Frugal 2018 Cyber Monday Deals
Bargains Amongst The Consumerism Heap
I've been looking for deals that I could use, not just saving a few hundred on a TV. (My TV is from 2008 and works just fine, thank you. ) I don't need to load up on a bunch of new products just because they are cheap. I just wanted to see if there is anything out there that is worthwhile. I'm looking for a discounted service or product that I am interested in, and I am not interested in much that is out there.
But here are a few items that I found and have deemed worthy of a frugal individual.
Hulu for 99 cents per month for 12 months.
You can use eBates to get an additional $5 back there too bringing the cost down to just $7 for the year. I find myself watching Hulu more than Netflix nowadays.
If you are already subscribed to Hulu, you might try getting a friend or partner to sign up and then use that new account to snag this great deal.
Lodge Seasoned Cast Iron 5 Piece Bundle. 10.5” Griddle, 8” Skillet, 10.25” Skillet, 10.25” Dutch Oven, and 10.25” Lid
Lodge Cast Iron is a good quality product for the buck. This deal goes for $69.95, which is about half-price.
ClassPass is offering a free trial membership.
It is a monthly membership type thing to fitness classes. You get credits to use for a variety of fitness classes, whatever is in your area. I had things from boxing classes to boot camps to jazzercise. Normal price varies, but in my area I can get 5-8 classes for $35/month. Maybe this isn't the most frugal, but it certainly isn't the worst.
You can sign up for the free trial, use the credits to go to about 6 fitness classes, and cancel. Though if you ever want to subscribe again there is a $79 re-activation fee but it says you can put your account on hold instead to not be charged.