Best Money Tips: Avoid These Retailer Tricks on Black Friday

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on trick that retailers will try to use on Black Friday, ways to recover from a bad first impression, and tips to help you save money at hotels.

Top 5 Articles

10 Tricks Retailers Will Try To Use On Black Friday — Check a product's specs before you buy. Stores often put cheaper versions of an item on sale to make you think you're getting a great deal. [SheBudgets]

6 Ways To Recover From A Bad First Impression — Apologize as soon as you realize you've painted an bad image of yourself. A speedy and sincere apology will help minimize the damage. [Life Upgrade]

17 Ways to Save Money at Hotels — Travel often? Sign up for the rewards program offered by your favorite chain. [PopSugar Smart Living]

7 Best Things to Buy at the Dollar Store — Multipack greeting cards go for only $1 at a dollar store. At a supermarket, each card starts at around $3. [Kiplinger]

Tips to lower the cost of your ride-share trips — If you have time to spare, consider ride-share carpooling to cut your fare by as much as half. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

7 Tips for Having a Happy Thanksgiving with Your Difficult Relatives — Topics that seem innocuous to you may rub someone else the wrong way. Stick to open-ended questions that show your interest while allowing the other person to choose what they want to talk about. [Gretchin Rubin]

6 Ways You Are Making Your Depression Worse — Depression is a real problem, and certain habits — like avoiding your friends and staying inside —can make it harder to get out of the funk. [Change Your Thoughts]

Ten tips to hijack your morning routine — You're less likely to skip a workout when you get it done first thing in the morning. It sets the tone for the rest of your day. [Best Kept Self]

5 Habits That Are Costing You Money — Standing in front of the refrigerator with the door open can do a number on your electric bills. If you need something from the fridge, get it quick. [Dinks Finance]

How to Involve Your Children in Thanksgiving Preparations — Break out the arts and crafts supplies and get creative! Build a gratitude board with your kids with words and images of all the things they're thankful for. [Parenting Squad]

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