1. Another great resource for video games is a website that rents video games for a small monthly fee, similar to Netflix. Check out I have not used it, as I am not much of a gamer, but I did stumble across it once when looking for game reviews. I think if I did have time to play a ton of games, I would definitely use something like this. I know something like this would have been quite handy for Atari and original Nintendo games when I was a kid!

    • I thought of that myself as I read this post. I, too, don’t play enough to warrant that type of expense, but if you were into that thing it might make a lot of sense.

  2. The whole video games thing leaves me cold confess – but have popped my son in front of this list to get him thinking about how he can trim his own “spending money” budget.

    Many thanks

  3. I don’t pay video games like I used to, but there are so many options now when you don’t want to buy a brand new game for $60 and before. The best are the sports games that come out every year. If you can just wait a year, the previous version will be heavily discounted.