The 4 Best Things to Buy at Presidents' Day Sales

The 4 Best Things to Buy at Presidents' Day Sales

Oh say can you see, in malls and online, the star-spangled signs for Presidents' Day sales? Most major retailers would have you believe that the sales this weekend are too big to miss, but that's not entirely true.

Read More

8 Places to Find Cheap Bras (That Won't Fall Apart!)

8 Places to Find Cheap Bras (That Won't Fall Apart!)

Have you ever found yourself walking out of the mall with a Victoria's Secret bag, wondering how the heck you spent THAT much on ONE bra? Anyone who wears a bra on a regular basis knows how expensive those under-shirt essentials can be, but opting for cheap over quality can be both uncomfortable and expensive in the long run. What's a girl to do?

Read More

On Valentine's Day, It Really Is the Thought That Counts.

On Valentine's Day, It Really Is the Thought That Counts.

There's a cheesy but magical scene in Spielberg's "Always" in which fire pilot Pete (Richard Dreyfuss) gives girlfriend Dorinda (Holly Hunter), a rough-edged character typically seen in blue jeans or a greased-up flight suit, a beautiful white sparkly dress. It's fire season, and the bar is full of fire jumpers, pilots and ground crew. Everyone is covered in soot. The dress practically glows in its box. "Pete… Girl clothes…" she gushes breathlessly, barely daring to touch it. "You like the dress?" Pete asks, amused and surprised and pleased with himself all at once. "It’s not the dress," Dorinda purrs. "It's how you see me." Cue the warm fuzzies.

Read More

5 Thoughtful, Frugal Alternatives to Popular Valentine's Day Gifts

5 Thoughtful, Frugal Alternatives to Popular Valentine's Day Gifts

Ah, it's February. Love is all around, and so are heart-shaped chocolates, scary convenience store stuffed animals, and constant reminders that you have not yet chosen an appropriate Valentine's Day gift for your significant other.

Read More

Best Credit Cards for Groceries in 2017

Best Credit Cards for Groceries in 2017

This content is not provided or commissioned by the issuer. Opinions expressed here are author’s alone, not those of the issuer, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the issuer. This site may be compensated through the issuer’s affiliate program.

Read More

0

Can Walmart's Prime-Inspired Shipping Program Help it Compete with Amazon?

Can Walmart's Prime-Inspired Shipping Program Help it Compete with Amazon?

Walmart has tried this before. Just last year, the big box giant launched ShippingPass, a program that promised to provide free shipping with no minimums to members for $49/year, half of Amazon Prime's $99 annual fee. But ShippingPass failed to take off, and yesterday, Walmart ended that program and announced a new bid to keep up with Amazon: across the board free shipping for orders $35 and up. 

Read More

Why Buying Direct From These 9 Brands Can Save You Money

Why Buying Direct From These 9 Brands Can Save You Money

Sometime online retail bucks conventional wisdom. Most people assume going straight to the manufacturer of a certain brand, as opposed to shopping for that brand at a merchant like Macy's or Amazon, will mean paying full price for your items. While that's partially true, it doesn't hold up for every brand. Sometimes, shopping directly from a brand store can actually save you money. Here's how. 

Read More

The 7 Best Things to Buy in February

The 7 Best Things to Buy in February

The month of February typically boasts strong sales on many items, which are often at their lowest prices of the year. We pulled together tips from our expert team of deal editors, so you'll know everything you should stock up on in this next, snowy month. 

Read More

36 Stores that ALWAYS Offer Free Shipping with No Minimums

36 Stores that ALWAYS Offer Free Shipping with No Minimums

It only takes four words to warm any deal-hunter's heart: free shipping, no minimum.

Read More

How to Start Couponing: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners

How to Start Couponing: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners

We've all seen those TV shows featuring people who use 300 coupons every time they go to the grocery store. After all is said and done, they walk out with 80 bags of cat food, 25 gallons of cheap laundry detergent, 50 tubes of mint chocolate toothpaste, 12 packages of beef jerky and a case of diapers -- all for a whopping $1.24. 

Read More