Looking for something fun to do this weekend? In honor of the National Park Service’s birthday, this Saturday, August 25, the entrance fee to the country’s national parks will be waived.
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Need to tame your spending? Charlotte Biggs, president of the Pet Care Services Association, an industry trade group, recommends bringing your four-legged friend in for her haircut midweek.
If you’re trying to cram all those doctor’s appointments in before the kids head back to school, use this advice to save some dough on dental care. For regular checkups, visit a dental school. Most schools have clinics that treat patients (under the supervision of a dentist) for about 50 percent less. If you’re in need of a filling, consider […]
If the kids (or you!) are prone to car sickness, planning a family vacation–especially one on the open road–may be downright stressful. When driving is unavoidable, follow these smart tips to soothe the stomach.
Tomorrow marks the 52nd anniversary of many a family’s favorite summer destination: Six Flags. The first park in the now-famous chain opened on August 1, 1961 in Arlington, Texas, with an admission price of $2.75. (Today, admission to the same park costs 60 bucks.)
The next time you’re headed to the beach, toss an old ice cream scoop into your beach bag.
Amusement parks scream summertime fun, but they can really wear your wallet thin. With steeply priced entrance tickets (some cost as much as $80!), meals, and maybe a souvenir or two, you’re looking at one expensive trip. Here’s how to avoid the financial roller coaster: