- Be Social and Cost-Saving — Plan a social activity that's thrifty, but still fun (I promise, they're not mutually exclusive). Host a BYOB potluck or barbecue, or invite friends over for a game night.
- Find Out If It's Cheaper to Make It Yourself — Put home economics to practical use. You could save on your grocery bills when you make cooking staples at home.
- Calculate a Purchase in Work Time — Weighing the cost of a prospective purchase in terms of hours worked will make you think twice about unloading your cash.
Get the rest of my weekend saving tips after the jump.
- Maximize Your Memberships — Don't spend more cash; instead, use the resources you already have — hit the sauna at the gym to unwind or enjoy a movie night at home catching up on your Netflix.
- Save Big When You Eat Out — If you're headed out for dinner over the weekend, do your research. Find the eateries in your area offering discounts and take advantage of specials and meal vouchers.