A survey suggests that many Americans plan to use cash and debit cards for holiday purchases this year more than they did last.
'What would you like for Christmas?' 'Nothing. I already have everything.' Sound familiar? Here are gift suggestions for the hard-to-buy-for people on your list.
For those who still have some names to cross off their holiday shopping list (and who doesn't?), free shipping from online retailers on Wednesday can be a great way to save money.
Here's our price comparison and 5 more tips for saving money when you ship gifts.
You thought you bagged a great deal on Black Friday, but now the price is even lower. You may be able to get some money back.
If you've put off buying your tickets for a holiday season flight, it may still be possible to find airfare that's not exorbitant.
It's too easy to rack up the bills this time of year. Here are some ways to enjoy the holiday season without busting your budget.
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