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I'm pretty sure you've already considered this, but just in case you haven't... It may be an obvious option, but the direction your blinds face is pretty important... To block street- and auto lights, you'll want to make sure inside edges turn down, if you're any higher than the first floor.
If you want a cheap easy solution, you can buy fabric and safety pin it to the blinds. If you pin just the top and bottom, when the blinds are pulled up 100% then ~1/2 of the fabric would be seen underneath the blinds. So I'd suggest ~ 4 sets of pin to have the minimum extra fabric seen. I'd also suggest using khaki, it is relatively cheap and thick. *I'd ...
Window Tint. That will let light in during the day and give you better coverage at night. YOu could go lo-tech and use black sheets. Just pin them up on the wall at night. That is probably your cheapest, albeit, most horrible looking solution. Then again it's just for sleeping.
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