We learned 15 ways you can save in September and October — now, it’s time to take a close look at November. Here are 15 ways to save more money and spend less in November!
Hosting Thanksgiving dinner is typically expensive, but it doesn’t have to be that way! Here’s how to host Thanksgiving dinner on a budget.
Wine doesn’t have to be expensive, either. Here’s how you can "wine on a dime" this Thanksgiving!
Nothing says "Thanksgiving dinner" like beautiful table decor. Update your holiday tablescape with these modern ideas… on a budget.
We recommend keeping recipes simple. Luckily, most classic Thanksgiving dishes require few ingredients and taste great, like this simple sweet potato casserole.
Instead of taking responsibility for the whole meal, have each guest bring a dish or two. You can do the turkey, stuffing and maybe a pie or two — the rest is up to the guests!
Sure, it’s tempting to buy a pumpkin pie that’s already been baked or frozen side dishes that just need to be heated, but it’s going to cost you more money. Instead, make everything from scratch — it costs less and tastes much better.
Saving money is easy if you’re the guest, but be polite and offer to make a dish or two to bring to dinner. Take inventory of the ingredients you already have on hand and find recipes based on those foods. At the very least, bring a bottle of festive wine for the hosts.
The closer the holidays get, the more expensive hotels and airfare become. Book flights, hotels and car rentals as early as possible to save money.
Airport parking averages $40 per day. See if a friend or family member can give you a ride. Return the favor when they need a ride or get them a small gift card as a thank-you.
It’s cheapest to fly in on holidays and their eves. It may be worth it to save money, especially if you’re flying with your entire family.
Purchase produce in season for fall — such as apples, pumpkins, broccoli, carrots and cherries. Click here for a seasonal fall food guide.
Black Friday offers some of the best deals of the year. Look for ads and coupons a few weeks in advance and decide which stores you want to go to. If you’re not a fan of long lines and shopping in the middle of the night, you can still save big by shopping online.
Cyber Monday is Dec. 2 this year. Finish your Christmas shopping early this year by taking advantage of all the online sales.
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