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Linda Stern

Want to save money? Don’t shop - but if you do, know how to play the game

By Linda Stern
Globe Correspondent / August 20, 2009

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The best way to save money is to not shop. Really. If you don’t go to the store (or the online store), you can’t spend anything, and that’s cheaper than getting a bargain. Especially if you tend to spend an additional $50 or $200 on your way in or out of the store to pick up the “bargain.’’ (Full article: 522 words)

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