It’s 2021, and we’re still deep in the pandemic caused by COVID-19. All industries have been affected, but arguably none more so than the travel industry. With a new administration in charge in the US, policies for travelers that were in place in 2020 may be changing. If you’re like many other Americans wondering when it will be safe to travel again and what the travel requirements may be in 2021, this post is for you!
As we get closer to the big game for football fans, the sales on TVs will start getting pretty strong. This year we’ve seen more TV discounts than last year, some of which even match Black Friday and holiday pricing for the major brands. So, if you feel like you missed out on Black Friday, don’t worry about it, the TV companies are still digging deep to capture your attention.
The dust balls have piled up, your winter sweaters don’t feel so practical anymore, and the amount of clutter around your house has reached an embarrassing level. Whether you like it or not, it’s probably time to do some spring cleaning.
We’re officially well into the first month of 2021 and taking a look back at the strange and difficult year that was 2020. Our Brad’s Deals team tried our very best to pivot our deals to focus more on things you can do at home, home décor, self-care, and gift ideas. Looking back at all of the deals we posted and you purchased, we ended up saving you $200 million in 2020! We know that our fans are some of the best bargain-finders there are, so we’re not surprised that some of what you’ve deemed the best deals of 2020 were items we found at an all-time low price.
Now that the holidays are over, you’ll likely face the next phase of the gift-giving season — holiday returns. Is your new sweater too big? Not the right color pajama bottoms? Make sure you’re ready for holiday returns with these tips.
We post a lot about credit cards here on our blog, as well as elsewhere on Brad’s Deals. Each credit card offers a different sign-up offer and earning currency, usually “points” or “miles.” What’s the difference between all of them? And, most importantly, what are they worth?
Now that the holiday season is wrapped up, you may think you’re all shopped out. But don’t put your wallet down just yet. January is full of discounts with eager retailers ready to get last year’s items off their shelves. So if you didn’t shop until you completely dropped, read on to find out where to find the most bang for your buck this month.
During difficult times, you may find yourself needing some time to pay off essential purchases. One way to reward your spending is seeking out lucrative signup bonuses that reward you with cash back. These are great, but sometimes, the best deals are less flashy. A long period of 0% APR and/or the promise of fee-free balance transfers might be able to provide your family with more financial freedom during times of trouble. These offers are some of the best on the market, and here’s why.
One of the most common expenses in the average American’s monthly budget is keeping gas in the tank. If you live in a car-centric city like I do, getting even a few cents per gallon off your gas costs can mean big savings over the course of a year. Fortunately, there are a few credit cards out there that can save you up to five percent on every dollar spent on gas purchases. For a more generalized roundup of great credit card deals, see our article on the best credit cards with signup bonuses.
If you’ve never had a credit card before, getting started with one can be pretty daunting for the beginner. Without any experience in the world of credit, how are you supposed to know where to start, or which card to apply for first?