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Never Pay Full Price at These 5 Stores

Some stores release coupons so frequently that their customers would almost be crazy to pay full price. According to data that deal site DealScience.com ran for MarketWatch, covering between 3,000 and 4,000 brands, the average major retailer...

10 Strategies to Save on Your Rental Car

If there's no reliable form of public transportation, then a rental car will most likely be your main form of transportation. Here are some tips on how to save money on one of the biggest travel expenses: Use discounts. Discounts are there if you...

Which Travel Perks Are — and Aren’t — Worth It?

When it comes to flying, gone are the days of checking bags, eating meals, or even resting your head on a pillow for free. In fact, if you fly some airlines, you’ll even pay a fee for your carry-on bag. (It’s no wonder U.S. airlines made $3.35...

10 Things Airlines Won’t Tell You

1. “We’re jacking up ticket prices.” It’s not your imagination. Airfare is getting more expensive. The cost for a domestic roundtrip ticket averaged nearly $356 last year, up 3.6% from a year prior, according to the latest data from Airlines for...

This Summer’s Best Sunscreens for Under $20

It used to be that drugstores offered a small selection of sunscreens every season, and the biggest decision was between Coppertone or Hawaiian Tropic. Nowadays, some drugstores have entire aisles devoted to sunscreen: lotions, creams, sprays,...

5 Apps to Streamline Your Summer Travel

Summer is here, which can mean hot sun and high stress. Before you put on stylish shades, apply generous amounts of sunscreen and hope for the best, you might want to check these apps — they’re specifically tailored to help you spend more time...

How to be a Smarter Shopper

Have you been here? You pull up Pinterest and start looking at the trending styles for the day, then start pinning outfits to your fashion board like your life depended on it. Then your girlfriend sends you a pin of the latest outfit she wants and...

10 Things Not to Buy in 2014

1. Cable TV Cable television’s heyday is over. Subscribers have been declining since 2004, and analysts say there’s no end in sight. Roughly 54.8 million households currently pay for cable TV, down 3.3% from 2012 and down 17.6% from a decade...

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