I'm not a huge spender, but I'm not really a tightwad, either. I keep track of all of my money, even when I splurge on nice things. However, I do a few things that some people might consider cheap. For one thing, hot lunches always seemed like a ripoff to me. Why pay $5 for a slapped together sandwich and milk when you could make something tastier at home for $2? Second, I have this weird fetish for not throwing away plastic bags. They'll be used in my room's trashcan or something, not just tossed out into the dumpster! Lastly, haggle! You can save an incredible amount of money on items... it's a skill many Americans need to learn, IMHO. What are some of your cheap habits?