It's officially spring and retailers are preparing for warm weather and hotter sales. In April you'll find deals on everything from laptops to travel, as well as some March deals on winter gear...
&toolidAs the weather gets warmer, more deals are coming out for patio furniture and outdoor products. Today, you can get $10 off $100 at Sears.com with code SEARSMAY10 (offer ends today)
This may be the time of year when you look at your home afresh and notice all the improvements you'd like to make. Of course, the prospect of some tax refund cash itching to be spent might be just the...
One way to make a lasting impression on your house guests is with a laser-like focus on improving the outside of the house. Whether your home needs a quick pick-me-up in time for spring or a more dramatic...
Summer is coming and with it comes wedding season, DIY projects, summer fashion and more. In addition to our new Home Depot vs. Lowe's article, we have a newly updated guide to inexpensive wedding dresses...
Target vs. Walmart, Costco vs. Sam's Club: The top retailers all have their worthy competitors. In the home improvement arena, the two giants are Lowe's and Home Depot. If you're looking to complete...
With more Americans choosing chain restaurants over independents, according to recent market research, we set out to find the best casual dining chains for families on a budget and published our rankings...
Whether you're looking to fix up your house before selling it or simply want to make it look fresh and modern, we've got some tips for you. From the bathroom to the bedroom, there are little things...
Although the weather may be variable, retailers stick to a seasonal schedule -- and that means savings for the smart consumer. Use this post-holiday seasonal transition month to score deals on jewelry,
What have you done to save energy lately?
If you've been a little careless about leaving lights on and letting the tap water run, October is the month to turn over a new leaf. This is Energy...
There's something about being the owner of a brand-new piece of merchandise, and often that something is an empty wallet.
Although certain items are better bought new (underwear, mattresses)
UPDATE: Walgreen To Launch Low-Price Store Brand Early Next Year (The Wall Street Journal)
Summer may be half over but that's no reason to do without summer backyard equipment that can make the rest of the season so much more pleasant. We recently posted a couple of new buying guides that can...
Are you in the mood to revamp your living space? We found some cheap decorating ideas and resources for cheap home decor that skimp on money but not on aesthetics. A fresh coat of paint in a bold color,
Here are some money saving stories we're reading:
Here are some money saving stories were reading:
Easy steps to help you meet savings goals (Guampdn.com)
Fabulous & Frugal: How to stay cool while saving energy (The Commercial...
Here are some money stories were reading:
How to Make Simple and Cheap Dish Detergent (Money Talk News)
Wedding Planning Means Wedding Savings (CNN Money)
Memorial Day means more than summer being just around the corner and the end of the school year -- it also means big-time sales on scores of items, from chlorine for the pool to a car for getting around...
Spring's good for warmer weather and longer days. But cleaning? Not so much. It's a pain in the neck always, but you may have an extra incentive to do it this season: spring cleaning saving tips. That's... Read more on Wallet Pop »
How to save on utility bills? Kim Komando points you to a U.S. Department of Energy website that can help you audit your house for energy use. But that's just the beginning. If you really expect... Read more on Kim Komando »
The next time you think about how to reduce your electric bill, you might wonder which light bulb is the most efficient. As Wallet Pop explains, you've got several options, from the traditional... Read more on Wallet Pop »
In case you haven't noticed, it's winter, folks, and that means huge heating bills for many of us. So here comes Fox News with a recap of those commen-sense ideas that can help you shave more than... Read more on Fox News »
Home values in many parts of the country have plummeted in the past couple of years, so here are some suggestions from the San Franciso Chronicle for simple home improvement projects that could... Read more on San Francisco Chronicle »
Long before there were professional cleaning services, folks knew how to get rid of nasty stains and odors. Here's a primer, courtesy of US News & World Report, with 20 thrifty do-it-yourself techniques... Read more on US News & World Report »
Keeping up with the Joneses no longer requires costly renovations to your home. Just do what all your cash-strapped friends are doing, and splurge on little pick-me-ups. The New York Times gives... Read more on The New York Times »
There's no place like home, but only if you feel safe. BloggerNews offers some budget-friendly tips for securing your home. Read more on BloggerNews »
Spring comes early and cheap with this tip from Lifehacker. Here's the secret: buy a big bouquet of flowers -- from the grocery store -- and divide them into small vases and place them in strategic... Read more on Lifehacker »
It's your turn to be a designer for a day. MSNBC lets you into the secret world of do-it-yourselfers who customize basic IKEA furniture designs and components for their own unique -- and astoudingly... Read more on MSNBC »
Forget about those trickle-down policies the big guys in Washington keep promising. Go with the bottom-up approach and take control of your environment. SmartMoney.com lists five ways to cut your energy... Read more on SmartMoney.com »
Stay cool this summer (and for many summers beyond) by following these money-saving tips from 39online.com. (Note: There's a bonus video accompanying the article.) Read more on 39online.com »
Eegads! It's time to redo the kitchen. But who can afford it these days? The Daily Journal offers a host of low-cost ideas that will spiff up the heart of the family home without breaking the family piggybank. Read more on The Daily Journal »