Edit ModuleShow Tags

Shop Toys, Home Decor, Crafts and More (For Less)

Cut corners with ease by following these simple tips from NJ moms.



Published:

©istockphoto.com / jacoblund 

Learn how to save more on family vacations, kids' clothing and food shopping.

“I don’t buy new toys, I trade for them. There are websites like freecycle.org that allow you to offer things you no longer need and request the stuff you do. It’s a great way to reduce waste, and it’s within your community and neighborhood.”

—Maria Marquez, Jersey City
Graphic Designer

“Starting an account on ebates.com helped pad my PayPal account. Enter the retailer’s name to connect to their site. After the sale, Ebates informs you what will be credited to your PayPal account.”

—Rachel Mehta, Berkeley Heights
Founder, Heights Marketing

“Use Snip Snap. It’s a coupon app and you can search for stores near you for coupons. I use it at Michaels, Bed, Bath & Beyond and Hobby Lobby.”

—Stacy Canzonieri, Florham Park
Photographer, stacymaephotography.com

 

Edit ModuleShow Tags

Archive »Related Content

Gear Up for a Ghost Tour This Halloween

Hunt the paranormal and get the scoop on iconic NJ spirits.

Low-Scare Halloween Attractions for Kids in NJ

These not-so-spooky celebrations are perfect for the youngest kids (and most chicken grown-ups) in your coven.

NJ Family's Guide to Halloween

From the super scary to the not-so-spooky, the Garden State's chock-full of haunted attractions.

Trunk or Treat Events in NJ

Ditch the doorbells this Halloween and take your kids to a trunk or treat event in New Jersey

Is Your School One of the 100 Best Public Elementary Schools in NJ?

Niche has released their 2019 list naming the top 100 elementary schools in the Garden State.

Add your comment: