6 Ways to Save Money Despite Shortages and Price Hikes

One such character shared their secrets to staying ahead of the curve on consumer prices, posting a short description of the mentality that helped them overcome inflations, recessions, and crises.

Here are some wisdom nuggets on fighting against price hikes, inflation, and hardship.

Libraries lend books, DVDs, and video games in some cases. Suggestions about using the library were loud, and someone even said their library rents out baking pans; others even said their library lends out kayaks!

1. Use The Library

Continental European people love to eat al fresco when the weather is good. However, eating takeout has grown in the USA, especially after the new food delivery revolution.

2. Eat In

Commenters stated it isn’t worth having several TV subscriptions running concurrently when you may use one more. A solution is to cancel monthly subscriptions until you know something you want to see, then renew for the month only.

3. Switching Subscriptions

When the economy is slippery, we must remember that not everything is defeated. When life gives you lemons, remember life probably won’t give you lemons. Grow your own instead!

4. Suck it Up, Buttercup

Moreover, when Netflix raised its prices and disposed of the sharing privileges, this fiscal freedom fighter bought a DVD player, scouring garage sales and pawn shops for offers.

5. Netflix, Schmetflix

Perhaps the funniest part of the thread is the adage about making lemonade from lemons that they grew themselves — of course!

6. My Lemons, My Lemonade

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