Men's apparel will make up the bulk of this year's Father's Day deals, but you'll also find aggressive discounts on gadgets, tools, and steak.
For many, shopping online is the way to go. No need to fight the crowds in the store. All you need is yourself, your computer and a piece of plastic.
GM's AtYourService program will send coupons to drivers who ask OnStar for directions to participating retailers. They can also book rooms via Priceline.
Using the Internet to scour for bargains is growing more popular with every quarter. That's good news for savers -- and maybe investors, too.
For the past seven years, I've made money off of every online purchase I made via cash-back shopping -- and often boosted my savings with sales and coupons.
Which web retailers issue the most discount codes? And what type of codes are they offering? Dealnews.com sorted every offer posted in 2013 to find out.
Don't want to pay Amazon.com's new $99 Prime membership fee? There are other ways to get shipping, streaming movies and e-books for free.
Do forget to carry and use your coupons and loyalty cards? These tips will help let your turn those bits of paper and pieces of plastic into cold cash.
Resist those temptations -- large portions, manipulative menus, gift cards, loyalty cards, email newsletters and daily deals -- to save your wallet and your weight.
To save the most at Presidents Day sales, look for doorbuster deals and coupons -- and think what sizes your kids will be wearing next winter.
Still clipping coupons out of the Sunday paper? It's time to pull out your smartphone and modernize your couponing.