Dairy prices are on the rise. Farmers are happy, but consumers are grumpy as their dollar buys less at the checkout. Fortunately oily raggers have lots of ideas about how you can cut down on your milk costs, but before giving you their tips here are a few
Savings & Investment
After decades of shopper watching, the Oily Rag Research Department has come up with a thesis of shopping personalities.
While oily raggers may be frugal with their money, there is nothing frugal about their generosity in sharing their money saving-tips with others.
In this column we are going to depart from our normal selection of new money saving tips for the frugal minded, to announce an important new shopping psyche discovery.
People say times are challenging, and for some they are, but it's moments like these that the oily rag pioneering spirit of frugality, thrift and adventure is reawakened
The personnel at the Oily Rag Research Department donned white coats and, with clip board in hand, ventured forth on a quest to find the cheapest way of buying beer.
You have sent in so many interesting penny-pinching tips lately that we thought we would share as many as space allows.
Oily raggers are a creative bunch. There is no limit to their imagination when it comes to putting other people's junk to good use.
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Oily raggers love something for nothing. It's no surprise then that they should be tempted by the various loyalty programs on offer. But how good are these programs? Are they really something for nothing or is there a catch?