We’re officially well into the first month of 2021 and taking a look back at the strange and difficult year that was 2020. Our Brad’s Deals team tried our very best to pivot our deals to focus more on things you can do at home, home décor, self-care, and gift ideas. Looking back at all of the deals we posted and you purchased, we ended up saving you $200 million in 2020! We know that our fans are some of the best bargain-finders there are, so we’re not surprised that some of what you’ve deemed the best deals of 2020 were items we found at an all-time low price.
Now that the holidays are over, you’ll likely face the next phase of the gift-giving season — holiday returns. Is your new sweater too big? Not the right color pajama bottoms? Make sure you’re ready for holiday returns with these tips.
Now that the holiday season is wrapped up, you may think you’re all shopped out. But don’t put your wallet down just yet. January is full of discounts with eager retailers ready to get last year’s items off their shelves. So if you didn’t shop until you completely dropped, read on to find out where to find the most bang for your buck this month.
Holiday shopping this year has been strange. A lot of shoppers opted to order online for delivery and we’re seeing a lot of (expected) shipping delays as a result. Whether you’re looking for a last-minute gift or just need something to be delivered quickly without dealing with the post office or shipping carriers, our list of last-minute gift ideas should help.
The Xbox Series X has been released as of midnight today. We expect this to be one of the holiday’s biggest sellers and hardest deals to get your hands on. Alongside the Xbox, PlayStation is releasing their PS5 console this Thursday, 11/12. While we know the sellout risk is high for both of these game consoles, our team will be checking for deals daily to try to help you snag one. Keep reading to find out how we can help.
Our deal editors are researching, comparing prices, and looking through pricing history every single day as part of their job. They know a truly good deal at first glance and know when to pass on a deal because it’s just not worth the hype. While finding deals for our readers during Amazon Prime Day, it’s inevitable that they’ll find something for themselves during the search. Read more to find out which Prime Day deals Brad’s Deals editors consider to be worth their own hard-earned money.
As deal experts with consumers’ best interest in mind, we can’t fully recommend layaway as an ideal option for your holiday shopping. That being said, we do realize that for some families, whether due to budget constraints or job uncertainty, layaway is the only option to fund holiday gifts this year. In this post, we’ll detail the pros and cons of layaway programs and let you know which retailers offer the best layaway options.
UPDATE: October 13, 2020
Here are all of the deals you can expect to see during the Amazon Prime Day sale.
Shop our favorite deals on our Amazon Prime Day page.
Amazon has announced that Prime Day will fall on October 13-14 this year, rather than the usual mid-July timeframe. Due to Covid, many retailers have had to completely rearrange their sales plans and Amazon is no exception. We’ve covered Prime Day deals for the past five years and we can help you shop the sale with confidence knowing you’re getting a real deal and not just an artificially lowered price. Read on to see what we know about the sale so far and our tips for shopping this sale like a true deal expert.
Here’s a list of every store that’s announced plans to stay closed on Thursday, November 26, 2020, so their employees – and you – can enjoy Thanksgiving with your family.
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