Price comparison websites find the best deals, get you extra discounts and may even show you how to get a refund if the price changes.
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Special deals during the long weekend include discounted movies, free museum admission and free long-distance calls for some active-duty military members.
Bedding, blue jeans and sunglasses will be discounted. Also look for deals on older iPhones when the new version debuts. But hold off on tablets.
It's your last and best chance to get deep discounts on goods like patio furniture, grills, sporting goods and back-to-school supplies. Here are the details.
Resale site Gazelle.com reports a 50% increase in Samsung smartphones since the verdict, which led to a 10% drop in prices.
Free shipping, free products, discounts on your order or your next shopping trip -- the savings can be considerable.
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