On the first weekend of every month (Friday through Sunday), more than 20 old warehouses in the Historic Kansas City West Bottoms Business District open their doors to the public for West Bottoms First Festival Weekends. Admission is FREE. This event features antiques and vintage merchandise for sale (the warehouses restock each month, so there’s always an […]
On the third Friday of every month, downtown Overland Park holds a Local Life event. Admission is free. This event runs from 5 to 8 p.m. Activities vary by month, but include live music, food and drink specials, demonstrations, kids’ activities, and more. Check the Facebook page each month for a current schedule of events.
As you’re preparing your grocery list for the weekend, make sure you check out our new Grocery Coupons Page. It updates automatically, so the coupons should always be current. Looking for tips on how best to use coupons? Check out the advice from Living on the Cheap’s Coupon Insider. Find restaurant coupons here.
Looking for Kansas City area garage sales, yard sales, moving sales, or estate sales? Check out our Garage Sales page. It includes an interactive map that will show you where to find local sales. And if you’re having your own sale, you can also click on “Add a Sale” to add yours to our page.
There’s now one more good reason to try Amazon Prime. Besides the unlimited FREE two-day shipping, 40,000+ movies and TV shows that you can instantly watch and the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, unlimited ad-free access to over a million songs, now Amazon Prime users get unlimited photo storage. They’ll be on the cloud and you […]
Amazon’s subscribe and save service is perfect if you’re always running out of staples like cereal, snacks, paper towels, shampoo, diapers and kitty litter. Or, more important, chocolate. You can set up delivery on a recurring basis, whether that’s once a month or once every six months. You choose your delivery date and you can […]
Your editors at Kansas City on the Cheap have joined forces with a team of more than 20 consumer advocates, frugalistas, and experienced journalists to create a new resource called Living on the Cheap (http://livingonthecheap.com). Living on the Cheap is a national consumer news Web site that offers practical advice on how to save money. […]