10 Things You Can Bundle to Score Savings

Sometimes getting more of something or combining services can lead to lower costs.

I don't usually advocate buying more of something just to score savings. For example, I always say no to the "spend-more-to-save-more" pitch from store clerks who tell me that if I spend another, say, $10 I can earn a coupon for $25 off my next purchase of $50 or more. That doesn't save me any money -- it just tempts me to spend more.

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Cameron Huddleston
Former Online Editor, Kiplinger.com

Award-winning journalist, speaker, family finance expert, and author of Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk.

Cameron Huddleston wrote the daily "Kip Tips" column for Kiplinger.com. She joined Kiplinger in 2001 after graduating from American University with an MA in economic journalism.