Everyone's favorite "Black Friday in July" event will be unveiled soon, and a technical glitch appears to have confirmed the dates for Prime Day 2018. Drumroll, please...
I'll be honest, the idea that we would make a list of things to never pay full price for when that's literally the premise of Brad's Deals seems a little silly. Where do you even start making a list when pretty much everything belongs on it?
Prime members now can have packages delivered to the trunk of their car, and honestly, it sounds kind of awesome.
Apple products are expensive, but that doesn’t mean you should settle for anything less than what you want. In fact, if you know how to shop right, there are a few ways you can reduce the cost of your next iPhone, iPad, or Mac purchase.
Sometimes a good way to save money on expensive items is to buy them refurbished. This is especially true for electronics and some appliances. But tread lightly. Buying refurbished demands that you pay much more attention to what you are buying and who you are buying it from. You don't want to find yourself stuck with a product that isn't worth the money you saved getting it. Here's our guide to being smart about shopping the refurbished market.
Have you ever seen a movie that takes place during Prohibition where the characters knock on a nondescript door, have to give a password, and then the door opens to reveal a speakeasy in full-on party mode? We've got the lowdown on a way to get $15 off $15 at Target, and, well, it's kinda like that.
Walmart continues to remain a strong competitor in the retail-giant space. In the past year they've announced same day delivery, at-home grocery delivery, and their version of meal kits. And now they're adding another convenient feature to their list of services; assistance with installation and assembly of items purchased at their stores.
When Apple introduced Siri in 2011, almost seven years ago, the future of voice controlled technology seemed bright. Sadly, the advancements trickled slowly after that and Apple fell even father behind when Amazon came on the scene with Amazon Alexa, and Google followed with its Google home assistant. To say Apple dropped the ball is an understatement, but it seemed like they were finally going right that wrong with the release of the HomePod, a smart speaker that promises to rival its competition. Sadly, it does not.
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.
We may have said "Hasta la vista, baby" to the late fees, overpriced rentals, and the inconvenience of video stores, but most of us are still learning how to find our way through the ever-evolving world of online video streaming.