Jersey Shore cast members show how to save money.

jersey shore castJune 14, 2011 You wouldn't have to search too hard to find a long list of things the cast of Jersey Shore do that are nothing but trouble. The cast shot season 4 in Italy and the drama hasn't let up. They received many traffic tickets and sneers from Florence locals right from the start. Local merchants put out signs that said "No Grazie, Jersey Shore" which means to stay away. Snooki was in the news when she wrecked into an Italian police car. That put two police officers in the hospital, and then she was banned from driving in the country. Ronnie Ortiz-Margo and Paul 'Pauly D' DelVecchio were fighting in the street and stealing flowers (although the flowers were later paid for).

How Jersey Shore cast members save money while traveling.
There was one thing that Deena Nicole and Jenni "JWoww" did right, however: saved money. These two were seen in the Tutto 99 cent store in Florence stocking up on many items like paper towels, paper plates, and plastic-ware. Each left with large bags full of bargain priced goods. Sounds lilke Deena and JWoww will be excited to hear about the new, smaller Wal-Mart Express stores opening up back home!

What can you find at the dollar store.
WalletPop.com suggests these five item categories as having the biggest savings potential at the dollar store:
1. Kitchen Accessories
2. Shampoo
3. Snacks
4. Gift Wrap
5. Cleaning Supplies
Also, don't forget about glassware, containers, school supplies, and children / adult books.

WalletPop.com also suggests avoiding these items at the dollar store:
1. Black pepper
2. Brown sugar
3. Comet cleaner
4. Salt
5. Friskies cat food

 
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