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12 surprising ways to save every day, according to our netizens

With interest rates, consumer rates, and other everyday expenses on the rise, many have found ways to save money that make all the difference at the end of the month.

We asked our Facebook followers if they’ve found a particularly clever way to save money that most people don’t know about.

Here are some tips for you.

1- Coffee

It sounds silly, but coffee in the morning 4 x $5 in the morning is $80 a month! – Atemizi

2- Lunches
I always make lunches for work… Restaurant $10 a day x 20 days = $200 a month savings! -Lucia

3- Hydro app

Hydro-Québec’s Flex D rate, which allows for significant winter savings. Nicole

4- Dryer less

Reduce my electricity consumption. Less dryer. No more hanging clothes (I saved $12 a month with just that). – Louis Charles

5- Credit cards

Pay everything with your credit card. You must pay it as soon as possible to avoid interest. Several cards allow cash back or RRSP discounts. I get $500 in RRSPs every year because I pay with my credit card. -Ludovik

6- Repair instead of buying

I will try to fix something broken before buying something else. 9 times out of 10 I’m most successful watching YouTube tutorials. I recently repaired the soles of my leather shoes myself. The materials only cost me $20. – Mario

7- Negotiate your salary

Negotiate his salary. With a shortage of labor, employers do not want to lose their good employees. When you negotiate, you always have a chance to win something, even if it’s not exactly what you want. -Amelie

8- No impulse purchases

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I put off impulse purchases. If I want to buy something, I wait a week. If after a week I still want to buy it, I buy it. Dennis

9- Cook

I cook I make my own food and bread. I avoid restaurants. I save a lot of money. -Karen

10- Grocery store

I never go grocery shopping when I’m hungry. -Susan

11- Bulk purchase

I buy in bulk and what is on sale, shampoo, laundry detergent, dish soap. Then I put the products into smaller containers for daily use. It cost me about 50% less. – Cynthia

12- Smoking

Quitting smoking saves me $4,000 a year. Samuel

in a humorous tone

I’m stealing the change my friend left in her car. -Mikhail

– I spend five months in Asia every winter and save a lot. Just on the phone every 1G of data = $0.87 lol -Vi

– Self-service payments, many netizens have told us, but we don’t know why.

We let you discover the rest by reading the comments here.