15 Tips to Help You Save Money on Entertainment

Entertainment is one of the most important things that we have to do to enjoy our life and get rid of the ongoing routine in which we live everyday. In order to entertain yourself and your family, you have to allocate a reasonable amount of money for that. This will waste your money and that is why you have to think how can you entertain yourself and family and save money on entertainment at the same time?. The following 15 tips will explain this for you.

♦ Local library: Instead of buying books, DVDs, CDs, movies or even music, you can make use of the local or public library that you have near you to get all of that for free.


♦ Renew your books: Once you read that, you will think that it means to buy new books and that is why you may ask yourself how will I save money if I am going to buy other books?. Renewing your books can be done through exchanging the books that you have with your friends, family members or coworkers to get rid of the old books that you have and get new ones.


♦ Supermarket: Instead of buying snacks and drinks when you are at the cinema or any other place to which you go to entertain, you can buy them before going there from any grocery store or supermarket as they will be much cheaper.


♦ Buy a subscription: Buying a subscription for getting your magazine will allow you to enjoy the offers that are presented as gifts for subscribing.


♦ Turn your home into a cinema: Instead of going to the cinema, Get a DVD for an interesting movie and it does not matter whether it is new or old, make popcorn at our home as it is not difficult to be done, turn off the lights in the lounge room and invite the whole family for spending this amazing night.


♦ Get free games and movies: One of the most common sources for getting free games and movies is the internet. You can get games such as sudoku, puzzle and other games for entertaining your young children.


♦ Make use of going to the beach: In addition to enjoying swimming in the sea, you can also make use of what is in the sea and on the beach. There are rocks, shells and other items that you can take to your home to be used as decorative pieces.


♦ Make your own snacks and drinks: Instead of buying snacks and drinks, you can make them on your own with the help of your kids. They will be healthier, will save you money and will be good lessons for your children to learn how to cook.


♦ Cook with your friends: Invite your friends to help you to cook different dishes as a sort of celebration once per week or month. This will help you to enjoy your time with your friends, try  new dishes and save your money.


♦ RSS news feed: There is no need to buy newspapers as you can keep in touch with the latest news and current changes through subscribing to RSS news feed to receive news alerts via your e-mail.


♦ Restaurants with play centers: Instead of wasting your money on play center fun for your kids, you can look for the restaurants or cafes with play centers as they will be much cheaper.


♦ Make use of the leftover bread: Do not throw the leftover bread that you have at your home and take it to the park to feed ducks and enjoy your time with your kids.

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♦ Turn the backyard into a camp: All what you need is to set fire like the campfire and sit around it with your family in the darkness. You can cook some food while you are sitting in the backyard to feel as if you are in a camp.


♦ School holiday activities: Instead of wasting a lot of money on school holidays, make use of the school holiday activities to entertain your kids for free.


♦ Breakfast: It is better for you to go out for breakfast if you want to eat outside your home with your friends. Breakfast will not cost you a lot of money like other meals.


Lisa Chen

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