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Getting the Best Memorial Day Shopping Deals

On Memorial Day weekend, retailers pull out all the stops to move fresh merchandise, and if you play your cards right, you can get some great deals. But even though it's the semi-official start of summer, you'll want to do your homework first. (Don't worry, you can cheat off of DailyFinance's personal finance columnist, Regina Lewis.)

Are Group Deal Sites Costing You Too Much Time?

A penny saved, they say, is a penny earned -- which explains the popularity of group-buying websites. But they also say that time is money, which is why you may be feeling like the daily slog through all those discount deals is becoming more trouble than it's worth. But there are ways to keep the bargains and take back your inbox.

When the 'Daily Deal' Is No Deal at All

Everyone loves to save money, and group-buying websites like Groupon and LivingSocial make it seem so easy. But they also make it easy -- and very tempting -- to buy more than you need, things that you don't, and coupons you'll never redeem. But you can tame your group-buying habit.

CVS Coupon for $5 Off $40

Grab a CVS coupon for $5 off a purchase of $40 or more when you "like" the company's Facebook page. Click on the Special Offers tab and enter your...

Makeup Coupon for 20% Off at Ulta

Use this makeup coupon for 20% off your entire purchase at Ulta through Apr. 9, 2011. Plug in Ulta coupon code 12005 to get the discount. The makeup...

How Being Too Cheap Can Cost You a Fortune

Being frugal is smart, and these days, it's fashionable too. Sometimes, though, it just doesn't make sense to be a Scrooge: Going too far in your attempts to save can have financial consequences that leave you significantly worse off. Here are nine ways you shouldn't cut corners.

Entertainment Books $17, Extended!

Today through Mar. 17, 2011, get the 2011 Entertainment Book for $17, plus free shipping! No coupon code is needed. Books start out as high as $40...

Restaurant.com 80% Off Coupon

Eat a tasty meal at your favorite restaurant for between 25%-40% off when you pre-buy part of the meal at Restaurant.com. The way the site works is...

The 20 Most Frugal U.S. Cities

Known for Coca-Cola, peach trees and Gone With the Wind, Atlanta now holds yet another honor: It is home to some of the most frugal shoppers in the...

What Groupon Will Do With That Extra $950 Million

Word is bubbling up that Groupon is about to close a $950 million funding round. But the company is already the global group buying leader and is growing much faster than its competitors, so why does it need so much money? For world domination, of course ... and here's how it's likely to play out.

Google in Talks With Smaller Coupon Companies

Google (GOOG) is in talks with smaller coupon companies after failing to reach a deal with Groupon, The New York Post reported. Google may be looking at coupon companies including LivingSocial and New York%u2019s BuyWithMe, The New York Post reported without naming its sources.

Walgreens Coupon for 15% Off

Use this Walgreens coupon to get 15% off storewide during the drugstore's friends and family sale Dec. 1, 2010 only. You will get 20% off all...

Who Is Most Likely to Use a Coupon?

Since the start of the financial meltdown in 2008, coupon use has come back in vogue for many Americans. In 2009 shoppers used 27% more coupons than...

Retailers' 15 Most Annoying Habits: Readers Speak Out

Of course, retailers need to fight for every dollar. But the tactics they use to get customers to spend extra are clearly wearing thin. Our readers griped about nearly 350 sneaky ways stores aggravate them, especially when it comes to promotions, sales and discounts.

World Market coupon $10 off $30

Use this World Market coupon (formerly known as Cost Plus) to save $10 off your next $30 purchase. Valid in stores, but not online. Expires Oct. 31,...