No doubt you’ve heard or even used the phrase “you get what you pay for.” The reason you’ve heard it or used it is because it’s true for a lot of things.
Those discount socks that got holes in them after a single wear? You got what you paid for. That “steal” of a used car that started clanking on the drive home? You got what you paid for. The free haircut your sister gave you during her first year of school? You got what you paid for.
For some things — let’s be honest — skimping doesn’t really matter. Just get new socks or let your hair grow out and everything is good. But for other things, looking for a bargain might be more problematic. This video highlights five things where going cheaper isn't worth it.