see the services, visit here.


11. Money Saving Mom has coupons, weekly deals, and tips on have to save tons on household necessities.

Crystal Paine, housewife and money-saving mom, started this comprehensive household money site after learning how to feed her family of five on $35 a week. Visit here.


13. Gazelle is an easy way to trade in your old electronics and make top dollar.

They pay you for shipping and some in demand models (like iPhones) even come with bonus cash. You can even sell broken devices. Check it out here.


32. Simple is an online banking platform that actually knows how much money you can spend.

Using the financial security of FDIC-Insured banks, Simple is a bank-replacement platform that tells you how much money you can "safely spend" based on upcoming bills. Check it out here.