15 Ways to Save Money – A Game of Thrones Infographic

15 ways to save money - Game of Thrones Infographic

ableton 9 suite costs Looking for a fun way to learn how to save money? Then hopefully our Game of Thrones infographic will be right up your street!

If you’re like 76 percent of Americans, you’re most likely living paycheck to paycheck. This type of existence can be extremely stressful, especially with the relatively unstable job market. Most people today are so strapped for cash that they have hardly any savings in case of emergencies. If you want to improve your financial situation, you first need to take a look at your spending habits. There are literally hundreds of places where people spend money without thinking twice. Often, a one-time purchase might be cheap, but when it becomes a weekly or daily habit it soon becomes a money sink.



The infographic below provides 15 useful ways you can cut back on your spending and how much you can save with fun references to hit show and book series Game of Thrones. All of these tactics are incredibly simple and can improve your financial situation. Of course, some of them might require more regular effort than others but ultimately it is something everyone can do. Naturally, not all of these tips apply to everyone, so it’s up to you to pick and choose which ones suit your current situation and life. Of course, the best way see what tips to follow is to take a serious look at your spending habits and create a monthly budget you can follow.

Whilst the facts and figures relate to Americans and are in dollars, they are just as relevant for anyone from the UK, Western Europe and the rest of the financially developed world:

Game of Thrones Infographic

software price mathcad 14 Infographic provided by Ivan Serrano.


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9 thoughts on “15 Ways to Save Money – A Game of Thrones Infographic

  1. OK pretty good although there are some things to factor in here. Let’s say that you stop going to yoga at the gym even though it relives a lot of stress for you. Yes you’ll be saving money, but it also might cost you MORE in health bills down the line. And coffee, what if you are meeting a potential client or even your future husband or wife that way? There DOES have to be a little give and take in life, otherwise it would be very boring. But overall an interesting infographic!
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    • I suppose it always depends on whether there are alternatives for you.

      Yes, if your choice is go to yoga at the gym or do nothing, then I completely agree with you – the yoga class will be worthwhile in the long run due to health bills you could avoid in the future (and how good it makes you feel today).

      However, if you could alternatively do yoga at home, or an alternative form of free exercise, then yoga classes tend to be a pretty expensive area which could be cut out.

  2. Great post! It’s another learning method about these 15 ways to Save Money. These ways are very helpful and useful for us. I learned and many great ideas here. The presentation of A Game of Thrones Infographic is really beautiful and easy to understand. Thanks for sharing this.
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  3. it’s a nice infographic! But I don’t think you should have included “plastic surgery” or “mani/pedis”. Plastic surgery is unaffordable for most people anyway and mani/pedis tend to be focussed solely on women. Not going to yoga at a gym, would be equivalent to telling a guy to stop weightlifting at a gym.
    Maybe including things like replacing gas-guzzling SUV’s for hybrid cars or stop eating meat for 1 week a month, etc would have been better?!
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  4. The tip on tech upgrades is a great one, especially if you are an Apple user (man those things are expensive).

    The little things add up and its easy to let your debt get out of control. I like applying some of the strategies people use to pay off their mortgage to paying off other types of debt as well:
    – pay every two weeks instead of monthly, means paying 26 times a year (13 monthly payments) instead of just 12 monthly payments
    – round up to the nearest dollar or up to the nearest $10, even paying an extra few bucks over the minimum really adds up over time
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