First aid for the tight study budget

First aid for the tight study budget

We all know how difficult it can be to get the economy together when you're at SU. As rent rises for a room or apartment in the larger study towns, SU disappears in a short second. And if you study at a studio that requires all your attention, it can be difficult to have a study job next door that you can supplement the SU with.

Therefore, it may be a good idea to look through your budget to see where you can save money. Below you will find three good tips that may give some air in the budget.

A cheaper mobile subscription

Just as we rarely change banks, many tend to keep the mobile subscription they have had all the time they have owned a phone. But it's not always a good idea. Namely, there can be a lot of money to be saved by switching the telephone company or subscription.

Maybe you just have a free data plan right now, but you really only need five GB a month. Therefore, it can be an advantage to find the cheapest mobile subscription for you so that you do not spend unnecessary money on data you do not use anyway.

Streaming Services

If you pay right now to see all channels through an antenna association on your television, you may need to consider switching to streaming services. Here you can choose a single or two streaming services where you have the opportunity to watch many different programs, without having to pay hundreds of dollars for TV channels.

Make a food plan

We can't help but think it's a good idea to make a meal plan. While it can be hard to predict what you want to eat this coming Thursday, Sunday afternoon, there is no doubt that you can save money by making a meal plan. In addition, you also save time by not having to go past the local supermarket every day after school, because you have already shopped for the next week.