Laura & Bryan are available to give a variety of workshops on stretching your hard-earned dollar. Workshops last 60 to 90 minutes and can be tooled to specific organization, venue or topic. Each presentation include full Power Point show, handouts, and a drawing for prizes. We’re available weekdays or weekends. If you are interested in having us speak to your group, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of our more popular workshops include:
What’s better than low cost? How about no cost! Laura has spent countless hours discovering more than 100 products and services that won’t cost you a penny. During this fast-paced workshop you’ll learn about all the ways to score freebies including restaurant meals, groceries, beauty & health products, entertainment and more!
Coupons 201 (Beyond The Basics)
Would you like to save money with coupons but think it’s too complicated? Laura and Bryan, authors of the new book The Ultimate Guide To Coupons, dive deep into coupon waters and go beyond using coupons just for groceries. What are the rules of couponing and how can you prevent being fooled into buying a more expensive item? Where do you find and how do you organize coupons? Do you know the difference between a Blinkie and a Peelie? Which retailers and restaurants offer the best coupons and how can you maximize your buying power at restaurants and stores? We’ll pull out our magnifying glass and eye the fine print. Plus, we’ll talk about how you can use coupons to help charities and those in need. In short, you’ll learn how to save money money in less time and get the best deals. Laura and Bryan love answering questions, so come ready to fire away.
Saturday, October 7 — Whole Foods Market Tamarac, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Saturday, October 21 — Whole Foods Market Belmar, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Thursday, November 9 — Heather Gardens Community Center, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Saturday, February 10 — Eloise May Library, 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, February 24 — Smoky Hill Library, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – 5430 S. Biscay Circle, Centennial.
Summer In The City
Colorado summer — the days are long, the temperatures are divine, the kids are out of school. Sounds perfect. Even if you aren’t venturing out of the city limits, you can have a grand time without busting your budget. In this fast-moving workshop, Laura Daily of Mile High On The Cheap (MileHighOnTheCheap.com) will give you tips and tricks for making the most out of the summer of 2017. She’ll show you how to find low- and no-cost events and attractions, free and cheap movies for kids and adults alike, fairs, festivals, concerts, sporting events, dining and even some budget-friendly getaways. In short, Laura makes frugality fun. This workshop is designed for guys and gals of all ages.
With age comes wisdom and tons of discounts. We have spent countless hours discovering products and services that won’t cost you a penny, if you are, ahem, of a certain age. learn about all the ways to score free stuff including restaurant meals, groceries, beauty & health products, services, entertainment and more! You’ll also learn how to safely join and navigate e-Clubs and other websites. In short, learn how to get the most bang for your hard-earned buck. This workshop is for both guys and gals.
Travel On The Cheap
Got a case of cabin fever? Longing for an escape? Now’s the time to plan that perfect getaway without spending a bundle. The Mile High Cheapskates show you how to take a vacation “on the cheap.” In this fast-moving and interactive workshop, you’ll learn how to find the best deals on airline tickets, lodging, cruises, attractions, vacation packages and more. Take home a suitcase-full of practical tips on using travel websites, packing, surviving a long flight, renting a car, locating the cheapest gas and eating healthy on the road. Find out how to get the same deals locals do, no matter the destination.
Holidays On The Cheap
A fast-moving look at how to survive and thrive the holidays without burning a hole in your wallet. The workshop covers ways to save on gifts and gift giving, festive feasts, decorations, craft shows, visits with Santa and his elves, as well as the tried-and-true and new-to-you cultural events.
Living On The Cheap 101
The Mile High Cheapskates enjoy sharing their saving tips during this informative workshop. We talk about ways to save on groceries, dining out, shopping, travel, and attending local cultural events, plus explain the ins-and-outs of deal-of-the-day sites, how to find free and low-cost classes and workshops, and safely join and navigate e-Clubs and other online loyalty and saving websites. In short, you’ll hear how to get the most bang for your hard-earned buck.
Living On The Cheap — You Ask, We Answer
The Mile High Cheapskates let you put us on the hot seat. In this workshop, participants send in questions beforehand and then we customize the program to answer your questions. Want to know how to save money or travel, shopping, sport, consigning or groceries? Or maybe something we haven’t covered in the past. Just ask. We’ll do our research and offer practical tips.