CLEVELAND - It's hard to think about winter weather when the leaves are just beginning to change colors. If you plan ahead, you could save money on winter tires.
Joe Daugirdas aka " Joe the Coupon Guy " said there are lots of rebates and discounts on tires right now. Before you decide which one to go with, he suggest researching tires on Tire Rack . It's an online seller of tires that's popular among consumers who want to save money and find out what others think about tires. Daugirdas likes the reviews by other customers. It helps you narrow down your search for the best tire for your money.
If you buy your tires online, you take them to a tire shop to have them put on your car.
Or, do your research online and then head to a local shop and see if they'll match the deal.
Saturday, you can cash in on free coffee as stores celebrate National Coffee Day. While supplies last, you can get a free small cup of Amy's Blend coffee at Caribou, buy one get one free pumpkin lattes at Einstein Bros. Bagels, free 12-ounce cup of Krispy Kreme's House Blend coffee, and six free doughnuts with the purchase of a Box o' Joe at Dunkin' Donuts when you print a coupon.
You can also save with your smartphone. If you download SnipSnap , you can scan, save and redeem coupons from your smartphone.
Dispose of old prescriptions
Saturday is the day to get rid of old prescription medication. It's a way to safely dispose of unwanted and expired medicine while keeping drugs out of the hands of abusers and children. Click here to find a Take Back site near you . No questions will be asked when you drop off your medicine. The program runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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