Things you should never buy the cheapest version of

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Electronics - If you're planning to splash out on a new gadget, going for the big brand names is the best way to make sure your new investment lasts.

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Fitness wear - When it comes to exercise clothes, the more expensive items tend to feel better. Not only that, they tend to last considerably longer, too.

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Fitness shoes - The same goes for running shoes, which are not only safer at the higher price point, but also much more prepared to stand the test of time.

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Haircare products - High-quality haircare products can appear very expensive, but they do tend to result in fewer salon trips. 

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Supplements - Vitamins and supplements, too, tend to be just as good at whatever price point. Just remember to double-check the ingredients.

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Books - When it comes to buying books, there are many ways to get more bang for your buck. Opt for a digital version, or head to your local library to read thriftily.

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Children's clothing - When it comes to dressing your young child, there really is no point buying expensive things, since they grow so quickly that the items never last.

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Gym memberships - If you want to go to the gym to improve your fitness, don't let free products in the bathroom persuade you to pay more than you actually need to!

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Tea - When it comes to purchasing tea, it's all about the ingredients. Buying in bulk is a great way to get the lowest price point per unit.

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Coffee - When it comes to buying ground coffee, it's always best to go for the cheapest option that gets you what you need.

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Sugar - Sugar is perhaps an obvious item not to overspend on. If you think about it, would you really be able to tell the difference between two brands of sugar?

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Salt - The same goes for salt: there is no reason to overspend. Unfortunately though, people are often persuaded here by the marketing of different brands.

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Fast food - Given that saving a few bucks is one of the main reasons people opt for fast food, it seems pertinent to go for the thriftiest option available.

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Wine - While very cheap wines can taste like vinegar, after a certain price point they tend to taste largely the same to the average drinker.

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Olive oil - Given that most of the flavor of olive oil is lost during the cooking process, it doesn't seem sensible to spend more than necessary on a fancy bottle.

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