It’s no secret that Norway is an expensive country to live in. In fact, the Nordic country, famous for its notoriously high alcohol prices, is the 3rd most expensive country in the world to call home, according to Business Insider.
In addition, it’s also the third costliest place to live in Western Europe too, with the cost of living being higher than 95% of other countries around the world.
With that being said, that doesn’t mean that it’s impossible to save money, find a discount, or grab a bargain in order to save a pretty penny. That’s why The Local is asking you to participate in our short survey and share your top tips for saving money in Norway.
Your answers may be used in a future article where we share some of the best suggestions to help residents save money.