Tech has become as essential to back to school shopping as the backpack but, of course, the prices are a whole lot higher and scarier, especially when you are talking about laptops or tablets. That means finding discounts is key. Here are some of our favorite places and ways to score education deals.
Considering how much we depend on our laptops for work and play, it’s a miracle they haven’t grown permanently attached to our laps. 73 percent of U.S. adults own a laptop or desktop, and many people like to purchase regular replacements as technology improves. Experts recommend replacing your laptop at least every four years. But a new laptop can set you back anywhere from $180 to $1,800 or more, depending on your needs.
If you're lucky enough to live in a state that offers tax holidays for back-to-school shopping, this is your heads up – some of those wonderful tax-free weekends start this Friday, July 26, and your favorite retailers are likely to be wooing you with some of the best back-to-school sales of the season.
National Ice Cream Day is possibly the sweetest summer holiday in the history of the universe, and trust me, we're totally on board with all of the freebies, BOGOs to celebrate everyone's favorite sweet treat on Sunday 7/21.
Now that we officially know that Amazon Prime Day will run for two days on Monday July 15-16 and this year, let's get down to the need-to-knows including when to shop.
Whether you're trying to break your Amazon habit or just want an item sooner at a local store, keeping this list of stores that price match Amazon handy is sure to save you some cash.
For a limited time, you can turn your grocery run into a free $10 credit to spend at Amazon during their 2-day Prime Day sale. Here's what you need to know.
If you've been on the fence about whether or not you should sign up for Amazon Prime, this deep dive into all of the benefits is for you.
Everyone's favorite "Black Friday in July" shopping event is back for 2019! Amazon finally made the announcement, and...
July is peak vacation time for Americans, but if you haven't planned a trip yet, don't fret! There are many places to go last-minute that won't break the bank. Here are our picks for the best places to visit in July when you're on a budget.