A look at the most outrageous penny-pinching people around.
Reusing funeral flowers for a date, redoing bedrooms with used hotel sheets, buying thrift store lingerie, or planning vow renewals for almost nothing, Extreme Cheapskates Guide To Love shows that love doesn’t have to cost a thing.
Extreme Cheapskates Karen and Barry cannot stand the idea of spending money. Whether it’s frying breakfast on the car engine or pulling out their own tooth at home, no task is too big and no savings too small.
Todd Moriarty is obsessed with preserving the value of his assets. In an effort to keep his home looking like new, he wraps all of his possessions - from his car to his bathroom, in plastic wrap.
Flight attendant Steffanie takes her boyfriend to the Unclaimed Baggage Center in hopes of pushing their relationship to the next level. Professional doorman RJ Andrews has no fixed address, but lives rent-free by house sitting 365 days a year.
Kelley saves money by insulating her entire house with plastic. Now she’s bringing her Pilates studio into the home to save $800 a month. Pelin cuts hair and costs at her salon and must find cheap bridal party products to trim her budget.
Raul Pinto looks through vacuum canisters at the car wash hoping to find some spare parts.
A woman uses the exercise equipment in the sporting goods store instead of going to a gym.
A woman wants to take clothing from deceased relatives.
Jamie’s entire garden is made up solely of silk flowers. Now, she aims to replace her whole lawn with artificial grass, to eliminate her landscaping bill. Justin tries to land a job in sales, where he promises to save his employer tons of dough.
Cooking instructor Ron Maestri shows us how to cook for lobster taste on a tunafish budget. Rocker Goldy Locks converted an abandoned hospital into her home, for just the fraction of the price.
A couple are trying to save for their wedding by dumpster diving for decorations. A bartender looks for an apartment for rent and refuses to spend on pricey rent.
Hitting the road- the cheap way, from cooking breakfast on car engines to making their own boots, the penny-pinchers have a money saving method for anything vacation can throw at them.