You might be an avid online shopper, but are you saving as much money as you could be?
If you're lucky enough to live in a state that offers tax holidays for back-to-school shopping, this is your heads up -- the first of those wonderful tax-free weekends begins this Friday, July 29, and your favorite retailers are likely to be wooing you with some of the best back-to-school sales of the season.
Sure, it's only June, but we know it's never too early to start planning for how to save on holiday shopping. So we're going to let you in on a dirty little secret about Black Friday, five months in advance: Anyone can get almost anything at its Black Friday price well before Black Friday.
We're still skeptical about whether or not Amazon is going to deliver on this year's Prime Day promises, but even if that doesn't happen, one thing is for sure: today is beautiful day for finding online deals.
The past two weeks have been rife with product recalls. First, IKEA announced a recall on its popular MALM dressers due to tipping concerns. Now, the self-balancing "hoverboard," AKA the hottest item under everyone's 2015 Christmas tree, is being recalled by 10 firms because its lithium-ion batteries pose a risk of overheating and starting on fire.
The "Black Friday in July" phenomenon had been slowly gaining traction for a few years when, in mid-summer 2015, Amazon made it official. Unfortunately, after a hyped-up announcement declaring its first annual Prime Day sale to be "better than Black Friday," Amazon fell completely flat. But can the online retail giant make it up to consumers in 2016?
When you think of the 4th of July, you're probably picturing barbecues, fireworks and American-brewed beer. But just because shopping isn't the first thing to come to mind on this patriotic holiday, doesn't mean it isn't a great time to snatch up some good deals. This is America, after all. Land of the free, home of the sale.
IKEA is recalling 29 million MALM dressers due to tip-over safety concerns. Here's everything you need to know in order to get a refund and keep your family safe from future top-heavy furniture accidents.
Subscription boxes are the gift that truly keeps on giving. Whether they're a gift from mom or a treat for yourself, there's nothing better than the monthly jolt of happiness when you come home to the box, bag or plain brown package containing a surprise curated just for you.
Father's Day is fast approaching, and the National Retail Federation expects Father's Day spending to reach a record $14.3 billion.