Do you still have a few presents to pick up before Christmas hits? With a little more than a week left until the big day, your window for insuring your online purchases arrive before Christmas is closing quickly.
This week's movie night is hosted by Katie, a wickedly funny artist and Brad's Deals graphic designer whose ideal Friday night at home is binge-watching comedy TV with a bottle of cider in hand and a sketch pad in her lap.
If you're pinching pennies this holiday season, you may be tempted to go craft crazy on some overly complicated Pinterest projects to avoid spending too much on presents for your friends and family.
Following the announcement of its 12/13/14 weekend sale, Walmart has slashed the prices on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to $129 and $229 respectively with the purchase of a two-year contract with AT&T, Verizon or Sprint. It's also cut prices on the older generation iPhone 5s, which is selling for just $49 with a two-year contract!
This Saturday, 12/13/14, marks the last number-sequential date of the century, and for some reason, Walmart has decided that this is cause for celebration--and sales! The big box retailer is rolling out a series of savings in honor of the date, slashing prices on hundreds of items and even offering free shipping with no minimums on online orders today (Thursday, 12/11) only!
The holidays are a time of excess in all things: food is gobbled, booze is chugged, family comes in droves, and above all, money is spent like it's going out of style. If you're tired of waking up every year on January 1 with a negative balance in your checking account, it might be time for you to start building a holiday budget.
The holidays are my favorite time of the year. You get to spend time with family, eat a lot of amazing food and if you're lucky you get a couple days off from work. The holidays are also a great time to pack up the family and head out of town, but it can be expensive if you don't plan accordingly.
Have you ever looked longingly at something on Amazon and wished you could negotiate the price? Well your dream has come true! Amazon is rolling out a new 'Make an Offer' feature, which lets consumers directly negotiate with sellers of select items. And unlike websites like Ebay which offer similar services, Amazon's 'Make an Offer' isn't an auction format. Customers communicate directly with the sellers
Ahh Christmas... that magical time when the jangling of sleigh bells infiltrates every TV commercial, we're remarkably okay with the idea of a reclusive, strangely dressed sweatshop owner from the far north with a penchant for home invasion who keeps stalkerish notes on our sleep habits and passes judgment on our naughtiness, and families gather from all corners of the globe to sit around the dinner table and check their phones for emails, text messages, Facebook updates...