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by: Dealnews | channel: Shopping
Potect your wallet and spend your money wisely in July! Read through for the best and worst things to buy this month.
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From home-improvement supplies to vacations to aggressively priced tablets, discover the best and worst things to shop for this month.
You'll find power guzzlers in both likely and unlikely places around your home. But by making some fairly painless changes, you can see big savings.
by: Dealnews | channel: Green Living
Does "in like a lion and out like a lamb" apply to shopping? Discover the best and worst things to buy in March.
From electronics to wine to even rental cars, savings-minded shoppers should keep an eye on prices for these items in 2012.
December leaves many of us shopped out, but that also means that January has some great deals. Find out what to buy — and what to avoid.
It might be a boost for your ego, but it's a bummer for your wallet. Learn why avoiding early adoption saves you money — and gets you better tech.
by: Kentin Waits | channel: Shopping, Technology
Whether you're picking up groceries or planning a big-ticket purchase like a TV or airfare, discover which days of the week provide the best prices.
by: Tara Struyk | channel: Shopping
Recycling isn't just good for the environment; it's also good for your wallet. From cans to paper to electronics and more, learn how to earn cash by going green.
by: Nora Dunn | channel: Extra Income, Green Living
In the right situations, haggling can save you money on everything from cars to medical care. Discover more expenses worth debating.
by: Chris Birk | channel: Frugal Living
The "sweet spot" is the ideal point where you get the highest performance (and quality) at an optimum price. It can refer to many types of goods, but electronics are of particular
by: Torley Wong | channel: Shopping
Got some old electronics kicking around and no idea how to recycle them? Looking for some extra cash to upgrade, replace or initially purchase a particular piece of equipment? You
by: Myscha Theriault | channel: Green Living, Shopping
We all have a few old electronics lying around that we never use anymore. It seems a waste to just throw them away, but it often takes effort to sell them. Now there is a new ser
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance
My husband and I often search online for fixes to our electronics problems because if a gadget is out of warranty it often costs quite a bit to get it fixed. When we find a soluti
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Frugal Living, Consumer Affairs, DIY, General Tips, Technology
I've watched other Mac lovers fall away from the True Faith, one-by-one, but I never thought it would happen to me. However, yesterday when we brought home the newest addition
by: Catherine Shaffer | channel: Personal Finance, Shopping, Technology
Recalls aren't just for toys. If something breaks, especially earlyish in the product's life, check it out and you may just get a free replacement.
by: Carrie Kirby | channel: Consumer Affairs
It's Friday, it's time for another deal. I must preface this by saying I'm not really a huge fan of the XBox 360, not because it's a bad console but I'm no fan of the reliability r
by: Paul Michael | channel: Deals and Coupons
It's one thing to build a PC. Pah, everyone's doing that. But imagine the look on your friends' faces when you show them a computer in an aquarium filled with mineral oil. [more]
by: Paul Michael | channel: Life Hacks, DIY
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