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How a $50 Deal Coupon Can Lead to Over $1,000 in Spending!

 The “DEAL” that Spawns Spending….

We’ve all done it, right? You see a really amazing 80% off deal on the cutest baby stuff over at Totsy, or find a killer designer dress for you, for only $50 on Haute Look, or another great bargain on Groupon, and feel like you totally scored the greatest buy.

Then it happens…

Suddenly, that one great buy leads to MORE shopping…. The baby dress you bought was a steal, but you realize that you need shoes to go with it. Oh, and tights. And something for her hair, right?

Or maybe it’s YOUR dress… And you realize you just don’t have the right heels for it, so you’ve got to make a quick run to the mall to find some, so you can wear it to a big event. But while at the mall, you see a great deal on jeans, and pick up a couple pairs. Then a clearance sale. Then a quick snack.

You can see where this is headed, right?

To learn some great tips on how to deal with this type of “Deal Sprawl”, check out today’s new article on Learnvest. {Which, by the way, is one of my VERY favorite sites. Sign up for their newsletter, and you can then join the FREE online — You’ll love it!}

Today’s article covers ways to avoid this shopping mess:

  • Insider tips to using Groupon and other deal sites, plus what to do if you regret your purchase.
  • Ten savvy ways to avoid impulse purchases.
  • Do you have money toxic friends? Read about this phenomenon, and how to avoid it.

Check it out, and let me know… Do you have this problem too?

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