Visiting exhibitions is fun. Especially if the exhibition is selling goods that have been wanted to buy at “slanted” prices. Some exhibitions are indeed held to carry out massive price discounts, some to introduce their products. Starting from food, drinks, furniture, daily necessities, clothing, houses, cars, motorbikes, baby needs, and so on. However, a way is needed to save money on shopping at exhibitions.
Exhibitions can also be used as a venue for eye-washing or even shopping. Usually at exhibitions, you will spend more money than usual. This is because there is an assumption that, “The goods are being discounted! When will it be like this again?” That assumption makes you flow money outside the financial planning budget.
If you can control your expenses while at the exhibition, of course it won’t be a problem. What’s dangerous is if you can’t control it and tend to go crazy. It could …Read more →