Amazon is dominating the online shopping world, with bankruptcies for companies like Toys R Us a direct result of their cutthroat business. As such, you're probably already a regular user of Amazon. But, what is the best credit card to use for the website, to save even more money on your purchases?
Do you ever find yourself overwhelmed by options? Maybe you're trying out mattresses, or looking for a new car, or maybe you just popped into your neighborhood ice cream shop for a cone. Whatever the situation, the more choices you have, the harder it can be to decide what to get.
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?
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.
Amazon is shaking things up in a big way with brick and mortar stores. They recently acquired Whole Foods and soon after the takeover was official, there were reports of Amazon's Echo and Echo Dot being sold inside the stores. If you thought that was odd, we've just learned that beginning next month Amazon will also start selling products inside Kohl's stores in select locations.
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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!
The kids are finally back in school, there's a sweet crispness to the night air that hints at the cooler weather to come, and everything suddenly tastes like pumpkin spice. And as if September wasn't already kind of the best, it's also one of our favorite months for scoring bargains on summer's leftovers long before the warm weather disappears.
It's hard not to get taken in by a good department store sale. When the tag shows a 50 percent drop in price, it's only natural to feel like you need to snatch it up, but what if the tag is lying to you?