Interesting Ways to Save Money This Fall

Now that it’s the lovely autumn season when the leaves are changing, deep down you know it’s nearing the time for holiday shopping, end of the year deadlines, football Sundays and doctor and financial check-ups.

You know you might be spending a pretty penny this year keeping up with the Joneses and making sure your family is happy, but what if you could do all of this without torturing your wallet?

Well, there is a way and by budgeting, keeping track of how much you’re spending and being updated with the latest deals and sales, you’ll be able to get everything you want at a fraction of the costs. Keep these few tips in mind to help you keep your frame of mind while keeping that extra cash in your pocket.

Thrifty Ways to Save Money This Fall

With Halloween, Christmas and New Year’s Eve coming up, you’re most likely going to be dipping into your bank account to make sure everything is accounted for. Save yourself some money and save yourself the stress by considering these simple tips to keep your piggy bank intact.

Cook soups and healthy seasonal meals: With apples, pumpkins, squash and other produce being plentiful this time of year, making all your favorite holiday meals will be more affordable. With the colder weather upon us, a slow cooker should be your favorite kitchen utensil this fall. You can cook all of your favorite soups, stews and other cozy meals and you can eat them for leftovers that’ll last you a few days.

Make use of the fall sales: While back-to-school deals and Black Friday sales are most popular during the fall, more of the under-the-radar discounts during Halloween, Veterans Day, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday can help you save a lot of money as well.

Buy items for the holidays ahead of time: Planning your holiday shopping list ahead of time, weeks and even months in advance, will help you stay within your budget. Plus, during this time, many decorations and gifts are a lot cheaper because the price usually rises during the holidays.

Make the most of your football season on a budget: For all of the football fanatics out there wanting to show their support by buying and wearing all of their favorite team’s apparel and attending the exciting tailgating parties, save some money by buying team apparel during the offseason and hosting parties at your house to watch the game instead.

Preparing your home for the fall season: Make sure you take care of any repairs before the fall and winter season. Cleaning out your furnace and keeping up with your insulation can help you save money by preventing you from paying for repairs in the future. By planning ahead of time, you’ll be able to save and make your money go further.

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Palmer, K. (n.d.). 10 Frugal Ways to Save This Fall. Retrieved from