Reusing funeral flowers for a date, redoing bedrooms with used hotel sheets, buying thrift store lingerie, or planning vow renewals for almost nothing, Extreme Cheapskates Guide To Love shows that love doesn't have to cost a thing.
To afford his dream of becoming a pro-wrestler, Matt has reduced his spending to just $300 a month. Extreme Cheapskate Sarah saves on groceries by never leaving one of her family's catering events without leftovers.
Melody manages to only spend $1,000 a month for her family of four by sharing her extreme ways. They all sleep in one bed and share bath water. And Marlin will face his biggest cost-saving challenge as he organizes his daughter's sweet-sixteen.
Although she's 8 months pregnant, Angel frequents local junkyards on a regular basis with her husband Orlando. Mark lives in Las Vegas and yet he manages to not spend a penny of his full time salary.
Mother-of-two Shelley has been penny-pinching in Mesa, Arizona for over twenty years. But Shelley's biggest money saving challenge is going to be throwing her daughter Ashley's wedding on a one thousand dollar budget.
Karissa and her husband Rick have been competing to be cheaper than the other since their wedding five years ago. By sharing everything from their shower to a single toothbrush, this cheapskate couple has no limit to their cost cutting.
Follow some of the most peculiar self-proclaimed frugalistas as they go to radical lengths to save money. One couple shares shampoo suds, a toothbrush and even floss, a mother does the housework between midnight and 5 AM to save on electricity, a firefighter books his daughter's sweet sixteen at a strip club, and a woman relies on her husband's help with a homemade breast pump.
Extreme Cheapskates gives you an insider's look at the most outrageous penny-pinching people around. From making their own reusable cloth toilet paper to singing for their supper, you won't believe their extreme and inventive ways to save money.
Steffanie Rivers saves money any way she can, even if that means eating leftover airplane food.
Mark lives in Las Vegas and manages to not spend any of his full time salary.
Meet a woman who doesn't do laundry or use toilet paper!
Michael uses his bath water to do the dishes and laundry.
Learn how Angela and her family pitch in to create reusable toilet paper.
This woman created a home studio pilates class out of scrap parts and cheap mats.
Todd Moriarty is obsessed with preserving the value of his assets. In an effort to keep his home looking like new, he wraps all of his possessions - from his car to his bathroom, in plastic wrap.
Greg will do whatever it takes to save a dollar.
Kate demonstrates how she uses binder clips to keep her shorts snug.
This man saves a few dollars by buying some less popular meats at the butcher.
Terrence's idea of fine dining is Chinese Buffet and sharing plates.
Could you live in an apartment divided by a sheet with no kitchen?
This couple's extreme bathroom routine saves them hundreds of dollars each year.
This family likes to do activities together. One is doing laundry in the yard.
Meet a man who really values the versatility of his dishwasher.
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