7 Ways to Save Money on Fireworks

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34 thoughts on “7 Ways to Save Money on Fireworks”

  1. My husband loves fireworks, so thanks for the money saving tips. I will be sure to pass them along to him.

  2. Fireworks are illegal here in MA, but I know a lot of people smuggle them in from New Hampshire and set them off anyways 🙂

  3. I hate fireworks so its left to hubs to take the kids to shows while i try to make sure all the animals are fine.

  4. oops… you have the $1 store listed twice! But that is our favorite place to go, too.

  5. These are great tips for anyone buying fireworks. We generally watch the shows our city and nearby towns put on.

  6. There is a great local display that is in walking distance from my house. I love fireworks. And my kids love the poppers.

  7. I just go hang out at my neighbors’. Lol. They spend thousands of dollars on this stuff. It is always fun at their fireworks parties too!

  8. Great tips! With pop up shops happening all over, its good to know where you can save!

  9. These are some really great tips! We’ve never launched our own, but I’ll share these tips with folks I know who do.

  10. They are illegal in NY but since we moved to CO where it’s not Hubby buys them after the 4th when they’re super cheap and save them for the following year. That works too. 🙂

  11. I love the idea of getting the neighborhood together! More show for less $! Great tips- thank you!

  12. We don’t set off our own. It’s good to know where to get some in case that changes.

  13. I love the 4th of July and especially the fireworks. In our state, we are not allowed to have fireworks but many people still do.

  14. Hey Brandy! Thanks for the tips! I love watching fireworks and I even would like to try lighting some of them but I sometimes think that it just burns my pocket in exchange of short term amusement. But, thanks to your tips, I sure know now how to save on fireworks. 🙂

  15. We are all about the free shows! Leave all the work to someone else. We used to head to Disney to catch their fireworks show for the 4th.C

  16. I’m in Atlanta and Stone Mountain Park has the best 4th of July Fireworks in the city! I agree people should just go find the free fireworks in their city!

  17. This is a great list. We do the free shows and then we can sometimes see the fireworks from our house too (which is very cool).

  18. I think these are smart ways to save on fireworks, I never buy them I always go see the free show!

  19. We are lucky that there are about 8 free shows in Baltimore and the surrounding burbs. We have a roof top deck in the city and see most of them. Much better than praying no one gets burned trying to put on their own show!

  20. These are great tips! I didnt realize they were so expensive, we’re fortunate to have many free shows in the area.

  21. These are great tips! I’m not comfortable doing fireworks at home, but we always take advantage of one of the free shows in town.

  22. I didn’t know you could use coupons on fireworks! That is a great idea. We have little stands that go up by us and we usually buy from there.

  23. I like firework shows but I don’t buy them to use myself. I rather leave it to the professionals. They do the most amazing displays I never could.

  24. We luck out and can sit in my mom’s front yard for fireworks. We also stock up after the holidays when they’re all doing the BOGO sales!

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