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I’m happy to unveil a new feature – an email newsletter! (and a new giveaway!)

So what do you get when you sign up for the email newsletter?

  • 100 Easy Way to Save MoneyYou’ll get an eBook containing 100 easy ways to save money. With the recession in full force, we’re all looking to save some money on the things we don’t care about so that we can spend it on the things we do. The book will have a hundred ways to save so you’re bound to find something you can use, or your money back! (look at how snazzy and bendy that cover looks!)
  • Second, there are plenty of things that I want to write about that are too long for Twitter and too short for a blog post. These include interesting things I find on the internet, especially poignant topics in the forums or just commentary on subjects in the news today.
  • I’ll also be using it to giveaway all sorts of goodies like the dozens of personal finance books I have on my shelf and announce any sort of timely promotions I find.

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8 Responses to “Bargaineering Email Newsletter”

  1. Where do I subscribe?

    Sorry that I cannot find it,

    • Jim says:

      It should be at the end of the post, I changed it from a javascript (which pulled in HTML code) to straight HTML. Let me know if you can’t see it.

  2. Patrick says:

    Just signed up. Thanks for newsletter and chance to win a gift certificate.

  3. Harsh says:

    Thanks for the newsletter.

  4. I just signed up. Thanks for the free ebook. I’m always open to saving a few more bucks.

  5. Kathy says:

    It seems to me (and I do include myself) that people don’t REALLY save seriously…. unless they are FORCED into it by a lack of money.

    As long as I KNOW I’m going to have a paycheck coming in, I just don’t worry about it as I did when I only had an unemployment check, and there was just NO other choice.

    When you don’t have ANY money and you know you aren’t going to get any, then you get amazingly creative about saving, and you won’t have to read anybody’s book to do it.

    Before I got my first job, I made all my clothes, and that included tailoring and fitting my creations. Once I got my job?… I never sewed again, and that’s been 32 years ago. Why should I, when I can just go to the mall and readily get what I want? Plus, sewing is very hard work. Who can work an 8 hour job and come home and do that?

  6. Hello, I just signed up. Looking forward to the first newsletter to see if I can add some additional topics onto my blog as well.

  7. Kim says:

    Last post was in 2010?! Economy must not be as bad as I thought. Bad or not, who can resist the marriage of engineering AND bargains =)

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