We seriously thought this thing was an April Fools joke when it was announced on March 31 earlier this year.
September is here, and while that might mean the end of long, lazy summer days and the beginning of the solemn march towards winter cold, it also means something else. Something big. I'm talking, of course, about National Coupon Month!
Keeping fuel in your tank--whether it's your car's gas tank or your family's rumbling tummies--is a major life expense for most people.
For a long time, Amazon avoided charging sales tax in states where the company didn't have a physical presence. Sadly, times have changed.
In perhaps the most egregious case of Christmas Creep ever recorded, Walmart is launching layaway - and the holiday shopping season - more than a week before Labor Day sales even begin.
Fashion-conscious kids and budget-conscious parents often find themselves at odds when it comes to shopping for a back-to-school wardrobe, and parents know all too well that finding neutral territory on the topic is an eye-roll contest waiting to happen when what you wear on your first day back is so incredibly, crucially important!
Black Friday season will be heating up roughly a month from now, so it is our solemn duty as deal experts to impart some Black Friday wisdom upon our faithful fans on this, the day the countdown begins.
It's hard not to get taken in by a good department store sale. When the tag shows a 50 percent drop in price, it's only natural to feel like you need to snatch it up, but what if the tag is lying to you?
Can a retailer charge sales tax on shipping fees? We've rounded up the answer to that question for all 50 states.