Yes, you can still save on back-to-school shopping, even if school has already started. In fact, you might want to put off some purchases for several weeks.
Maximize your back-to-school savings by following this advice. And when you're done, leave your extra coupons next to the item for someone else to find.
It's last call for swimwear deals. August is also a great time to purchase grills, vacation cruises and laptop bundles. For other electronics, you may want to wait.
Daily deals via sites like Groupon and LivingSocial now come with more caveats and restrictions. But that may not be all bad for consumers.
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It's not too late for Americans to assemble an affordable itinerary for the Summer Olympic Games.
Retailers are pushing advance deals, but shoppers may want to wait for certain items.
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