All posts by Jason

  • Stop spending $4,000 on groceries. Learn how to save 15% or more!

    According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American family spends around $4,000 per year on groceries ($333/month for budget spread-sheeters out there). This statistic could even be higher for a lot of families depending on their purchasing habits, like choosing organic over conventional products. After reviewing our monthly grocery bill for the last twelve months we discovered that we frequently exceeded $500+ per month!

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  • Cutting the Cord – 2016 Edition & How We Saved $1,100+

    If you have ever wondered what life is like on the other side of the cable bill and what options are available to you for Cutting the Cord, you’re in luck; as a recent cable subscriber who was paying over $130 per month I decided the time had to come to cut the cord! Having friends who had made the leap previously gave me hope however, knowing the limited volume and variety of shows they watched prior did not. While their cord cutting experience accomplished through Netflix or Hulu subscriptions, our solution would need to be more extensive.

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  • Let’s start saving!

    Welcome and thank you for visiting the Price Hackr blog.

    Our goal for this website is simple, provide the most current and innovative methods for maximizing your spend. Whether it be through investing for your future or saving on everyday purchases, we have a plan that can get you that much further than the rest of the crowd. Through this enthusiast blog we will conduct reviews of products, services and document instances in which consumers spend far too much on items that can be had for less. Please feel free to share your experiences and suggestions for how we can make the blog more useful for the community.