Best Money Tips: Don't Fall for These Black Friday Myths


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on major Black Friday myths that retailers want you to fall for, ways to avoid paying bank fees, and things that we’ve been doing wrong all our lives.

Top 5 Articles

The four major Black Friday myths retailers want shoppers to fall for — Retailers want you to think that you only have one chance to take advantage of a deal, but odds are you'd be able to find the product on sale elsewhere even after Black Friday. [The Monitor]

14 Ways to Avoid Paying Irritating Bank Fees — Avoid paying ATM fees and the hassle of looking for a machine within your bank's network by paying for your groceries with a debit card and getting cash back. [Money Talks News]

40 Things You've Been Doing Wrong All Your Life — Drill holes into the bottom of your trash can to prevent suction issues when inserting and pulling out trash bags. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Get Smarter for Free: Online Classes You Should Take — Alison offers courses on a variety of topics. You can even earn a diploma for free! [Common Cents Mom]

Walking Is A Real Exercise – Here Are 5 Reasons — Brisk walking raises your heart rate and is considered a moderate-intensity aerobic exercise.  [Life Upgrade]

Other Essential Reading

5 Reasons You’ll Be Glad You Made Your Purchase With Cash — Some businesses charge extra when you pay with plastic, whereas you might get a discount when you use cash. [Dumb Little Man]

16 Hard Truths About Our Relationships No One Wants to Admit — Good relationships are not easy. They require a lot of work, compromise, and sacrifice. [Marc & Angel Hack Life]

3 Steps to Get Out of “I Don’t Have Time” Thinking — Make sure the activities you choose to do align with your priorities and values. [Productive Flourishing]

3 Tips For Finding New Interests — A new interest can bring more joy to your day. Your new interest can bring a positive change to your physical life, whether it's your body, your health, or your living space. [Get Organized Wizard]

5 Ways to Set Stuff Limits for Your Kids — When friends and family insist on giving gifts for birthdays and holidays, request experiences rather that stuff that will only end up as clutter in your attic. [Living Well Spending Less]

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