Certain electronics will have very attractive prices in June. But for tools, grills and sandals, it's best to wait.
Retailers trying to engage with smartphone-toting deal-hunters are sweetening offers for regular customers.
Social media apps offer consumers cost-saving incentives for 'checking in' and sharing their location online.
Cruises, tablets, jewelry for Mother's Day, and home improvement items are attractively priced right now.
With these smartphone apps, in-store shoppers can make sure they're not missing out on a better deal.
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Penny auction sites have a somewhat dodgy -- but deserved -- reputation, but here's one that could actually snag you a deal.
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