This week marks a transition – by Dec. 19, most major stores’ free shipping or standard shipping options will no longer guarantee before-Christmas delivery. And in case you hadn’t noticed, the guaranteed-by-Christmas deadlines for ground shipping for the U.S. Postal Service, FedEx
Black Friday is just around the corner. Whether you head out into the crowd or surf the internet from home, you can easily overspend your budget in a blink of an eye. Use these strategies to plan out your shopping trip and stick to your spending limit.
Make Your List and Check it Twice
Follow the lead of the jolly man in the red suite
You’re armed with the tools you need to save money this holiday shopping season. You know how to budget, where and when to find the best deals, and what to get everyone on your list. But wait. Before you log on and make your next purchase, there are a few strategies to add to your toolbox.
As the unofficial end of summer, Labor Day always sees sensational sales on last season’s wares. In addition to summer styles and outdoor gear, these Labor Day sales events often include deals on appliances, mattresses and more. Expect to save as much as 80 percent when shopping 2017
Though summer is just beginning, it’s already nearing back-to-school shopping season. For those students eagerly anticipating their first year of college, it’s easy to take that shopping list and run with it! Before you get started on checking off your supplies, take a quick read of my suggestions