Do you still have a few presents to pick up before Christmas hits? With only a couple weeks left until the big day, your window for ensuring your online purchases arrive before Christmas is closing quickly.
When traveling, you want to put the bulk of your expenses on a credit card can will give you the best return for your spending. While there are dozens of cards currently on the market, a few of them can help frequent travelers save on their travel purchases in a big way. Here are our favorites.
Ah Chucks. America’s most beloved shoe brand. Converse hasn’t officially received that award, but if the level of consumer excitement when there’s a Converse sale is any indication, perhaps it is. Here are five of our favorite stores for finding Chucks on sale.
January is almost here, which means there are great travel deals to be had! It's still cold in much of the US, so if you are looking for a winter escape, avoid the holiday weekends of New Years and MLK to find great deals in the Caribbean, Florida, and the Southwest.
Nobody likes paying money to spend money, but if you use a credit card for the bulk of your everyday purchases, paying fees – whether for a late payment or an annual renewal – can be a fact of life. Paying your bills on time is the best way to avoid paying credit card fees, but knowing which cards on the market keep their fees low and customer-friendly can help you save money in the long run.
Most people would probably agree that shopping online is easier, more convenient and often cheaper than spending a day at the mall. But for all its advantages, there's one major drawback of cyber spending: the shipping fees.
We know that getting out of Target with only what you came for is some kind of superpower that many of us mere mortals have not experienced. Here's a few of our favorite tips for saving money at Target to help take some of the sting out of those impulse purchases. (And trust me, we're all guilty.)
Raise your hand if you remember being a kid, misbehaving at restaurant. It probably involved clanging silverware or stacking sugar packets and hearing this from your parents: "Knock it off or we're never coming back here!"
Our list of stocking stuffers is all about size – gifts that can literally fit into a Christmas stocking, and most of them are $20 or less.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be over, but you’re not out of the weeds yet. You still have some shopping to do, and you may be happy you waited. Green Monday, an eBay-coined shopping day which is billed as the best day for December deals, is finally here!