Best Money Tips: Avoid These Retailer Tricks on Black Friday

By Amy Lu on 23 November 2016 0 comments

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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