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With money being tight these days’ people are looking for ways to save money.
Buying cheap is one-way people do things. But is buying cheap a good way to save money? In some instances, yes.
For example, buying cheap throw away plates for a beach BBQ. But if you want something to last buying cheap is never a good idea.
There is a saying that says “the bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten”. The fact is, buying cheap now can actually cost more in the long run. An example, when our first son was born we went pram shopping. Where we met another couple also pram shopping. They told us to learn from their mistake. [Is cheap pool heating the solution?]