You usually won’t find many sales for St. Patrick’s Day, but since March has few sales, you may find some retailers offering a bargain for the holiday. Here are some suggestions from DealNews: Luggage – If you’re in need of a luggage upgrade, March is a good time to shop.
Two places to compare prices for Valentine's Day chocolates are Target and Macy's, according to DealNews. For reduced prices on Godiva chocolates, check their website often because the prices change frequently. Be sure to shop early, too.
What should you expect from Valentine’s Day sales for 2021? The sales have already started, so shop early. Shopping early means you’ll not only have a better selection, but you’ll also save on shipping.
Only one-quarter of consumers surveyed know that funeral homes are required to provide price quotes over the phone and an itemized price list at the funeral home. Only 5 percent of consumers are aware that funeral homes are required to accept a casket provided by the bereaved without charging a handling fee.
Cyber Monday used to be the leftovers from Black Friday. However, it’s becoming one of the biggest shopping day of the year – if not the biggest.
I wanted to do a tip on Instagram to keep shopping if you haven’t found your Black Friday deal yet. Cyber Monday is coming up, and some store are continuing to offer deals throughout the weekend.
The pandemic is really changing things for Thanksgiving this week. I gave up in March any idea of going to Madrid or Sacramento where my daughters live with their families for the holidays. My hope is we can visit next year.
To help you make the best choices for your Black Friday shopping, you need to know what to buy and what not to buy. Even on the biggest sales holiday of the year, not every deal is a good deal.
This year, instead of Amazon Prime Day being in July, it’s Oct. 13 and 14. What bargains should you look for? The most important thing to do is to compare prices. The “bargain” may or may not be saving you any money.
“Mastering others is strength,” wrote Lao Tzu, “mastering yourself is true power.” Tom Sightings refers to this quote as he introduces the articles for our blog roundup this week. Sightings saw an article by someone who was mastering the power in himself.