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Saving & Spending
Save $15 off of a $75 purchase, $25 off of a $100 purchase, or $50 off of a $150 purchase at the Levi’s Store. Free shipping too. Offer is valid only through December 14. More details here.
It’s not only the Grinches out there who are saying no to the holiday card tradition.
A mom admits to buying Zhu Zhu Pets strictly because of the hype—and then launching a marketing campaign on her kids to convince them that they actually want the darn robotic hamsters.
“We have to start paying our bills eventually.”
There may be something new (and perhaps mystical) in your mall, around the block, on your roof, or near the checkout line of your supermarket.
A collection of holiday songs from Amy Grant, Barry Manilow, Toby Keith, Weezer, Aretha Franklin, and even Stephen Colbert are available free for the downloading via iTunes.
After surveying customers and speaking with consumer protection and industry groups, something called the U.S. General Accountability Office has come to a total no-sh** conclusion: Customers are confused and frustrated with their wireless bills and contracts, and they need help dealing with their wireless providers.
Here’s how the “Buy Now and Save 15%” offer from Days Inn works: You get 15% off the best available rate when you reserve and pay in full at least two days before you check in. No refunds or changes allowed after paying. More details here.
Approximately one million American homeowners will strategically walk away from their mortgages this year. Why? They’re underwater on their mortgages, and the rental market is so cheap that they can live large by paying a landlord instead of a bank.
Not one, not two, but three round-ups of retailer deadlines for placing online orders that are guaranteed to arrive by December 24.
The only products considered are under $10.