Black Friday will be here before we know it, and we've already started sharing our predictions for what we think this holiday season may look like. We’re going to work harder than ever to be your go-to Black Friday resource and home for holiday shopping.
Here's a list of every store that's announced plans to stay closed on Thursday, November 26, 2020, so their employees – and you – can enjoy Thanksgiving with your family.
The first retailer to officially announce the details for Black Friday 2020 is, surprisingly, The Home Depot. In previous years, they have been one of the last retailers to release their Black Friday ad and plans for the shopping holiday. This year, they're one of the first to give customers a real glimpse into what this year's holiday shopping season will look like.
Here is a current list of our top four favorite credit card signup bonus offers. Consider all of of these to be highly recommended. If you’re new, I realize that it can be scary to apply for any credit card, but if you are diligent about paying your bills on time and in full, the rewards are endless.
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?
The 2020 holiday season is already shaping up to be nothing like we've seen before. Amazon Prime Day has moved from July to October and we predict other big-name retailers will start their holiday sales in October as well to compete with Amazon for your hard-earned holiday dollars. Among these early sales, you can expect holiday decor to be big this year and we think Christmas goodies are going to start appearing on store shelves earlier than ever before.
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.
For a travel blogger like me, it's been a long five months sitting on my couch watching Netflix. As good as "Selling Sunset" is, I'd much rather be traveling the world, so when the State Department dropped their "Do Not Travel" recommendation, I was ready to start planning a trip. While many countries are still "no-go" on my list, Mexico is open to Americans and I felt perfectly comfortable traveling there. Here's how my outbound trip went to Cancun from Phoenix.
Looking back, we may label 2020 the year of home improvement projects. Peeking out my window, I currently see four different contractors' trucks at my various neighbors’ homes. Being inside has forced a lot of us to see the flaws in our homes and to finally take the first steps in completing some major home projects.