Since 2001, Brad’s Deals has been committed to putting consumers first, and we are excited to expand on that promise. We are increasing the visibility and viability of Black-owned retailers in our online community as a way to fight against inequality and systemic racism.
Many consumers today prefer to shop brands that invest in the community, whether locally or abroad. As a company with over 50% female leadership that gives back to the local community, Brad’s Deals cares deeply about equality and empowerment. In 2020, we are committed to using our platform to help support girls and women as well as Black-owned businesses and their communities. We hope to highlight more businesses and events that promote these values, like the Kate Spade New York social initiative, “on purpose”.
We post a lot about credit cards here on our blog, as well as elsewhere on Brad’s Deals. Each credit card offers a different sign-up offer and earning currency, usually “points” or “miles.” What’s the difference between all of them? And, most importantly, what are they worth?
Everyone needs to eat, and unless you have unlimited money to shell out at restaurants for breakfast, lunch and dinner, groceries are an unavoidable weekly expense. For gourmands and families alike, grocery bills can add up fast. Luckily, there are a number of credit cards available to you that get you up to 6% cash back at grocery stores.
Back to school season in 2020 is shaping up to look nothing like we’ve ever seen before. Parents of children in K-12 learning are going to see a school year with a lot of firsts and a lot of changes. We recently asked Brad’s Deals readers with school age children to complete a survey about their back-to-school expectations. Read on to see what we’ve learned.
After spending an extended amount of time in Florida, avoiding the dry heat of July in Arizona, my wife and I needed flights home. As a holder of Executive Platinum status with American, I’m well-versed with the airline. Sadly, they are a necessary evil for an international flyer from Phoenix. With the airline having a distinctly different policy than Southwest when it comes to filling their planes during the pandemic, I was interested and nervous to see the results in practice. Here’s a review of my flight from Miami to Phoenix in late July.
I hadn’t flown since March of this year, which is absolutely the longest time I’ve been grounded since I began using points and miles to travel the world. Of course, safety comes first. Without a clear plan from airlines to protect their passengers, I patiently waited at home. With the Coronavirus seemingly here for the long haul, airlines must define their safety procedures to protect crew and passengers alike. It was with confidence that I booked a Southwest flight to Orlando to cover the reopening of Walt Disney World.
For the past few years, Walmart has caused quite an uproar in the shopping community for being one of the biggest retailers to stay open for Black Friday shopping on Thanksgiving Day. This year things are going to be different.
If you’re a bookworm with an eReader, tablet, or access to an internet-connected computer, you might already be aware of the vast library of free public domain books available to download online.
Ever since Michael Jordan began slam-dunking from the free throw line in the 80s, his shoes have succeeded wildly as one of the most coveted brands in the world. They work on the basketball court, they work on the street, heck, they can even work in professional atmospheres if you do it right. Everyone of all demos seems into Jordans.