Get Free Clothing Hangers Anytime With This Tip

If there’s one thing this budgetologist always needs more of it’s hangers. Mine disappear! I don’t know where they go. Luckily, there is a way to get free hangers anytime you want and it involves: KOHL’S!

I love Kohl’s. Have you seen their jewelry clearance section?? I get necklaces for $4 there. But there are two great things about Kohl’s you can use to your advantage: 1. They have a lenient return policy and 2. They let you keep the hangers.

See where I’m going with this? Do the following: Go to the Kohl’s CLOTHING clearance section. There you can find things for under $10. It doesn’t really matter what you buy. Buy 5 things, 10 things, whatever. Check out.

They will ask you if you want to keep your hangers. Say “yes! Absolutely without a doubt! Thank you very much!!” Then walk out of the store with your bag of junk and your free hangers.

You can then return the clothes the next day, next week, heck, even in the same hour if you feel like it. And the best part is, you don’t have to return the hangers with it. It’s not even expected you bring them at all!

You will get a full refund (as long as you have the receipt and the card you made the purchase with). Do this as many times as you need to for as many hangers as you need.

It might be a bit of a shlep to Kohl’s, but it will save you tens of dollars on hangers in the long run.

♥ The Budgetologist

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DIY Wrapping Paper

Wrapping paper can be expensive…the cheapest I’ve seen for plain gold paper is $4 a roll! That $4 could be spent elsewhere like going towards your savings account. Or, you could buy two and a half hotdogs and cokes at Costco for that!

One thing that this budgetologist’s mother used to always do is wrap gifts in newspaper comics. It’s a cute and actually aesthetically pleasing way to save money on wrapping paper. Your friend or family who you’re giving the gift to will probably get a kick out of it as well.

You can find comics in pretty much any major newspaper, which you’ll probably see sitting around neighbors lawns or in one of those ancient dispensaries on the street for free.

Best of all the gift receiver will think you took that extra step to come up with some unique way to wrap their gift, but really you’re just being cheap! It’s a win-win!

♥ The Budgetologist