February 3, 2015: University Extracurricular Savings
Curious about how you can enjoy some of the finer things in life at a fraction of the cost?
Walking back to my car in the parking garage at the University where I teach the other day, I saw a sign about tennis court rental fees. Not only did I discover it’s free for any of us who work at or attend university but even for the public, it was only seven dollars an hour. That’s a fraction of what it would typically cost to play this otherwise expensive sport.
Then it got me thinking, a college or university is a great way to experience events that would normally be cost prohibitive at a very affordable price. Things like concerts, plays, gallery openings and even Sporting events go on all the time and are sometimes even free
So whether you were looking for a night on the town or simply a way to enjoy the arts without breaking the bank, check in with your local college or university and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
If you’d like to hear the Family Money Minute on the radio in your area, leave the call letters of your favorite station and your hometown in the comments below!
Click for more information on the Family Money Minute Radio Program
Click for Family Money Minute Posts you may have missed!