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Here are some fun sites to divert your attention from all the spending that you’ve probably been doing, and give you something FUN to do with your money for a change.
It’s FREE. It’s FUN. And it’s truly AMAZING when you realize how far your money has traveled… and how quickly!
There are a handful of websites that track U.S. currency by serial number, so you can follow your money as it travels from store to store, city to city, and state to state.
This one-of-a-kind interactive project has been called The Great American Dollar Bill Locater, because it makes it possible to track U.S. paper currency all across the country… and beyond!
First, check out all the stuff that people write on money!
Here’s How To Track Your Money:
1. You just write the address of either website (below) on your money.
2. Next, enter the serial number of that bill into the website’s database.
3. Then, spend your money just like usual.
4. Finally, check back (or wait to be notified via e-mail) to see where your money really goes after you spend it.
Let the fun begin!…
According to Violetbon: “I’ve been a Georger for a couple of years, and it’s pretty cool. If you really explore the site, they have a lot of interesting trivia about U.S. Currency. You can also build your own profile page with maps of where your bills have been spotted.”
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Always on the lookout for a good bargain, I consider myself a frugal person — but not cheap. And not afraid to spend money on the things that matter. I like to share good deals with others when I find them. One of my favorite ways to save money is to reuse items in ways other than their intended purpose — so I write a lot about outside-the-box ideas that most people wouldn't think of! When I'm not saving money or looking for good deals, you'll find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites).