I know we just did an awesome giveaway lately, but THIS one was too good not to pass along to you guys today :) In a nutshell, we’ll be giving one of you lucky budgeters a $500 Amex card!! Which you can use for anything in the world you want! Woohoo!
About Today’s Sponsor:
Today’s giveaway is sponsored by the fine folks at Fellowes – a company that can help businesses save up to 70% over off-site document storage, shredding and finishing. They just launched a Savings Analyzer tool to help business decision makers uncover potential cost-savings by switching from off-site to in-house document management. By answering just a few short questions in a brief survey, you will be given an immediate recommendation on ways to save on document management costs.
If you’re a small business owner yourself, or you’re in charge of document storage/expenses at your employer, check it out and see how much you can save:
How To Enter Today’s $500 Giveaway!
If you’re excited about this $500 American Express card, you’ve got THREE ways to enter today :) Each one you do will grant you one entry, and you can do a maximum of all three for a total of three entries into today’s giveaway. Do whichever ones you prefer, just make sure to leave each entry in its own SEPARATE comment down below.
Here are your three ways to enter:
- Click on the Savings Analyzer tool and share your results with us! Drop a comment below with the % it says you’ll save (it’ll be at the top), and you’ll then be entered to win.
- Answer this question: What was the last SWITCH you did to save money? (Cable bill? Cell phone? Your home?) Let us know in the comments below to be entered!
- Tweet or Facebook about the Savings Analyzer tool. Shoot out something like, “Wanna help your company save money on document storage or shredding? Check out this Savings Analyzer! http://savingsanalyzer.fellowes.com” or tweak it in your own words :) Then when you’re done, drop a comment down below to let us know which you’ve done.
That’s it! You’ll have until this Saturday night, 10/20/12, at midnight to enter, and then we’ll pick the winner shortly thereafter by using Random.org. Good luck!! And remember, each entry needs to be in it’s OWN separate comment if you want it to count (I know I know, I put this in a billion places, but it’s just that many of you will forget and I don’t want you to lose all your chances! :))
I hope this helps some of y’all! $500 can go a looooooong way with paying some bills or stocking up on future Xmas gifts or travel ;) It’s a lot of money for only spending a few seconds of your time!
Ts & Cs & Ds: All entrants must be 18 and up to enter, and reside in either the United States or Canada (sorry my foreign friends!). This post and giveaway is sponsored by Fellowes, and all thoughts and opinions related to Fellowes are my own.
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ooh I’d save 99% :)
I would save 88%! Last switch was electricity about 6 months ago.
We switched from shopping at a local supermarket to shopping at national chains (e.g. Target, CVS, Walgreen, etc.) I am a big supporter of the “Buy Local” movement, but man, those coupon and reward savings really add up!
I sent out a tweet encouraging people to visit the website on 10/17. You can verify by reviewing my list of tweets here:
Based on my results, I could save up to 100% if I switched to in-house document storage.
woohoo, I’d save 98%!
My last switch was my cable bill, got rid of the tv portion and switched to hulu.
I’d say 31% on shredding. I switched out my rental cable modem with one I bought and saved $5 a month. It’ll pay itself off in a bit over a year.
I tweeted your tweet here – https://twitter.com/MoneyLifeMore/status/258526553732943873
Three entries please :)
My last switch to save a buck was my internet provider. I transferred to the new provider because they offered the first 6 months of unlimited data absolutely free with a very reasonable (and cheaper) monthly rate thereafter.
We combined our car insurance and switched providers. We’re saving $400 this year!
While I’d love a shredder for my documents, I don’t pay for shredding so Savings Analyzer got very confused by my input =)
The last switch I made to save money was cancel our parking lease. It was up anyway, and that will save the BF and I $100 ($50 each). I’ll also be canceling my gym membership in December, when it’s up, so I’ll save another $40!
I added a telephone to my internet and cable bill and saved $30 a month. Not sure how that worked out for Comcast, but now I have a home phone for free and $30 extra in my pocket :) Plus they upgraded my modem/router so I was able to sell my old router.
Awesome contest! I tweeted and shared the savings tool on FB. :https://twitter.com/Elle_CM/status/258533197082660864
According to the analyzer I could save about 71%, sweet :) The last switch we’ve made has been with cell phone providers – we moved over to Sprint for a competitive rate and better service.
98% Savings, the last thing i did to save money was DISCOUNT DOUBLE CHECKED budget and realized that if i put monthly expenses on my credit card and paid them off monthly, i get 1% cash back. Which i put towards the principal of the house.
We just saved $52 a month on our cell phones and upgraded to a better plan. Then I called our cable provider and saved $20! It pays to call!
We switched from satellite to Hulu/Netflix and it’s beautiful, just beautiful…
We’d save 83% if we switched! Cool tool!
The last financial switch I made was asking for an adjustment in my work hours, so that my husband and I could commute to work together. We save gas money ($50 to $100 a week) and wear and tear on one vehicle. We also get to have a few minutes to chat before we start our day.
The Savings Analyzer has found that I can save on average 73%. Not bad.
It says I can save an average of 31%!
The most recent financial switch I made was getting rid of cable and opting for the roku player with my netflix instant stream. It’s awesome!
I facebooked about the analyzer tool!
Oh gosh. What haven’t I done to save money lately?! I would say our biggest and most recent savings is switching all the insurance (auto and home) over to USAA after we got married (I already had my car with USAA) for a savings of around $200/month.
Two big things we did to save money recently were switching to cash envelope budgeting and cutting cable!
I switched my magazine subscriptions this autumn. Trimmed a few and added cheaper alternatives.
I’m about to close on a refinance that reduces the terms of my mortgage from 4.25% to 2.75%. By switching loan providers/terms, I will save a significant amount of money.
The last switch I did was switching from a Cable TV+Internet package to Cable internet+ netflix. I watch the new shows on the stations websites and the old ones on Netflix. I went from $140 a month to $70 a month for essentially the same service, which is now 100% on demand as opposed to prescribed times. Love it!
Our most recent money saver was looking at our cable and internet package. We not only are saving $30/month but also got a $500 gift card from the provider
I am about to switch to a pre-paid phone to get out of my current $56/month plan with T-Mobile. Wish me luck! The last thing I did to save some dough was to persistantly (but politely) call a doctor’s office to get them to lower the bill. They had charged me for all kind of “legit” expenses and fees
I switched off the cable tv about a year ago to save money!!
I switched to Geico and saved something like $500/yr on car insurance! Also planning on switching to a pre-paid phone once my 2-year contract is up.
I would save 31%. And I saved money by calling FIOS to ask for the lates specials and packages or else I would switch and they offered me the current promotion they were running.
It says I can save on average 73% by managing my documents in-house!
We switched our cell phone plans recently and saved about $60 a month!
Switched to a prepaid cell plan and saved a bunch.
Wow, 88%. <— that's too short a comment for wordpress!
tweeted ( https://twitter.com/KarmellaS/status/258554443950329856 )
I got really into “artisan” beef jerky (random, I know) which is damn expensive. I am in the process of switching to borrowing a dehydrator and using Alton Brown’s recipe to make my own.
It says 99% for me!
I switched my cable bill and save around $20 per month :)
The last switch that we made was from Farmer’s Insurance to Country Financial (all of our policies).
Amazingly, we saved nearly $2,000 a year on our rental property, about $500 each on both autos, and on our primary homeowners policy, we saved about $300, netting out to a cool $3300. On TOP of that, we received all of the extra money we had paid in to our policies in the form of 4 separate checks! Once we paid the new premiums, we still had over $2000 left!
The one thing I will say is to CHECK YOUR INSURANCE POLICIES! Our policies were great and very budget-friendly when we bought them 6 years ago, but over time, they started to nickel and dime the increases (I presume so consumers don’t notice — just like we didn’t notice).
Regardless – best financial move I’ve made in a LONG time.
The last switch I made was vanpooling instead of driving to work. My commuting costs went down from around $325 to about $140, a $185/month savings. Woohoo! I now also get to nap for an extra 2 hours a day :). Can’t put a price on that.
I tweeted! https://twitter.com/klw0424/status/258559162265526273
I switched grocery stores. No more fancy store with all of the temptations.
According to Savings Analyzer I would save 99% on document storage.
My last switch to save money was riding the bus instead of driving to work! Save $$ on gas and parking to the tune of $308/month!!!
I saved money by switching my cell phone from unlimited data to 4 gb. I’m hoping to save more by putting my cable and cell bill on one bill.
The most recent switch I made to save money was on my car insurance. The old company wanted to increase my monthly payment by $28 a month from one 6 month period to the next. Excuse me, but hasn’t the value gone DOWN as I’ve driven the car, and thus insuring it should be cheaper?? So I got 3 or 4 quotes that were all way cheaper for the same coverage and went with the cheapest!
Fellowes said I’d save 100%. Doesn’t that mean it would be free?
I would save 31% on document shredding.
I switched from riding public transportation to work to riding a bicycle to work; saves $4 a day!
Last switch I made was to carpooling to work. I’m saving about $200/month in gas now!
I tweeted about Fellowes
I decided not to get cable or internet when I moved.
Switched cable bills.
We recently dropped our landline and have changed internet providers to bundle with our cable and cell phones and this is saving us about $50/month!
The last switch I made was to remove insurance from my cell phone. This is saving me $7/month.
We switched cell phone providers and we are saving $52 every month!
I could save 73% on laminating!
We dropped cable and just use Netflix and Hulu Plus – saves us $78 a month!
We switched to running and workout videos to drop our gym membership bill!
The last switch we made was dropping our landline, which has saved about $40/month!
My wife and I switched from Comcast Business to Comcast Residential. It saved us about $50 per month. We had to get a new phone number but it was well worth the savings!
I switched cable companies to save $10 a month since Time Warner refused to lower the bill. $500 would be a great birthday present!!!
My last major switch was the gym. I traded that for free workouts on apps, and running.
We recently switched from one company with a bundle for TV, phone and internet to just phone and internet with them, and TV through another company. We’re saving $100 a month!
We changed car insurance companies and saved about $300 a year.
Ive started saving money by bringing my lunch to work everyday this month. Not only do I save money buy not buying lunch or gas to get me there but im saving calories too!
31% savings with the savings analyzer
I dropped cable to save money
When our bill went up with Time Warner I called and told them we wanted to cancel and go with their competitor. They dropped our bill by $20.00 and added some useful features.
we cut the cable
We’d save 98%! We dropped digital cable and the DVR, saved us like $60/month.
The last switch we did to save money was when we refinanced our home in June. We ended up saving $336/month!
I switched off my internet and saved $24 a month. Just use my phone for everything.
I tweeted your link @debtzilla
Our last big switch was to drop DirecTV..saving us $60/mo. Now we get old-skool antenna TV! Total throwback to my childhood….. :) Worth every penny.
Dropped the land line and internet – $70/mo, then added a wi-fi hot spot onto the cell bill, +20/mo, so i’ve got an extra $50/mo to put towards something else.
It said I would save 100%.
Mine said 99% we dropped to the lower package with our cable and save about 40 a month it was hard to give up my internet speed lol
My last switch to save money has been taking the bus to work rather than the metro. Muuuuuch cheaper.
The last switch I made was to change insurance on two homes. It will save about $1000 a year.
I could save -39%…. I guess I am already saving enough!
we dropped to the lower package with our cable and save about 40 a month it was hard to give up my internet speed lol
The last switch I did to save money was my car insurance! I now save $40 a month!
I could save 99%!
Hi J. Site says I could save 99% by storing in-house. WOW!
I can save on average 31% by managing your documents in-house.
We switched car insurance companies.
We cut the cable and switch cell phone plans.
The last switch I made to save money (always a priority) was to lower my car insurance deductible from $100 – $500. I saved about $25 / month with USAA (I’ll NEVER leave ’em!)
The last “switch” I made was automating my savings. I upped my 401K contributions and set up auto-transfers so I didn’t have to think about it anymore! It’s amazing to watch the savings grow. And I feel more in control of my finances, oddly enough!
My last switch was to give up cable (and a tv) altogether. I thought it would painful, but I’m actually not missing it very much! I have so much time to do all those things I was planning to get to someday…
Posted your direct quote to FB.
The last switch i made was changing our cable plan. We saved about $40 a month and were given enough freebies that our channels haven’t changed at all!
The last switch I made to save money was moving my cell phone plan from Verizon to T-Mobile.
At first I thought, woohoo 44%! But then scrolling thru the comments I guess that isn’t as impressive at 100%. lol!
The last switch I made to save money was getting rid of our landline phone and using MagicJack – instead of spending $360/year on a seldom used home phone, were’ now spending $30/year!
This week, my husband dropped Verizon and switched to Page Plus. Should save us about $18/month… plus he’ll have (very limited) data now, too. I didn’t switch because I use too many minutes. :)
I put it on Facebook!
Mine says I’d save on average 31%. That’s pretty significant. A few months ago the hubs and I switched from DirecTV to a local cable company. It’s not as fancy or easy to use, but we are saving over 33% so we are going to keep it for at least a year.
I would save 73%!
so ill be saving 94%. wowsers. bring it on.
I just switched my cellphone from a Verizon Talk and Text contract to a Virgin Mobile Data plan. I’m saving $25 per month with no contract and more features!
I switched to the envelope system to save $$…. and it works!
I got a 91% savings. But I suppose that’s skewed since not all our storage is ‘documents’ – we store hardware, too. So it’s not clear how that applies.
my last switch was on insurance providers. saved over $500 by shopping around.
Due to serious financial crap, our latest switch was switching my husband from real orange juice (from concentrate, we’d switched from the premium earlier) to Tang. Saves us 75% of the cost per week, and he doesn’t have to change his habit.
I switched from unlimited texts with Verizon to 1000 a month. Saving $10 every single month now!
And I tweeted it, as @FernWise
Most recent switch was getting rid of directv and bundling tv with internet and phone with comcast. saving quite a bit each month.
I was going to cancel my cable has the price increased but they lowered the package for me instead.
I would save 108% Woot
Our Savings Analyzer has found that you can save on average 100% by managing your documents in-house.
We moved closer to my husband’s job, and it’s a good time to save a bit on gas.
99% – crazy! What a great tool for planning.
i ran through the sample and would save 99%, using the tool.. very rad :)
Switched cable providers and stopped my DVR/Tivo – significant savings per month. One of the best things I’ve done for my budget this year.
the last switch that I did to make money was changing up my cable bill and getting rid of all of our premium channels to save a bundle..
I’d save 31% on document shredding.
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We dropped cable and added hulu. Best. Idea. Ever. Now we watch TV/movies via Netflix, Hulu Plus and a digital antenna for a total of <$30/month. We were paying $100/month for cable on top of Netflix.
My most recent save was finding unsecured wi-fi in my apartment building. I’m saving $40 a month on internet! Judge me if you will :).
My wife and I bid adieu to cable television.
I got 88% on storage of documents.
we dropped cable and dont miss it for a minute.
The last switch I made was to get a deal on internet for only 19.99 a month for 6 months. I’m saving about $20/month.
It says I could save 93% on document shredding!
The last switch I did was changing my cellphone plan to one with less minutes since I don’t spend that much time talking on the phone anymore.
Quote has been tweeted
I switched to a different phone/internet provider – save about $20/month
My savings analyzer results were 44% (I used old numbers from my previous position… I don’t yet have the power to shred in my current role…).
The last SWITCH we did to save money will out my family geekdom – we went from a monthly subscription of World of Warcraft @ $16 a month, to a bi-annual subscription @ $76, saving us about $3 a month… yes, that’s only about forty bucks a year, but for a family of 4 on a single income, this is one of two perks we budget for and every little bit counts!
I would save up to 99% on binding and laminating!
The last switch I did to save money was our TV bill. Said goodbye to Uverse, hello to Direct TV and saved $80/mo. Hopefully next year I can say bye to Direct TV and hello to just Hulu and save another $80!
The last switch we made was car insurance companies and we saved quite a bit of money. I can’t remember the exact amount but somewhere around $500 per year!
I would save 0% simply because I don’t currently have to pay for document storage or shredding.
The last money-saving switch I did was finally biting the bullet and cancelling cable TV. It’s saving me around $60/month!
Posted about the savings analyzer on FB (as Kelli Rolvaag).
We would save 88% on storage.
I switched my life insurance and saved $50/month!
My dad recently downgraded our internet plan to save some money. Needless to say, I do miss the previous speed.
I switched cable companies and save $100 a month.
And heres my tweet:
I’m in the process of a switch right now! Moving from AT&T to Airvoice on my cell phone. (Should save me about $60 a month)
We got rid of cable and now just watch on Hulu and Netflix. Not exactly a switch, but saves a lot of money and we barely miss cable.
The analyzer says I would save 0%, as my business isn’t large enough yet to require document storage or shredding
I’d save 31% at least…very helpful
We switched our individual cell phones to a family plan – so much cheaper!
I live by myself and was shelling out $150 a month for internet and cable, absurd! It wasn’t worth it to me so I cut out the cable and now pay just $50 for internet (which is still kind of a lot in my opinion) and $14 for hulu and netflix. AND about a month ago, I tried plugging my cable into the TV just to see. All of a sudden, I’m getting 100+ channels FO FREE! And the local stations are HD, score!
My last money-saving switch was technically my husband’s – down to borrowing one Gamefly game at a time on his subscription instead of two. But since I’m the budget master who pays all the bills, I will claim that as my own! :P
Last thing I did to save mega amounts of $$$$ was to have a friend watch my dog at my place, rather than taking her to a kennel. I’m in the process of relocating, and had to go out of town for the month of October. Savings of over $600, even with me paying her a few hundred to say THANKS !!!!
says that I will save 87%
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Last switch for me was dropping at&t landline and going to OOMA which is web based and saved a ton of money
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brich22 at earthlink dot net
Switched from uVerse TV to DirecTV…..saved about $60/mth for the next 2 years….plus Sunday Ticket for free
And I would save about 23%
I would save 88%!
Just switched my cell phone to a better carrier and saved a 3@#!-load I went from $195.24 for unlimited everything, to $12.50 per month with FREE texting, data, etc. That’s for 2 Droids on Verizon’s network BABY!
I just posted about this today on my website!!!! I win. lol
Tweeted for sure!
Last thing I did to save money was switch my insurance to Geico! They really do offer best prices for your car. I saved $200 on a 6 month policy. As a struggling college student, any amount helps!
The last switch I made was going from driving to work to actually riding the train. Instead of paying $200 month in gas I now pay $75(company discount) and don’t have to worry about traffic.
@ LB – I’m with VZ and have two phone what the heck am I doing wrong I need to find out so I can lower my bill as well.
To save money, I got a second job during the evenings. When I had free time, I would go out with my friends and spend money. Now, my evenings and weekends are booked. It sucks that I can’t go out, but I have seen about a $1000 increase in income a month.
it looks like i could save 31%
Did the tweeting from ChivalryPro – and our money saver was a refi on our mortgage. Saved some big bucks that is helping us now!
we saved money by switching from cable tv to netflix streaming and it’s been great!
I would save 48%!
And I’m just not looking into refinancing my mortgage. It’s not bad, but I think we can do better…
p.s. I totally spelled email address incorrectly in my last post…. it’s right here.
The analyzer says I’d save 99%.
The analyzer says I’d save 31%.
I dropped cable a few months ago and haven’t regretted it a bit! Adding Hulu Plus cut down on my savings, but I love not feeling like a slave to the DVR and having a few extra $$ in my budget.
We recently gave cable and Sirius satellite the boot. We also called our internet company and received a better rate!
Posted a tweet: https://twitter.com/rocketengr/status/258650881682202624
I recently switched my internet/phone company and saved $40 a month!
Our Savings Analyzer has found that you can save on average 31% by managing your documents in-house.
It says I’ll save 99%.
I switched to a newer cable modem and it sound be more energy effienant.
The last switch I made was going from Vonage to Ooma.
It says I would save 99%. To save money, I recently switched my cable bill to a lower plan, resulting in about $20 less a month plus I got a few discounts/freebies such as free DVR for 6 months and half off of HBO.
I tweeted the message: http://www.twitter.com/hot97cutie
Shared on Facebook(Sue Brandes)
I would save 65%
we recently switched internet providers, it saves us a lot!
tweeted – https://twitter.com/luvx143/status/258658160896770048
Tweeted – thanks for having this! ;)
It’s not about what you are doing wrong, it is what you want from your cell phone. I use prepay minutes, free apps, and wifi. This can be done with almost any newer phone or used phone in my case, which is a whole other savings story too. :) This saves me so much money, that most of the time I randomly call people just so I can use my minutes lol.
I switched from a monthly cell phone plan to a pay-as-you go plan. Easily saved $200 or so a year.
I’d save 73% if I did my laminating in house…. good deal!!!!!!!!!
My last switched was my cable bill a few months ago, woohoo!
we downgraded our cable to basic for a while, not too horrible and we save a bunch each month.
“Our Savings Analyzer has found that you can save on average by managing your documents in-house.”
I think I broke it because I dont use services for any of the options! So I cant save any money as far as I can tell.
we just switched cell phone provides and it cut my bill by a third.
Our Cell phones were switched to PagePlusCellular, keeping our paid for android phones, and moving to a provider on the verizon network that does prepay and doesnt require a data plan.
tweeted, but name is personally identifiable, so will provide proof if this is the winning entry/.
I switched from shopping at Whole Foods to going to the “regular” grocery store for more of my day-to-day items. I LOVE Whole Foods, but it’s just too expensive :-/
Nice, I can save 31%!
I switched to cooking in more and saved $200+ depending on the month
The last switch I did to save money was I refinanced my mortgage and kept the same payment but switched to a 20 yr loan. Will save interest in the long run
My wife and I switched car insurance companies and we are saving right aroung $200.00 a year.
I would save 31%! We don’t shred too much, I work for the county government.
I am planning on getting rid of cable as soon as we switch to Netflix.
Last switch was calling the cable company and telling them that I’m switching to another service. Saved myself $30 a month. Also, I stopped buying lunch everyday and started to bring in my own. Major was stopped shopping! Now that was a big accomplishment! :)
I tweeted @mskenyaf
100% saving for me!
The last big change I made to save $$ was to move!! I cut my rent cost to about 2/3 of what it was, and it’s definitely helping. The extra $500 would be a great addition.
Tweeted about it! (@joyatee)
The last switch I did to save money was ordering more of my groceries online. I’ve been saving a ton!
Tweeted about the Savings Analyzer tool:
My Savings Analyzer has found that I can save on average 93% by managing your documents in-house.
We got rid of cable and are saving $80/mth.
The last big switch my household made was to get rid of cable completely. We have the $8 a month Netflix instant, but that is it and to be honest, it’s not that bad! There is plenty to watch and we have really cut back on the amount we watch anyway and figured out some other things to do instead of wasting time (and money) on cable!
I got rid of cable and bought my own modem for the Internet and saved $65/month.
Switched to a cable bundle that includes a phone line I’ll never use …I didn’t even buy a phone for it!
I cancelled my land-line phone!
We could save 93%?! That’s pretty good, I will have to look into it some more. It would be great to cut down that expense.
My switch has been more mindful spending, and more from Marshalls (got the Le Creuset I’ve been coveting for half off! which led to me cooking in more, and I’ve about paid for it in savings from that).
I would save 70%
the last switch to save money was my cell phone company.
We got rid of cable.
I just switched electric supplier for our home. Also about to close a bank account – tired of all their %$#@! fees!
Well, apparently I would save 31%. I don’t utilize many of these products on a daily/monthly basis tho.
The biggest savings I got from a recent switch was probably my new credit card. Of course, I opened another credit card, which may/may not be considered ‘good’, but due to my awesome credit, I got 12 months 0% AND they gave me 300$ cash back after 3 transactions! Yes, please!
The last thing that I saved money on was my cable bill. I just called and asked for them to lower my bundle. And they did!
I cut cable and use my Roku!
We switched cell phones and we have saved money.
I shop around for my auto and home insurance and get a better deal.
I always call the cable company every 6-12 months to adjust the bill…it can add up.
wow!! 99 percent for me!
I switched phone companies–so glad I did!
$172.12 – woohoo
recent switch was auto insurance – saved money and with great company
Unplugging everything before bed, and carpooling into town everyday. AND cashing in my gas points from Kroger.
I switched from cable to Direct TV.
it says i would save 100%!!
we switched from cable tv to regular tv 2 months ago.
it says i can save 100%
we just canceled gym and are switching to working out with a bike (which we’ve had for a year now)
I would save 98%…
Last switch to save money was getting rid of cable and just watching stuff on Netflix and internet.
I asked for last year’s rate on my (increased) annual termite coverage bill and they gave it to me! Also, recently opened an online checking account with a good interest rate.
We just switched our car insurance from State Farm to Allstate. We’ll probably switch again if we can find a better deal.
I’d save 72%, pretty decent
I can save 31% on my shredding costs.
The last switch I made to save money was cell phone carriers.
I tweeted: https://twitter.com/peg42/status/258890436247162880
Thanks so much for this giveaway :)
My last savings switch was to move a fee-managed mutual fund into a non-managed portfolio. Stupid $12/quarter fees…
Our Savings Analyzer has found that you can save on average 93% by managing your documents in-house.
Last savings switch was moving, a savings of $300 a month.
My last switch was my cable bill, got rid of the tv portion and switched to netflix.
tweet here: https://twitter.com/NICKIEISIS3/status/258917374131052544
My switch was cutting the cord… saving big bucks.
I switched from dry cleaning some of my delicate clothing items to washing them by hand, and using a steamer at home. The cost of the handheld steamer would only have gotten me a month or two of dry cleaning, and I’ve saved at least triple that since making the switch. I wear a suit every day (and can’t wear the same thing more than once a week, even though I wish I could), so these savings have stacked up fast!
I review our cell services once a year to make sure we are on the best plan. We saved $25 a month last year from the switch.
The savings analyzer found that I could save 95% on storage by managing documents in-house. I have about 50 boxes, so that’s significant!
My latest switch to save money was cell phone providers. I went from a large, contract-based company to a pay-per-month company, and I’m saving ~$20 per month.
The last switch we made was little, we went from monthly paying car/motorcycle insurance to every 6 months.
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i would save 31%, only for document shredding, nothing else needed!
I can save 31% on my shredding costs.
Recently we downgraded our cable package saving us about $40 a month.
Our most recent switch was rental modem -> personal modem. Our most significant switch was making do with one car vs. two.
I would save a whopping 31%… lol.
I increased my car insurance deductible and reduced the coverage (was overcovering my used car).
I’m in the process of switching cell phone plans right now to save on monthly bills.
My most recent switch was my car insurance.
the savings analyzer has me at 73%
the last thing i did to save money was start buying store brand groceries instead of name brand
My savings was 31%.
I cancelled all the premium channels on my cable.
I would save 31%.
I made the switch from cable to hulu plus so that I would still be able to watch my shows on my own time without the high cable expense bill.
I tweeted the phrase for saving money through savings analyzer.
I switched my phone bill to unlimited everything since before it was basically the same price when I only had unlimited texting what a relief :)
Oh yea, and I tweeted it for you :)
I switched online bank accounts! Which well…doesn’t save money but helps me make a tiny bit more on interest. If this on doesn’t count then, I switched the way I shop…from personal shopping to grocery shopping. Trying to only buy things on sale, buying quality items over items that will fail in a few months, and switching to store brand.
I would save 31% on document shredding!
It says I would save 31% from shredding :)
I started making my own coffee for work instead of buying it twice a day
I could save 31%
I went from driving alone to carpooling~
I called to cancel our cable and they ended up giving it to us for free for a whole year.
I would save 31%
I started to use coupons when shopping
We would save 83%
It says I could save 39%.
I started printing coupons to use shopping
I switched to a cell phone and cut off the home phone to save money.
I saved $15/month on my cell phone bill by dropping the data plan down a bit.
I just shared “Wanna help your company save money on document storage or shredding? Check out this Savings Analyzer! http://savingsanalyzer.fellowes.com” in my Facebook newsfeed.
We would save 31%!
I switched from extended cable to basic cable, which saved me a lot each month!
Mine showed 31% savings
Save 100%… perhaps this is because the entire scenario was fictitious, ha!
I switched banking packages and credit cards as a result. I now have a US visa, which will save me a decent amount on the exchange rate.
I’d save 100%, given that I don’t currently deal with this type of thing.
99% :) Probably could make it to 100 :)
We switched to a different insurance company, saved us hundreds on homeowners with double the coverage.
I just tweeted – Wanna help your company save money on document storage or shredding? Check out this Savings Analyzer! http://savingsanalyzer.fellowes.com”
I would save 100%
I saved by switching to Dish!
I switched car insurance companies last year and saved about 25%. I did a lot of research and met with several companies, and I wound up going with a Dave Ramsey-recommended guy who lives in my neighborhood. I’ve been very pleased, and not just with the amount of money we saved!
I tweeted! https://twitter.com/lilmsmoneybags/statuses/259015272202121217
I switched my land line phone to a verizon land line. Saved 30.00 a month and free long distance too.
The Fellowes tool says we’d save 100% of off-site storage costs.
The last switch we did to save money was switching from shopping at the local grocery stores to a bulk warehouse style store once a month.
I tweeted “Wanna help your company save money on document storage or shredding? Check out this Savings Analyzer! http://savingsanalyzer.fellowes.com“
I switched to a cheaper phone carrier
My last switch to save money was to go from cable tv to a neflix account – $80 a month saved makes me a happy camper.
Switched phone companies.
i tweeted your message: https://twitter.com/ReneeWalters1/status/259068625724510208
I switched from cable to direct tv and it saved me a ton of money.
Last month, I switched from AT&T to Virgin Mobile for my cell phone. I increased my minutes from 300 to 450 (to offset the lack of free nights & weekends), got data, and still saved $15/month off my bill.
we could save 83%
I canceled my Netflix account recently to save a little money.
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I got rid of the movie channels (that I never watched) on my direcTV! I would get rid of it completely if it wasn’t for my roommate watching it (and my slight addiction to Bravo)! :)
We’d save 83% – thanks
I switched from an iphone to android with another carrier and cut my bill by 3/4.
I switched banks and saved on account fees our credit cards as a result.
It says I would save 31%
Thanks for the giveaway!
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The last switch was cable providers. At first I was saving but now it seems my bill has been climbing.
It says I would save 98%
I switched my cell phone
I’d save 80% if I switched.
says i’d save 83%
I got rid of my landline, don’t miss it at all.
31%! Thanks for hosting!
We dropped our cable and now use an antenna and Amazon prime. Save $60/month.
I would save 31% on average.
We had the energy company out to do an audit to help with our bill.
i would save 88%
we switched to grocery shopping at walmart to save money
We’d save 78% in laminating costs
I would save 33%
We switched cable providers to save money and headaches
i tweeted as showdown561
The last switch we made was converting our car into a plug-in hybrid. It still uses gas but our gas bill has already been cut in half.
We recently refinanced our 30 year mortgage to a 15 year and cut the rate by 2%, saving us over $90,000 over the lifetime of the loan.
Analyzer says I’d save 100%. Nice!
I used an insurance broker to save on my comprehensive auto insurance and it saved me a bundle!
I’d save 93% from it
I’d save 74%! Pretty impressive. Now if only Walmart would switch. :)
We switched from satellite to an HD antennae. We made an initial “investment” of $35 and are receiving an ROI of $77 a month. No more TV bills! :)
Last month I decided to switch off our landline phones and go strictly with the mobiles for a saving of $30/month.
It says that I could save on average 31% by managing my documents in-house.
My last switch to save was switching from satellite to cable and bundling my cable, internet and cell phone expenses.
I tweeted – https://twitter.com/Lyndadawinda/status/259150793398157312
We switched from a well known electric company (Reliant Energy) to a lesser known electric company (Stream Energy) several years ago to save money.
I tweeted about the Savings Analyzer tool – https://twitter.com/giveaway_mommy/status/259169714658500608
changed by cell phone plan
It said I would save 100%!
I cancelled the cable.
I’d save 100%. That’s nice!
Last switch I did was internet. Saved quite a bit by going to a slightly lower speed and getting a new customer discount!
i bought a new car with better gas mileage.
it says i could save 71%!!!
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My results were: Our Savings Analyzer has found that you can save on average 95% by managing your documents in-house.
The last SWITCH I did to save money was stop eating out and bring my lunch.
I can save 99%.
We got rid of our home phone. We found that we didn’t really use it enough anymore because we all have cell phones.
I switched my internet provider.
I recently switched cell phone carriers :)
I switched from an individual cell phone plan to a family plan. I’m only saving $5/month, but I now have data instead of just talk and text.
Says I’d save 88%
I recently let cable go! It was a big step.. but is is going to save me tons!
My last switch was refinancing my auto loan. I went from 15.5% with Citi to 4.74% with my credit union saving $94 a month.
I could save about 73% on laminating if I do it in house.
The last switch we did was changing where we get our car fixed. We used to take it to the dealership and we caught them lying to us about what was wrong.We saved over a thousand by taking it somewhere else.
the last switch we made was dropping some of the options on our cable bill.
Recently our washer busted, but instead of the default call to a service guy, we made the switch to diy and my husband checked out a few youtube videos and figured out the issue- it was a quick $40 part instead of ~$210 for a service call. :)
says i’d save on average 31%!
We switch from Dish Network to Comcast cable.
i could save 83%!
I tweeted!!! https://twitter.com/CharlesRGibbons/status/259312693373186048
I could save 82%
The last switch I made was to drop cable and get dish and dsl
I switched from cable to netflix
I would save 31%.
Last switch we did to save money was to get rid of our home phone and just use our cell phones.
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we canceled cable
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I went for at&t to all suddenlink and saved, GOD BLESS
We switched cell phone companies to save money.
I could save 31%. That’s more then I expected.
I’d save 86%, not too bad!
Recently switched out cable to save $60/month!
I would save -455% on shredding. Sorry fellowes, I’m already doing well!
The most recent “Switch” I did–We went from haphazard menu planning to reviewing the local supermarket ads and planning weekly menus based on what was on sale and fit in our diets. We are saving $200/month.
We switched from regular light bulbs to LEDs.
I’ll save 31%.
I would save 31%. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
We changed our cell phone provider.
I’d save 55%! Not bad at all!
We ditched our cable – in favor of Netflix and Hulu Plus. Saved us about $50 a month!
I can save 73%.
We switched from Time Warner to Verizon for cable, internet and phone, and save $100 a month!
our last switch was our internet to get a better deal with another carrier.
i got rid of cable for netflix
I can save 100%
We switched phone providers
apparently i could save 45%
I switched car insurance to get a better rate.
The last switch I made to save money was my cable bill – I ditched some of my package to bring the cost down.
The Savings Analyzer said I could save 31%
Here’s the link to my tweet! https://twitter.com/JubiTheGreat/status/259443207090348032
I would save 39%.
We switched cable companies. The price was lower and we got more channels
It says 92%, WOW!
Our Savings Analyzer has found that you can save on average 31% by managing your documents in-house.
We got rid of cable tv & watch movies through our blu ray to save money.
Our last switch to save money was buying a wood stove for the Winter. Heating Oil cost us over $3000 last year, we bought a used wood stove, 6 cords of wood and it cost us about $1500. We are also buying 6 cords of green wood to season for next year for half the price of seasoned wood, so we will save even more on heat for next Winter.
We switched our cell phone service about a year and a half ago to a pre-paid carrier.
I tweeted https://twitter.com/2BeFitBy50/status/259447037412655104
I downgraded my gym membership – I quit a luxury gym and will be joining a $10 per month place. It will save us over $100 a month!
I will save 89%!!!!
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We changed cable companies last year to save money!
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I switched to a car that gets better gas mileage.
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I’d save 99% :D
Internet. now it’s faster and cheaper :D
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I would save 31%
We got rid of our gas guzzling car & started taking public transit!
I switched from AT&T to cricket, saved $30 a month on my phone bill!
The Savings Analyzer said I’d save 84%!
I can save 45% by managing documents in-house — awesome!
My last switch was to change cell phone services to a much more affordable provider.
It said I can save 73%
I started changing the oil on our cars myself and it has really saved a lot!
I tweeted at https://twitter.com/JCHARRIES/status/259479300074532864
Last thing I did to save money was drop the cell phone. We not use google voice, and netflix. sweepmorey at gmail dot com
I would save 31% !!!
I switched the markets I use and have been saving about $50-$75 a month! Next up – I want to do some auto insurance comparisons.
Our last switch was to a “bundle” of internet, land line and cell. We saved a little, but not as much as I’d like! Now considering dropping the cell phone for a pre-paid phone just for emergencies on the road,
The last switch I made was to bundle my cable package and take out the landline through the phone company. Cable/Internet/phone all for $75.
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We recently switched our credit cards (which we pay off each month) to only cards with big frequent-flier signup bonuses. Have gotten lots of free travel out of the deal — big savings!
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I would save 73%
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I switched to prepaid cell phones. So much cheaper
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The last switch was on the cable bill: from extras like movie channels and other extras to just “basic cable” without any extras.
The savings analyzer said I could save 92%
We switched our internet and phone company from priority one to charter and saved almost $40 a month
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we got rid of an extra phone to save
we got rid of an extra phone to save
We switched a lot of our lights out to LEDs.
We switched cellphone plans which saves us about $400.00 per year.
I switch my ISP saved $10 a month and got better service
I painted my own home, instead of hiring someone. Switched full cable to minimized package.
i would save 73$%
What was the last SWITCH you did to save money I use an electric blanket instead of heating the whole house when it is coool
Last swtich we did was to go to cable phone instead of using a phone company – big savings.
It said i could save 73%.
We switched cable options to save money each month.
It said I could save 73% if I switched in in house laminating.
The last SWITCH I did to save money was to cut out convenience delivery items from our grocery budget.
I switched credit cards for a lower interest rate.
I could save 46%.
31% was the estimate
We got rid of DirecTV when they wanted to charge over $100 a month
I would save 59%.
I switched auto mechanics. I travel a bit further, but my repair bill has been significantly lower on each repair which I’ve unfortunately had too many of in the last three months.
I tweeted at https://twitter.com/mwood19/status/259642886428176384