There are hundreds of dining apps that will help you find a place to eat, but which ones will save you money on the bill? The average American family forks over more than $2,500 a year to eat out, according...
Today we have a deal on the Coby Tablet, NOOK eReaders, lots of kitchenware, and more. Restaurant.com is offering $2 for most $25 Restaurant.com Gift Certificates. (Use promo code 'BLOOM' at...
With more Americans choosing chain restaurants over independents, according to recent market research, we set out to find the best casual dining chains for families on a budget and published our rankings...
For travelers seeking a bargain, New York City is probably not at the top of their list: The Big Apple is notoriously and often prohibitively expensive to visit. The high rents businesses have to pay...
Here are some money saving stories were reading:
VillageVines: Dining Discount Site Tries a New Name (The New York Times)
Whether you're having some friends over or if you're a hardcore New York pizza-lover and looking for ways to save on your indulgence, check out our comphensive list of ways you can find New York pizza...
Saturday marks the first holiday in honor of foursquare, the social media site that lets users check in to various locations. Cheapism is also on foursquare in various cities (including New York) Read more on Crain's New York Business.com »
Here's a million-dollar question: "Can you use coupons on a date?" A story on NYPost.com says not only that you can, but that you may up your date's opinion of you if you do. The practice of stealing... Read more on New York Post »
Cheap DC restaurants that appeal to kids? Indeed, as this frugal traveler for The New York Times discovered as he marched his nephew around to a slew of cheap ethnic eateries. There are plenty to... Read more on The New York Times »
If you know anyone who went to SXSW and spent all their cash on getting there but still need to eat decent food: tell them to follow Cheapism on foursquare or read our cheap Austin restaurants Read more on Cheapism »
If you need an excuse to enjoy a meal out, here are some wining and dining coupons that might get you out your front door in a jiffy. Mint.com has a list of coupon and related deals gathered by... Read more on Mint.com »
Hard to believe, folks, but there is good cheap Penn Station food. We're talking here about that mammoth underground railroad station on the west side of Manhattan, which swarms with hundreds of thousands... Read more on The Village Voice »
On the off chance that you happen to find yourself stranded on a Hawaiian island, just remember -- there are cheap Oahu restaurants. Get yourself out of the comfort zone of your resort hotel, suggests... Read more on The Chicago Tribune »
Money-saving websites are yours for the finding. But Time has done you the favor by ferreting out these ten. See how many more you can dig up on your own. Read more on Time »
Rejoice if you live in and around the five boroughs -- there's a surfeit of cheap restaurants serving truly outstanding fare. The New York Times offers this list of enticing cheap eats -- for the... Read more on The New York Times »
It's all in the bubbles. So forget about the high-priced Champagne and head straight for the sparkling wines. Read what Reuters has to say about this cheap alternative to that other pricey stuff. Read more on Reuters »
You know that green stuff you used to carry in your pocket? Well, it's making a comeback. Why? Because, as Bankrate.com points out, a surprising number of merchants and service providers give discounts... Read more on Bankrate.com »
Planning to dine out soon? Save money by sticking to the appetizers. According to a report by KOCO, menu prices have crpet up this year in all categories but starters. Oh, and make a detour to Oklahoma... Read more on KOCO.com »
You'll rarely find a thrifty shopper toting a Starbucks cup, unless they're just hooked on that fresh burned--I mean, "double brewed"--coffee taste. But now, for the particularly undiscriminating coffee... Read more on MainStreet.com »