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Winnipeg Cheapskate: Making the most of your meal out

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As Winnipeg's self-proclaimed biggest cheapskate, Jeremy Bradley has been cutting costs and looking for creative ways to save money.

Bradley, a syndicated radio host and entertainment reporter, is author of The Official Guide to Being a Winnipeg Cheapskate. He joins the Free Press Business section as an occasional video columnist.

This week's tip:

We have got more dining out tips for you this week in the Winnipeg Cheapskate segment at www.winnipegfreepress.com. Last time, we talked about beverage selection and feeding the kids. But what about other menu options? Have you ordered off the seniors menu even though you aren't quite old enough? If not, why not? I'll tell you why in this week's video.

Plus, do you like card games? I've got tips for how you can swap gift cards and still enjoy a free meal.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 20, 2014 B7

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