Black Friday can be overwhelming. To help you make the most from the sales, we've busted 16 myths and dispelled all the holiday hype.
If you wait until Black Friday to start your holiday shopping, you're missing out on the best deals of the season. Let's look at bargain trends from 2013.
Walmart isn't waiting for Black Friday. For the first time, it's offering free shipping on what it considers the season's hottest gifts, starting Saturday.
Here's how to get ready to shop on Black Friday -- and Gray Thursday, Small Business Saturday, Super Sunday and Cyber Monday. Phew!
Buying and financing a car may seem daunting, but there are ways to get the upper hand in negotiations and ultimately lead to a better deal.
In recognition of National Coffee Day, several national and regional chains will be offering free and heavily discounted fresh cups of joe.
Watch out! From free shipping to candy at the register, BOGOs to bundles, stores, websites and gas stations ply you with tricks to get you to spend more.
From Sept. 16-29, McDonald's is giving away small coffees to its morning customers to promote its brew, and to tout its entry into the home coffee market.
Knowing which days your favorite stores mark down items will help you save. Shopping blogger Kyle James has the skinny on when to find fat clearance sales.
Some Labor Day sales offer genuine steals, while some are just run-of-the mill clearances. Here are your best bets.
Buying a laptop for your college student through the school store could cost you 35 percent more, and you're not getting anything more for the money.
An estate sale is an easy way to clean out a house and make some cash, but the process takes more time, effort and emotional energy than you might think.
Costco, famous for savings on bulk-sizes of merchandise, also offers big discounts on services from insurance to travel.
Thinking about getting a new desktop or laptop? Upgrades, refurbished models, open-source software and other tricks can save you hundreds, maybe thousands.
Generics might save you a few bucks, but the savings is only worth it when they don't cause bigger problems.
41 percent of Americans live in households with no landline telephones. They often just use cellphones, but a technology called VoIP is even cheaper.
Half of Americans visited their local library at least once last year, a new survey finds, and they -- and you? -- are saving big bucks by not buying books.
The art abandonment movement is about liberating original pieces of art -- for free -- to people who will love them.