TweetFall is the season for food. Bring on the after-school snacks, tailgate parties, Halloween candy, and turkey with all the trimmings. Besides using coupons, swiping your credit card is an extremely easy way to save at the supermarket. Here’s a look at the best credit cards for grocery shopping: Cash-Back Credit Cards: The Best Blue [...]
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TweetNo need to be cold with deals that are this hot, hot, hot! Sorry, that was too “used car commercial” even for us, and we wrote it. Yuck. The sentiment is true, though. We did find for you the top 5 deals, top 5 coupons and top 5 reader comments of the week in this, [...]
TweetEven after the last sip of nog is a distant memory, the spirit of the holiday season lingers on….in the form of old electronics that have been replaced by newer, better models. Most of us know that we aren’t supposed to toss old computers, TVs, cell phones, and other technology in the trash, because these [...]
TweetThe end-of-year trend for many years now has been to post top ten lists looking back on the year in review. And as 2011 draws to a close, Brad’s Deals is happy to continue this fine annual tradition! It’s been a great year for the Brad’s Deals Coupons and Deals Blog, with tons of interesting [...]
TweetWe’ve started to hear some rumbling this week about Target’s Black Friday deals…or lack thereof. According to some shoppers, Target.com has started sending emails to Black Friday customers informing them that its PlayStation 3 Bundle (priced at $200 for Black Friday) was “oversold”, and that their order is now canceled. For these Target customers, they [...]
Tweet I put on my Batsuit: the red polo, khakis, and name tag while the turkey was still turning in my stomach. It was my first time working Target’s opening shift on Black Friday. There were already 200+ shoppers spilling out from the entrance of the Glenview, Illinois strip mall upon my arrival. The tents [...]
Store credit cards offer their members different types of benefits. For some, this may mean extra discounts on store purchases, freebies, and even special offers on online shopping. Even though these credit cards carry an extremely high interest rate, their benefits can make them worthwhile.
One issue with online shopping is the packaging your purchases are delivered in. Even small products sometimes come in boxes several sizes too big, stuffed with paper and other packing materials. Many stores have started doing their part to cut back on waste and use more sustainable and eco-friendly packaging.
What do squishy little pencil toppers, teenaged monsters and a gal with a video camera built right in have in common? They’re all flying off toy store shelves faster than you can say “Here comes Black Friday!”
I find it interesting that a few “big days” are growing drastically out of proportion related to overall holiday sales. 5 years ago, Black Friday was about closer to 10% of total holiday sales. Today it is above 20%. Can smaller retailers compete in this environment?
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