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How To Save $1,000 By Summer

If you’re anything like us, you’re probably realizing it’s about to be April (!) and somehow you have none of the summer vacation savings you’d promised yourself on January 1. The penny pinching you planned likely went the way of your other resolutions, which is to say you forgot about them in two weeks. Before you freak out and start googling “how to fly to Europe for $200 round-trip in June” or pick up a side gig at TGI Friday’s, we suggest you scour the following slides for some relatively painless ways to save $1,000 over the next two months. No, we’re not going to tell you to bring in a roommate or work a night job; instead, we’ve set forth steps you can take without disrupting your life in any major way. So, let the getaway planning begin, because this is how you’re going to pay for it.

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