vote for the cheapest man in america
In the "Cheapest Person In America" episode, The Ricki Lake Show found three men who proudly boasts about their cheap ways. But who takes the cake as the "Cheapest Man in America??
TheRickiLakeShow.com are letting the viewers decide who wears the crown as King of Cheapskate.
Take a look at what Roy Haynes, Terence Candell, and Jeff Yeager have done to save a buck and VOTE below
Watch the show on Tuesday, March 19. Check your local listings.
Married his wife Lisa to qualify for her dental benefits.
Asked for a refill at the movie concession stand using an empty bucket of popcorn and soda cup from the trash as a snack for his wife.
Roy’s wife wanted a jewelry-style box to organize so Roy bought her a $1 ice cube tray for Christmas as an organizer.
Roy pulls the stem off fruits (ie. Grapes) to avoid paying for the extra weight.
Terence refuses to furbish his home. His entire family sleep on mattresses on the floor.
He refuses to let his wife Dyra have any access to his 16 bank accounts which equal over $100,000.
He reuses garbage bags until fruit flies appear.
He gave his son $100 for his birthday. He later took him out to dinner with his friends, then asked him to pay the bill with his birthday money.
Jeff, AARP’s “The Cheap Life” host and author of “The Ultimate Cheapstake’s Road Map to True Riches," says his greatest score is buying a five-pound can of garbanzo beans for 69 cents.
Jeff takes his wife out to dinner and a movie after they stop off at a blood bank first.
Jeff repurposes teas bags as self-tanning lotion
Jeff recycles pantyhoses and left-over bar soaps to use as body scrubbers.
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