Buying something for just a buck might seem too good to be true, but for the many dollar store deal-sniffers out there, it's a fact of life.
Credit card companies are my biggest allies in my constant search for great deals. Not only do they offer me amazing signup bonuses and give me free points and miles, but they also allow me to travel the world for nearly nothing! As a credit card expert, I'm often asked by friends, family and readers about whether or not they should cancel one of their cards. My answer? Don't.
There's a very good reason that American pop culture has found a place for the Bridezilla in its lexicon of stereotypes -- weddings have a lot of details to plan, it's incredibly easy to get overwhelmed, and it's extremely stressful for someone who isn't a natural event planner to research, arrange and track all of those details while simultaneously being subjected to everyone else's opinions and judgment about your tastes and decisions on one side and vendors who upsell services and nickel and dime you with fees on the other. Suddenly, I totally feel bad for poor Bridezilla. Just thinking about it fills me with table-flipping rage.
A day at the museum is the perfect family outing. What can go wrong when you combine a day in the city with learning and family fun? Sadly, many of the best museums around the country have steep entrance fees, but if you know where to look, you can find free days at almost every major museum. Here's how.
Store credit cards offer their members different types of benefits. For some, this may mean extra discounts on in-store purchases, freebies, and even special offers for shopping online. While these credit cards carry an extremely high interest rate, their benefits can make them worthwhile if you pay the balance off each month.
Think that the only legal way to watch movies online is to pay for them? You would be 100 percent wrong. We've rounded up the best free online movie sources that we could find - no Netflix subscription required.
We're officially less than a month into summer, but back to school shopping season is just around the corner.
A recent poll of Brad's Deals shoppers found that 64 percent of consumers start their back-to-school shopping by by July, with nearly 20 percent of those having started back in June. That's major spending.
I hope I'm as cool as Anthony Bourdain when I'm 58. I probably won't be, but I'm holding out hope.
Well, Planet Earth, it's been a good run, but we're at the end.
Happy New Year from Brad's Deals! We are proud to say that we saved you over $108,000,000 by posting over 40,000 deals in 2014. We put together a little video to show you what else we were up to this past year.