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.
There’s a reason Apple products boast such an outspoken and devoted following: they’re pretty, they’re user-friendly, and they’ve topped the American Consumer Satisfaction Index’s annual consumer satisfaction survey for the past 12 years and counting. So why doesn’t everyone have one? Blame the price tag, because quality doesn’t come cheap.
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.
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.
By now, many companies across the US and world have asked their employees to work from home due to the COVID-19 crisis. If you’re one of those employees, you may be wondering what to do during your unexpected time at home not working. We’ve put together all the best deals for streaming services out there, so that you can catch up on all those shows you’ve missed over the last few months!
Whether you ran through the entire roll of film the day it came out of the box, or there’s a Fujifilm Instax Mini camera lurking under the tree for someone you love, then you’ve probably already discovered that replacement film can be pricey.
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.
Conventional wisdom would have you believe that expensive = quality. This is sometimes true, but there are notable exceptions to this rule, exceptions which can save you some serious cash. Here are our eight favorite budget brands that work just as well (or better!) than their higher-end counterparts.
Super Bowl LIV is happening Sunday, February 2 at 6:30 p.m. ET on FOX. But if you, like many of our readers, have recently decided to cut the cable cord, you might be wondering how you’re going to watch the big game live. The good news? It’s going to be really, really easy.