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10 Household Items You Probably Overpaid For

Stocking a home with all of the essentials is expensive. From appliances to kitchenware to cleaning supplies, costs can add up before you know it. And, with so much to buy, it's easy to just pay full price and get it over with. But, having a little patience (and maybe a Deal Alert or two), could save you a ton of money on some of your household items. While we all want that picturesque home, we want to do it without busting the bank. To help with that endeavor, we've made a list of of the

How a Deal-Savvy Office Manager Saved a Deal-Savvy Company Thousands

Small changes can have a big impact, especially when you’re buying for your business. The tips below are easy to implement, but they can make a big difference in your bottom line. Before we really get into things, you should know a bit about my deal-savvy background. I’ve been a couponing shopaholic focused on finding the best deals on the web since way back, even prior to working at Slickdeals. I have absolutely no shame walking into a CVS Pharmacy with stacks of CVS ExtraBucks, disc

How I Booked a $4,500 Trip for Two With Points

Last summer, my brother and I decided it was time for a vacation, and what better way to unwind than a visit to the beautiful Hawaiian island of Kauai. Most people spend months, or even years, saving up the thousands of dollars it takes to fund a trip like this, but thanks to the magical wonders of credit card points, we were able to successfully book a four-day vacation for an out of pocket cost of around $100 per person with only a week's notice. Here's how we did it.   Flights

This Week's Best Amazon Deals

*Updated 10/20/16* When it comes to finding bargains on Amazon, a variety of factors (like biased reviews and questionable list prices) come into play. To help with this endeavor, we're spotlighting a handful of Amazon deals that are actually worth your attention. We're also throwing in each product's Fakespot rating to help clarify the reliability of its reviews. This is a handy site that analyzes Amazon URLs in a matter of seconds and spits out a grade showing how biased the reviews are f

Amazon Prime Day 2016: A Preview of the Biggest Sale Event of the Summer

Amazon made huge waves last year with its first-ever Prime Day, a shopping mega-event that was promoted as being the Black Friday of the summer. It was initially rolled out as a one-time sales event, but after seeing through-the-roof numbers last year, Amazon has confirmed that it’s bringing it back next month. Prime Day 2016 will take place on Tuesday, July 12, with deals beginning at midnight Pacific time. As the name implies, Prime Day is an exclusive shopping event for Prime subsc

Should You Switch from Wired to Bluetooth Headphones?

If you've ever tried to untangle your headphone cables from the rest of the contents of your gym bag, or nearly choked yourself when the cables got caught around a door handle or some other obstruction, it may be time to consider another option. Luckily, you don't have to put up with your headphone cable's literally twisted existence, thanks to the preponderance of wireless Bluetooth phones.   Advantages of Bluetooth Not only do you lose the tangling, dangling cable when you swit

Credits from the Apple e-book Settlement Could be in Your Amazon Account Right Now

If you purchased any e-books between April 2010 and May 2012, chances are high that you've got some free money waiting for you. Ok, maybe not free money, but what else would you call unexpected credits in your Amazon account?   The Back Story The money is flowing from a multimillion-dollar Apple settlement. As a result, America's favorite tech company is shelling out credits to consumers who bought e-books from Amazon, Apple, Kobo and Barnes & Noble during the timeframe mention

You Might Have Free Tickets or Discount Codes in Your Ticketmaster Account

If you've been following this thread from last month, or if you really stay on top of the email address you used in 1999, you might have noticed that you're potentially entitled to some free concert tickets from Ticketmaster. If you purchased tickets through Ticketmaster between October 21, 1999 and February 27, 2013, you probably have some discount codes waiting for you in your account. It looks like each discount code is only for $2.25, but when I checked my account I had 17 of them,

What You Missed If You Didn't Make it to the 2016 E3 Expo

Another year, another E3 Expo. If you're unfamiliar with E3, it's one of the world's largest video game industry gatherings, where those lucky enough to be in attendance can get hands-on experience with upcoming software and hardware from some of today's biggest digital entertainment companies. According to E3's organizing body, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), more than 70,000 video game professionals, journalists and fans attended the festivities surrounding the expo. A

20 Summer Outfits From Kohl's for Less Than $14 Each

Like everyone else, I have my fair share of time-consuming hobbies. Lusting over items at Sephora, contemplating "Game of Thrones" theories and guiltily watching "The Bachelorette" are just a few of them. But I think I speak for a lot of women when I say that Pinterest is easily one of the most captivating time zappers I've encountered thus far. I can go from pictures of Parisian hairdos to images of Ryan Gosling cuddling his dog in a matter of... hours... and yet it feels like no time has

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