Are you always trying to score a deal and constantly searching for ways to save? Have your friends started calling you out on being too cheap?
If so, it might be time to acknowledge that you’ve become a full-fledged cheapskate! Remember – there is such a thing as taking frugality too far.
Read on as we identify some common signs that your penny-pinching has become an art form.
#1. You Never Tip More Than the Minimum Amount
#2. You Always Look for the Lowest Price, Even if It Means Sacrificing Quality
#3. You Are Always Looking for Discounts or Coupons
#4. You Are Always Trying to Negotiate the Price of Things
#5. You Always Ask for Free Samples or Extras
#6. You Always Buy Things in Bulk, Even if You Don’t Need Them
#7. You Are Always Trying to Return or Exchange Things
#8. You Always Ask for Freebies or Free Upgrades
#9. You Always Try to Split the Bill Evenly, Regardless of What People Ordered
#10. You Always Buy Things on Clearance or at the End of Season Sales
#11. You Always Try to Haggle or Bargain
#12. You Always Bring Your Own Food or Drinks to Events or Outings
#13. You Always Try to Get Things for Free or at a Reduced Cost
#14. You Always Try to Borrow Things Instead of Buying Them
#15. You Always Try to Get a Refund or Exchange if Something Is Slightly Damaged
#16. You Always Opt for the Most Basic or Cheapest Options
#17. You Always Try to Get a Discount or Special Deal
#18. You Always Try to Get Free Shipping or Handling
#19. You Always Try to Get Free or Discounted Services
#20. You Always Try to Return or Exchange Things Even if You’ve Used Them
#21. You Always Try to Get a Better Deal on Things You’ve Already Purchased
#22. You Always Try to Get a Warranty or Guarantee
#23. You Always Try to Get a Rain Check or Credit if Something Is Out of Stock
#24. You Always Try to Get a Gift Card or Credit Instead of a Refund
#25. You Always Try to Get a Buy One Get One Free Deal
#26. You Always Try to Get a Loyalty or Rewards Program Deal
#27. You Always Try to Get a Referral or Referral Bonus
#28. You Always Try to Get Free or Reduced-Cost Maintenance
#29. You Always Try to Get a Trade-in or Trade-up Deal
#30. You Always Try to Get a Bundle or Package Deal
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This article was produced by Mama Say What?! and syndicated by Wealthy Living.