bargains

The one site you must visit before buying anything online. Period.

Friends, deal hounds, bargain hunters, lend me your ears; if ye don't know about the best coupon site on the web, bar none, then this will indeed be a most glorious day for the

How I Grocery Shop

First, I will commit heresy by saying that I no longer write a full weekly menu.

Beyond Wrapping Paper -- Post-Holiday Bargains

It doesn't take a frugal bloodhound to seek out half-price wrapping paper and holiday cards in early January. But don't stop your discount shopping there. Recent

4lb box of See's chocolates for $1, plus FREE shipping. DEAL ENDED.

I'm scratching my head on this one folks. It may be a little premature to say I've found the "deal of the year" on January 1st, but I can't see anyone topping

Black Friday...black in more ways than one

Today, November 23rd, is Black Friday. A day that as a Wisebread writer and bargain hunter I love. There are deals everywhere, we all get a chance to save a bit of dough before

FREE bowling balls - just pay shipping

A quick deal for you everyone. I'm not sure how bad or good your bowling is, but mine is rotten. I don't blame the balls, I blame myself for not doing it often enough. Oh,

5 bargains to help you keep your cool this summer.

Here in Colorado the average temperature around midday is now above 90 degrees...every day. Pah, say you folks in Arizona. But for me, it's way too hot for comfort. [more]

Revel in a corporation's misfortune - all Discovery Channel stores to close

I don't like to see good stores close. Especially an Aladdin's cave like The Discovery Store, which offers great educational toys and videos and is just a pleasure to walk around on a Saturday afternoon. [more]

Are these genuine bargains, or a pile of garbage?

One of the great things about being a blogger for Wisebread is that I have a large community of people to call on for help and advice when I need it. So far I've rarely called on your sage advice, but today is different. [more]

Give a dog SIX bones...FREE!

It's raining deals right now. For a limited time you can give your beloved pooch the benefit of not one but SIX free bones, courtesy of ruffchews.com. [more]

Access Ebay's hidden auctions

As an ebay shopper, this is a heavenly find for me (and I thank my wife for introducing me to it). Basically, it all revolves around taking advantage of typos, misspellings and other human errors in ebay listings. [more]

The AMAZON URL hack generator. Save big $$$.

In a previous post I mentioned url hacking. It's basically just a way to figure out how to get to the bargains more quickly, and involves finding the codes for the different departments on Amazon and matching them to a sale percentage. [more]

Save $115 to $150 on portable DVD players.

I was sat on my computer quietly doing a little url hacking (75% off at Amazon...I'll show you how in a future post) and I came across these deals purely by chance. [more]

Music to my ears - Guitar Center 50% off.

Guitar Center has a HUGE sale going on right now. I wish I was a better guitar player (i strum a few chords, badly) so that I could justify spending some serious cash on some serious bargains. PLUS, you get FREE SHIPPING on most orders over $99. [more]

Pay 1 cent, get a RAZR and $100. Seriously!

  As a dealhunter, I've seen a few offers that have defied reason. Here's another one. Drop by Amazon at this link and pick yourself up a nice new Motorola cell phone for the grand total of $0.01. Not a bad deal. [more]

The Backdoor to Amazon's 70% off deals

I'm completely crazy about a new site I've just discovered. It's called Jungle Crazy and it's brought to you by those nice folks who also gave you RetailMeNot and BugMeNot. What is it? [more]

Mr. Cheap Stuff: Who do you think you are?

Dean Takamine is the smart-shoppin' blogger and handsome face behind the deal-finding, coupon-clipping site, Mr. Cheap Stuff. Dean spends his spare time searching for, then posting, the best online shopping deals. As a tech-loving guy, Mr. [more]

Being Frugal with Froogle

I’m sure most of you are already fans of Google. But I wonder how many of you use Froogle, Google’s thrifty shopping aid, on a regular basis? [more]