Having fun doesn't mean you have to spend a lot of money. Here are 10 creative ideas to try next time your family is stuck in the house.
Freecycling sites offer great ways to find free household items and kids' clothing. And you might even score something you've been seeking for years.
For some groceries, toys, household goods, entertainment items and gadgets, regular prices are better at Amazon, Aldi, Costco and Best Buy than Walmart.
GM's AtYourService program will send coupons to drivers who ask OnStar for directions to participating retailers. They can also book rooms via Priceline.
Here are 13 hacks that make sense to the very frugal but might seem weird to other folks.
We used to pay for the long-distance calls, music and classified ads, but they're now among the valuable things we can now get for free.
Despite an early start, sales data provided to the AP show that stores may once again have to rely on procrastinators to save the holiday shopping season.
Procrastinators, rejoice! Free Shipping Day promises delivery by Christmas with no minimum purchase.
Here you have it: 50 ways to date your lover, one for every week -- with two weeks left to create personalized cheap dates.
Sprint's offer provides unlimited talk and text anywhere in the U.S. on its network and matches the monthly data allowance for AT&T and Verizon users.
Black Friday deals are all over the place, but not everything promoted as a deal truly is. Say, what about those toys for the kids and tools for dad?
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.