Paying full price for these? Think again.

Published: Tuesday, April 24 2012 6:54 a.m. MDT

Bill Hughes, Bloomberg Press Enterprise, AP
Not everything in life has a discount, but there are ways consumers can avoid overpaying. Here's a list of items people should never pay full price for, according to WiseBread.com.
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thebig1
SLC, UT

tap water are you kidding, I didn't read any farther than that. Tap water spit it out.

Hawkyo
SYRACUSE, UT

Twenty-first century crybaby! Big 1 go live in a foreign country that doesn't have clean water for a while!

Whos Life RU Living?
Ogden, UT

Great list! Thank you!

Caprice
PROVIDENCE, UT

What a superb article! Thank you for the terrific variety of helpful ways to save money by not paying full price on such useful items. Your excellent suggestions are greatly appreciated by those of us who are raising families on a budget. Thank you so much.

Millie Bess
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The tap water from my home has a horrible taste unless it is run through the purifier and I love to buy bottled water just for the convenience. When you think of it, most carbonated drinks are nothing more than carbonated water with flavoring and coloring....go figure!

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