Bobbi Rebell, financial columnist and author of the book "How To Be A Financial Grownup," shares her tips
**Generally a $99 annual fee but that is less than one full price Broadway ticket. Then usually less than $5 per ticket.
Broadway Rush tickets and lotteries.
TKTS: If you go to Brooklyn or South Street Seaport you can get next-day matinee tickets at a discount. Avoid the tourists!
Sit solo: You can get great deals and better seats if you only need one seat
TDF.org: $34 annual membership, tickets never cost more than $47. Here’s the catch: you have to be a student, union member, teacher, civil servant, recent graduate or retiree.
Secret weapon: School auction websites like biddingforgood.com often have tickets for shows and events at below market price!
Use a plug-in app called Honey. It will search for the codes for you, install it and it will come up and apply it.
Ebates.com is another good one. Install it once and it will pop up and give you a rebate. Also consider
When you shop online, if you put something in your cart, leave it and come back a bit later, you will often get a discount code sent to you! Retailers will already know you are interested in the product so they want to seal the deal. It’s easier to get a sale from you then to start over with someone else.