Did you spend too much on Christmas presents? Are Christmas gift cards burning a hole in your pocket? Regardless which side of the fence you fall on, frugal shoppers will find plenty to buy in January.
Today's daily deals include a tablet deal and a great deal on one of our favorite cheap pools, the Intex. Check them all out, below.
Below are our favorite daily deals from today, including a $400 Rachael Ray cookware set for only $135 and a $500 Schwinn exercise bike for $235.
This week at Cheapism, we're recommending our favorite cheap external hard drives and rounding up great ways to save you more money, from pantry staples that will cut your grocery bill to the best deals...
If you have any birthdays coming up, today's daily deals are worth a look. From a Fender electric guitar starter kit, a webcam, and a new Garmin nuvi GPS marked over $400 down, there are a lot of steals...
Today we have some great tech deals in addition to our Valentine's day deals. Ebay has a waterproof, fireproof 2 TB external hard drive marked down to $250 from the regular price of $420, Amazon has...
Leaf Blowers. With the leaves already starting to turn in some parts of the country, we've updated and expanded our leaf blowers buying guide. While...
Office Chairs. While office chairs can cost upward of $1,000 -- and even earn a place in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art -- we...
Everyone wants to be in the cloud -- but at what cost? A PC World analysis has deemed Amazon's Simple Service Storage (S3) a cheap cloud storage option to back up your PC. The S3 costs between... Read more on PC World »
Frugal gamers with some tech savvy, this one's for you: a cheap DIY gaming computer. The expert at Benchmarkreviews.com set out to determine if you could build a penny-pinching system that handily... Read more on benchmarkreviews.com »
A cheap portable monitor is a nifty extra for those moments when you just need more desktop real estate. discusses a new product from Toshiba that beats out the tablet in this dimension. Sure, it's Read more on Wired.com »
Looking to save money by replacing brand-name printer cartridges with third-party refills? PC World put cheap HP printer ink on trial in its latest analysis of third-party ink options. Depending... Read more on PC World »
So, you've got yourself an iPad but you really want an iMac. Mobilemag.com has a nifty and cheap solution to your dilemma. Read more on mobilemag.com »
Web access on the go with your laptop -- how can can you live without it? No reason to, really, given the competitive heat in the data plan market. Phonedog.com has the scoop on T-Mobile's new... Read more on Phonedog »
Psst, need a cheap external hard drive? PC Magazine says Toshiba has a deal for you: a no-frills, entry-level 320GB device that's retailing for about $80. Read more on PC Magazine »
There's only so much real estate on the top of your desk. But cheap all-in-one printers, reports Boston.com, don't hog space and save you money. Here's the skinny on the capabilities of some of... Read more on Boston.com »
Forget the pencils and notebooks. What modern college students really need is a multi-function printer. PC Magazine has pulled together a list of five cheap all-in-ones that can print, scan, and... Read more on PC Magazine »
If your old PC is bogging you down, there is hope -- and it doesn't mean shelling out for a new computer. Check out this article from Gizmodo to learn about some strategic, budget-friendly upgrades... Read more on Gizmodo »
Say you want to buy a super cheap HDTV and you know, even ahead of time, that the speakers are awful. CNET has a solution for you: plug in a set of external speakers, using the USB port, and presto... Read more on CNET »
For those of us on the go, here's a handy idea: take your hot spot with you. The New York Times tells us how this is done, but more importantly, how we can do this cheaply. Read more on The New York Times »
Cheap headphones are a bane in many peoples lives. While many users dont want to spend a lot on headphones because they probably just dropped plenty on an MP3 player, quality listening devices... Read more on Cheapism »
A new multifunction printer with cartridge prices you can afford? No way. Well, yes, actually, according to Technologizer. A new model from Lexmark is competitively-priced and frequent users get... Read more on Technologizer »
Samsung introduces a new cheap, small, and wireless laser printer. CNET reviews the package and deems it an excellent buy. Read more on cnet »
Here's some computer-related advice frugal shoppers might want to heed. NJ.com suggests you go cheap when you buy your next computer. Why? Because advances in software technology mean you don't... Read more on NJ.com »
Do you have a problem with too much data and no where to store it? Toshiba has a solution for you: eweek.com reports the electronics company is introducing a series of cheap and portable hard drives, Read more on eweek.com »
Here's another money-shaving idea for you media freaks -- bid your cable service goodbye and plug in your PC to your TV. CNBC suggests several cheap PCs that can light up that big screen with movies, Read more on CNBC »
Look out Apple -- here comes the competition. Good E-Reader reports that computer giants like HP, Dell, and Acer have a smart touch-screen tablet in the works. And that's great news for consumers, Read more on Good E-Reader »
Turntables are back. With a cheap belt-drive USB turntable, you can enjoy the warmth of vinyl in stereo playback and also digitize your favorite tunes for portable listening pleasure. We researched... Read more on Cheapism »
Do you have nightmares about all the data you could lose if your computer crashes? Never fear, writes Popular Science, there are several cheap options out there that offer all the back-up insurance... Read more on Popular Science »
When you work from home, there are just some things you can't do without: a fax, a printer, and a scanner, to name a few. Now add up the cost, think of the space requirements, and... PC Magazine Read more on PC Magazine »
Is your hard drive stuffed to the gills but you can't face parting with any of that data? Well, enterprisestorageforum.com has some news for you: a new data storage company will hold all that stuff... Read more on enterprisestorageforum.com »
Good news for businesses still using some outdated software. A report by Ars Technica says Microsoft is offering a sweet deal on upgrades of older versions of Office Professional and Windows. A... Read more on Ars Technica »
For all you tech-, gadget-, and network-addicts, there's a new fix on the market. Cultofmac.com reports on something called MiFi, your very own WiFi hotspot that can be yours from Verizon for a... Read more on cultofmac.com »