You can get yourself a nicely kitted out Subaru for as little as uh ...
Why, it's like you are robbing them at those prices!
Sure, there are people out there who have never even considered the idea of downgrading from a BMW or Mercedes and buying a mere Subaru, Toyota or ... shudder ... Ford, as MSN suggests. But I don't think those people are browsing the Web looking for money-saving tips. They have people to do that.
The same MSN report suggests that instead of buying expensive beauty products, you can buy cheap brands at the supermarket, like Oil of Olay.
What's weird is that she feels like she has to earnestly reassure the viewer that these cheapo products work perfectly fine despite having such shockingly low prices as $23 for a 1.7-ounce bottle of anti-aging cream. I know! How can they afford to sell you that at those prices? It's crazy!
If you really wanted to save money, you know that there's actual supermarket/drugstore-branded versions of Oil of Olay and other brand-name products, right? They're like right there on the shelf next to every brand-name product with a little tag that says "compare to (name of brand-name product they are knocking off)."
There's literally a CVS copy placed right next to every brand-name product.