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Need an inexpensive way to update some furniture or paint an accent wall? Follow this helpful tip from DIY creator @livelovehouse and scour a home improvement store’s “Oops Paint” selection for a deep discount.

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One new innovation Target is bringing to the pandemic shopping experience: reservations that allow you to skip long lines. You can go to Target.com/line to see if there is a line of shoppers standing outside your local store. If so, you can reserve a spot in line, and Target will text you when it's your turn to enter the store.

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Before you book anything, be sure to check if you’re eligible for a discount. After all, who wouldn’t want to pay less? There are a variety of discounts you could qualify for that could save you anywhere from a couple bucks to free admission. Here are some of the most popular discounts:

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Not all dealerships will subscribe to this “market adjustment” philosophy. Your goal is to find those dealers. You might have to cast your net wider to a dealership out of town or in the next county. That said, this tactic won’t automatically translate to a discount. Since the vehicle is in high demand, paying sticker price would be considered a fair deal, and anything below that would be a bonus.

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“ALWAYS ask for discounts,” says reader Mitch Goldberg. “You would be surprised at the number of businesses and attractions that give substantial discounts to veterans, AAA members, teachers, students, etc. I have saved thousands when traveling by simply asking.”

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“Want to save money when you dine out without using coupons? So many restaurants now offer happy hour pricing with big discounts on food as well as drinks, so long as you order before 6 or 7 p.m.,” says reader Stacey Marantz Stabile.

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