If you've been on the fence about whether or not you should sign up for Amazon Prime, this deep dive into all of the benefits is for you.
Tech has become as essential to back to school shopping at the backpack but, of course, the prices are a whole log higher and scarier, especially when you are talking about laptops or tablets. That means finding discounts is key. Here are some of our favorite places and ways to score education deals.
August is what some call the Sunday of summer. But don’t worry, we’re here to help you find the best money-saving deals that will certainly help you get through these dog days of summer. Check out our list below to find out how your dollar can be stretched the furthest this month.
Amazon is teasing Prime Day deals, and we're rounding them up for you right here.
Now that we officially know that Amazon Prime Day will start on Monday July 16 and this year, let's get down to the need-to-knows including when to shop. (Spoiler: It's now.)
July is turning into a deceptively great time to find bargains. The month starts out with Fourth of July sales, serves up Amazon's Prime Day and its copycats about a week later, and takes only a short breather before diving headlong into back-to-school sales.
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.