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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Imagine me singing that, on second thought, maybe you shouldn’t. However, I’m sure many were singing a similar tune when they received their tax refund check this year. If you are like me with a family, home and busy life, that money is very welcome. I am a very big saver and I like to get the most bang for my buck on what I do spend. I guess you could say, I like to see just how much I can save when buying the things we need. I really scored big in that department this year, I want to share my story with you and hopefully help you #MaxYourTax return this year.
Cell phone plans can be so expensive, especially when your kids get to the age that they all need a phone and plan. It can easily get way out of hand for most families. We have a family of 7 and 5 of us all have smartphones so it can be hard to find something affordable. I can hardly believe my 4th child is going to be joining the phone carrying crew and so I started to scout out options. I mean I want something affordable and a phone that is not going to cost $600!
While at Walmart picking up some essentials, I happened to notice the Walmart Family Mobile service has the lowest priced unlimited plans, just $29.88 a month for the first line. That is for unlimited talk, text/data service which includes up to 500MB of 4G LTE data What a deal! This is perfect for him and it definitely lets me maximize my tax refund!
I was able to pick up the Samsung Galaxy Avant and starter kit for just $149 for the phone and $25 for the starter kit.
While picking that out I noticed ZTE Zinger was marked down in price to $19.84 from the original price of $39.88, that is a great way to really get value for your tax dollars.
You know since I was able to save so much on the phone and service, I have some extra tax return money to put toward something else. Maybe toward creating an even bigger butterfly garden. Can you tell I am sick of snow and looking forward to spring? I would love for you to share with me how you plan to #MaxYourTax this year. Please share your best ways to do that in the comments. I love to read your great ideas.