Twin Cities on the Cheap is looking for a new publisher. This is a great opportunity for someone who is well connected locally, has journalism or marketing experience and wants to be the boss of a hyperlocal news and entertainment site. The ideal candidate: Lives in the city. Has contacts in the local media and PR community. Knows how to find and verify information. … [Read more...] about Are you the Twin Cities’ top cheapskate?
Twin Cities on the Cheap has compiled a list of FREE holiday concerts in the Twin Cities area for everyone to enjoy this holiday season. If you know of a FREE (or cheap) concert that is not yet on this list, leave a comment below or email TwinCitiesonthecheap@gmail.com. The Minnesota BoyChoir will perform two Annual Winter Concerts. A freewill donation will be requested. Sunday, … [Read more...] about Your Twin Cities Guide to Free Holiday Concerts
If you missed the gala tree lighting at Rice Park, don't worry the first weekend of December is filled with many other tree lighting and holiday gatherings to get you and your family in the festive mood including visits from Santa and his reindeer, music, parades and caroling. Below is a list of some of the many holiday events and tree lightings for the weekend of December 1-3. The Union … [Read more...] about FREE Tree Lighting and Holiday Events
The holiday spirit is alive and well in the Twin Cities. Below is the Twin Cities on the Cheap's guide to FREE and cheap holiday events in the Twin Cities area. We will continue to add more events throughout the month. Visit websites to confirm dates, times, fees and locations. Some events are FREE and others require a fee or registration. Holidazzle Village begins November 23 open Thursdays … [Read more...] about Holiday and Winter Events Guide in the Twin Cities
Halloween is just around the corner and my kids are still undecided about costumes. If you want to avoid spending a scary amount of money and save time, here's a list of 102+ Cheap and Easy Halloween Costumes. You can make great costumes using things you have around the house, such as old sheets, toilet paper or duct tape. You can also buy items inexpensively from a thrift store or discount store … [Read more...] about 102+ Cheap and Easy DIY Halloween Costumes
Twin Cities on the Cheap has compiled your one stop Halloween Guide for family friendly Halloween and trick or treating or Halloween events in the Twin Cities area. Look for updates as we learn about more events. If you know of an event you don't see listed, send us a note at TwinCitiesontheCheap@gmail.com. October 4 - 31, Sunday - Thursdays, 7 - 10 p.m. $18/admission adults, $15 seniors and … [Read more...] about Your Halloween Guide to Free and Cheap Trick or Treating events in the Twin Cities
Participating in Ski Swaps are one way to save big money on ski equipment. When you have kids that like to ski, buying used equipment is the best way to keep costs affordable. Kids outgrow everything. If you are like me, it's hard for me to invest in brand new equipment when I know it will be outgrown the following year. If you're new as skiing or just don't want to pay the expensive rental … [Read more...] about Your Guide to Ski Swaps in the Twin Cities
Mother's Day is Sunday, May 13. For fun, FREE and cheap outings for MOM this Mother's Day, Twin Cities on the Cheap has compiled a list of things to do in an around the Twin Cities that will be fun and won't empty your pocket book. Plan your special Day with Mom at the Minnesota Zoo with FREE admission for Moms on Sunday, May 13 for Macy's Mother Day at the Zoo. There will be special offers … [Read more...] about 10 FREE and Cheap Mother’s Day Events in the Twin Cities