Resist those temptations -- large portions, manipulative menus, gift cards, loyalty cards, email newsletters and daily deals -- to save your wallet and your weight.
If you don't have an adequate emergency fund and you aren't saving enough money for retirement, you need to cut back on the good times now to avoid the bad times later.
There are big potential payoffs -- like cheap vacations -- if you're willing to open and close a lot credit card accounts to get the best rewards.
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.
You might be surprised to learn that dollars stores aren't always the cheapest place to shop.
Worried about buying at the wrong time this weekend and missing the best deal? Relax. DealNews has scoured its archives to tell us what to buy when over Thanksgiving weekend.
Black Friday can overwhelm even the savviest of shoppers. Fortunately, your smartphone is all you need to make sure you get the best prices on everything on your list.
With so many retailers breaking into their holiday selling seasons on Thanksgiving, it may be time to retire the whole Black Friday idea.
Amazon will now offer Sunday delivery to its Amazon Prime customers in some markets. That's nice for shoppers, but it's an absolute lifesaver for the beleaguered Post Office.
Many businesses are stepping up to honor veterans and active-duty military personnel with free meals on Veterans Day.
Shoppers are constantly offered store credit cards in exchange for instant discounts, and mostly, smart shoppers say no. Here are a few that can be worth saying yes to.
Still clipping coupons out of the Sunday paper? It's time to pull out your smartphone and modernize your couponing.
Want to get free shipping on your online order, but don't have a promo code? There are ways to duck the shipping charges, but it will take a bit of work.
Not happy with how much you're paying for your magazine, gym or online dating service? Call up and threaten to cancel, and you might wind up with a lower rate.
Here's what Dunkin' Donuts, Starbucks and other coffee chains are doing for the big free coffee 'holiday.'