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Comment by Ed Wetschler on February 18, 2010 at 4:02pm
Comment by EnLinea Media on January 27, 2010 at 9:49am
Latest Book By The Bargainomics Lady Shows How To Stretch Your Dollars And Still Travel In Style

January 26, 2010

( What is the least crowded week to visit Disney World? Which websites help you find the cheapest airplane tickets? Where can you find true travel bargains?

Judy Woodward Bates, known as “The Bargainomics Lady” ( to audiences everywhere through her books, conferences, personal appearances, and radio and television guest appearances, as well as her regular segments on Fox-6 TV in Birmingham, has the answers. Bates writes about ferreting out travel bargains, among other money-saving topics, in her latest book, Bargainomics: Money Management by the Book.

Full of practical advice for stretching your dollars for travel, entertaining, and shopping, among other topics, the 255-page book picks up where Bates’ The Gospel Truth about Money Management left off: with 18 info-packed chapters of easy-to-implement ways to reduce spending and find the best bargains on practically anything. Included are money-saving recipes, websites, and phone numbers for health care discounts and assistance, tips on understanding and improving credit scores, and more – all directing readers to top budget-minded sources.

A highly-sought speaker, Bates shares her proven tactics for becoming better money managers in Bargainomics: Money Management by the Book: Finding Money; Simple Ways to Make Extra Money; When, Where and How to Shop; and taming “The Debt Monster.” Bates’ books offer hope to readers that they can economize through the art of shopping for bargains – while still enjoying personal pampering and luxury travel.

Judy Woodward Bates, “The Bargainomics Lady,” is the author of several books, including The Gospel Truth about Money Management, Blessedly Budgeted Women’s Events, and her latest, Bargainomics: Money Management by the Book, which retails for US$12.99. A freelance writer, speaker, and TV personality, her name has become synonymous with the practice of Biblical money management. For more information on her books or to schedule Bates as a speaker, visit her website at .
Comment by John Lamkin on January 7, 2010 at 11:54am
Act ASAP! There probably won't be as many deals in 2010 as 2009!
Comment by EnLinea Media on January 7, 2010 at 10:27am
Comment by Wendy Capra on November 14, 2009 at 4:56am
John! Is that you again? We have to stop meeting like this!! LOL



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