Alert all Apple addicts! The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are here, and pre-ordering for the new iPhone X begins October 27, due to officially hit stores November 3. While we know you're probably excited to upgrade to the latest and greatest, you probably shouldn't be setting up camp in the Apple Store parking lot just yet.
We recently heard about a partnership between Kohl's and Amazon that will change how we purchase Amazon products in the future and, just announced today, it looks like this partnership will also be changing how we return Amazon products as well.
The retail world is abuzz today with the news that Toys R Us, the iconic toy store of many our childhoods, has declared bankruptcy. What does that mean for their stores? And how will that impact holiday shopping?
Yes, we know it's still just September, but some of our fans are already asking when the Black Friday ads will start to arrive. First of all, there are, like, a whole TWO yellow leaves on the trees and our windows are still open. Second, we'll grudgingly admit we're right there with you and, well, we do have a few ideas about when you can expect to see the Black Friday ads from your favorite stores come out.
It's still summer, and your kids haven't even considered their Halloween costumes yet, let alone pondered wish lists for Santa, but major retailers have already published their holiday toy lists. And now, so have we.
Next Monday is Labor Day, and we all know what that means: the end of summer is finally upon us. While you might want to use this weekend to bask in the last bit of evening sun, don't forget to take advantage of Labor Day sales -- which have the best bargains we're going to see on anything until Black Friday hits.
While September might mean the end of long, lazy summer days and the beginning of the solemn march towards winter cold, it also means something else. Something big. I'm talking, of course, about National Coupon Month!
Black Friday season will be heating up roughly a month from now, so it is our solemn duty as deal experts to impart some Black Friday wisdom upon our faithful fans on this, the day the countdown officially begins.
Black Friday is still three months away, yet major shippers like FedEx and UPS are already talking about their plans for whether or not they will charge extra for shipping during the peak holiday shopping season.
The root beer float was invented in 1874 by a Philadelphia soda vendor named Robert McCay Green. As the story goes, Green ran out of ice on a steamy summer day and was forced to improvise. He bought ice cream from a neighboring vendor, mixed it with his root beer, and a new beverage was born.