Here’s one sure-fire way to save during the holiday shopping blitz—but one that a lot of folks probably don’t want to hear: Don’t buy stuff for yourself.
Saving & Spending
“People assume that the locks sold to the general public are secure. A lot of times, when the label says ‘fortress’ or ‘faultless’ or ‘defiant,’ they’re easy to pick, and the strength of the bolt isn’t very strong. The bottom line is, you get what you pay for.”
Tickets all over the country (and in the Caribbean as well) are on sale from Spirit Airlines, starting at $29 one way based on a round-trip purchase. The sale is valid for travel dates in November and December, and tickets must be purchased by Thursday, November 5.
Several women have been anointed with the title of Coupon Queen. But whose coupon-clipping, money-saving skills are so impressive that we should bow in awe of their majesty?
Personal finance blogger Len Penzo brought together a panel of very opinionated people—11 members of his family—to compare national brands of cookies, kielbasa, tortilla chips, and other foods with the equivalent products sold under the store brand of his local Albertsons supermarket. The blind taste-testers included Aunt Doris (how …
A child is not exactly renowned for giving a good (purely financial) return on the parents’ investment. That is, unless the child starts earning his or her keep with a lucrative modeling contract.
The pharmacy chain’s sale on all store-brand products only lasts through today, Wednesday, November 4, and it’s only valid for online purchases. Free shipping on orders over $49. More details here.
Who needs a high-maintenance houseplant? If you’re going through the trouble of decorating your home with some greenery, it makes sense to buy something that’ll last—even if your home is as dark as a basement, your ability to remember to water is nearly nonexistent, and your thumbs aren’t remotely green.
From now through Sunday, November 8, EyeBuyDirect is giving away a free pair of eyeglasses with every pair purchased.
Is a combination of hard work, intelligence, and talent a guarantee of success? Or has the American Dream become just a dream?
Websites that lure consumers with the promise of free credit reports are merely trying to get you to sign up and pay for monthly subscriptions to credit-monitoring services.