Need some stay-cation ideas for MEA Break? We’ve rounded up a list of 18 Things to Do in the Twin Cities Over MEA Break to give you some inspiration.
As the weather cools down, it’s apple cider time! Mark your calendar for one of these apple cidering in the Twin Cities, many of which are low-cost (or even free).
Fall is almost here! Use the Fall Color Finder on the Minnesota DNR website to help you find the best times and places to see fall colors in Minnesota.
If your college student doesn’t want to bring a car to campus, Zipcar is a possible alternative. Right now college students can sign up for $15 (normally $50).
Haven’t tried Uber yet? Save $20 on your first ride when you sign up with this promo code. Plus, consider becoming an Uber driver yourself as a side hustle.
Screen movies for $1-$2 a day with VidAngel’s streaming service, plus earn $5-$10 in your PYD Rewards account when you get started. VidAngel allows you to filter out potentially objectionable content of your choosing.
I’ve got a legitimate way for you to earn $75 this week in exchange for one hour of your time. (Promise that it’s legit!)
Amazon has upped their free shipping threshold from $35 to $49 for non-Prime members. Not thrilled about the change? Here are 3 ways you can still get free shipping from Amazon.
Using a pressure cooker doesn’t have to be intimidating (let my story of exploding soup help you), plus using one can save you money in two main ways.
What is Prime Pantry? We’ll explain the ins and outs of this Prime member-only service from Amazon which offers you everyday essentials in everyday sizes at a flat rate per box.