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What's it gonna be? Those great-fitting Banana Republic jeans on sale or getting your oil changed? If you're like us, most of the time you'll take the chance that the car won't break down. But, if you know where to cut back, you can be a responsible adult and still look hot.

TOO HIGH BILL: Shopping
INSTEAD OF: Paying full price, period
TRY: Buying that full-price dress, but when it goes on sale in a few weeks, ask for a price adjustment. Major stores such as Gap will give you the difference on time within 14 days of purchase. Or go online: Overstock.com has amazing bargains on furniture and clothes. We found a bright-red, comfy-looking couch for only $629.99, with a measly $2.95 shipping fee.
SAVINGS: $5 and up

TOO HIGH BILL: Online Shopping
INSTEAD OF: Buying clothes or other items directly from the website
TRY: Registering at Ebates.com, an “affiliate” site that gives you cash back on purchases. Instead of buying directly from Target.com, make your purchase through Ebates.com. They take a small part of the commission they receive for referring you, then give you the rest. (You typically get 3 percent for Gap.com and OldNavy.com, and 4 percent for Target.com purchases.) Every three months, the site will mail you a check.
SAVINGS: $6, if you buy $150 worth of stuff and get a 4 percent rebate

TOO HIGH BILL: Socializing
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TRY: Scotch or a flavor-infused vodka. Theses slow sippers take more time to drink, so two’s all you need. Two Dewar’s on the rock at $6 each, for example, are only $14 including tip. Four beers at $5 each, plus tip will set you back $24. Plus, distilled spirits won’t give you a beer gut. (A glass of Dewar’s 12 on the rock is sugar-free, carb-free and has less than 70 calories).
SAVINGS: $40 or more, if you go out four times a month

TOO HIGH BILL: Eating Out
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TRY: Going ethnic (no, we’re not talking Outback Steakhouse). First courses, such as miso soup at Japanese restaurants or pan-chan (six to eight plates of small bites) at Korean restaurants, are usually smaller, thus cheaper, and are sometimes included in the cost of your dinner. Next time try Thai, Indian or Cuban.
SAVINGS: $6 or more each time you go out

TOO HIGH BILL: Cell Phone
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TOO HIGH BILL: The Landline
INSTEAD OF: Paying $60 a month to order takeout and get on the Internet.
TRY: Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), an internet phone service. Calls sound exactly the same, and you use your phone to make them, but they're made through a broadband connection (cable, DSL, or wireless). Vonage, a Voip service provider costs $14.99 a month for 500 minutes anywhere in the U.S. and Canada, or $29.99 for unlimited local and long distance.
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TOO HIGH BILL: Lunch
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TRY: Creative fast food. Buy a baked potato with sour cream and chives from Wendy's $0.99 menu and top with their small lowfat chili, also $0.99. Another cheap-o resource is Subway's Sandwich of the Month: They promote a different six-inch sub each month for only $1.99.
SAVINGS: $100, If you usually spend $7 for lunch five days a week and now spend $2.

TOO HIGH BILL: Gas
INSTEAD OF: Paying top dollar
TRY: BJ's wholesale club's gas prices, which are consistently lower than most major suppliers (go to www.bjs.com for locations). Many Costco locations also have discounted gas. If you don't usually carry a balance, sign up for a gas rewards credit card such as the Chase PerfectCard, which offers a 6 percent rebate on gas purchases for the first 90 days and 3 percent cash back thereafter. Visit www.chasecreditcard.com or www.cardratings.com to compare deals. But remember, this isn't free gas money. You still have to pay it off later.
SAVINGS: As much as $20 a month, depending on how much you drive.

TOO HIGH BILL: Electric
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TRY: Plugging your electronics into an adapter and shutting it off when you leave. Even when you're not watching TV, your cable box if eating up energy.
SAVINGS: $5 and up depending on how much you turn off.

TOO HIGH BILL: Car Insurance
INSTEAD OF: Paying high premiums
TRY: Reviewing your coverage. Phil Reed, author of Edmunds.com's Strategies for Smart Car Buyers, says most people carry more insurance than they need. Drop collision if you drive an older car, and check your insurance statement to be sure you're getting all the deductions you qualify for (log on to www.edmunds.com for info). Also, combining car and home insurance can result in a discount.
SAVINGS: Up to $20 per month.

TOO HIGH BILL: House Supplies
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TRY: A whole sale club--but not alone. It's hard to imagine using six bottles of dish soap before turning old and gray, so once a month my friends and I take a trip to Costco and split the coast," says Weatherly Ramsdell of New York City.
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