5 Entertainment Freebies {Yep, FREE!}

entertainmentWe’re all looking for ways to save a buck, so I put together 5 ways to save money on entertainment.

  1. Text Redbox to 727272 and receive a free movie code each month.
  2. Download the Pandora app on your smartphones and tablets to enjoy free music. You can also visit Pandora.com and listen to free music on your computer.  Just enter your favorite artists and Pandora will create a playlist just for you.
  3. There are tons of ways to get your hands on free books. One way is to visit your local library, and another is to download e-books from the following sites: Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and Project Gutenberg. Take your pick!
  4. Learn a new language for free if your library is connected to the Mango service. See if Mango Languages is available at your library and begin learning a new language today!
  5. Bank of America and Merrill Lynch customers with debit or credit cards can gain free access to 150 museums on the first weekend of each month.

Who said “Nothing in life is free”? 😉

If you have any other free entertainment options to add, please include them in the comments below.

Enjoy! :)

20 thoughts on “5 Entertainment Freebies {Yep, FREE!}

  1. Mom's 2 Cents on Money says:

    You can watch free Movies on Primewire.ag. You never know where the movies come from so some people have an issue with it, but we have watched movies while they are still in the theaters on there and saved a bundle! You can also check out Hulu (the free version) and even YouTube has full movies sometimes. :)

  2. Reenski says:

    Love my library! I’m into two graphic novels that would cost me a pretty penny if I kept up with them regularly. Instead I can borrow them for a week from the library and enjoy! Plus it’s a great way to teach myself new things, like Microsoft Access or languages (will also have to check out the Mango Languages!)

    • SimpLeigh Organized says:

      I always forget about the free DVDs and magazines at the library. Thanks for the reminder! Also, would love to hear more about how you get free cable…we are currently paying $200/month! Hence the reason I’m always trying to save money! :)

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