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I saw a book advertised in Reader's Digest called "Extraordinary Uses for Ordinary Things
2317 Ways to Save Money and Time"
Sounds right up my alley but the price is "4 easy payments of just $7.99 with free shipping"
Went on Amazon and was able to get "like new" copy for $3.64 plus $3.99 shipping. So paid $7.63 vs $31.96 at Readers Digest.
I have learned to do this on any book I think I might be interested in owning and have found I can save big time over buying from the publisher.
If it is something you just want to read and not keep for reference always check out your local library first.