Freebies for Halloween aren't limited to trick-or-treat candy this year. Take your pick of video games, doughnuts and restaurant meals.
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About 16% of Americans have already started to look for holiday deals, and retailers are eager to accommodate them.
The settlement of a price-fixing case means that those who've bought e-books from Amazon and other sellers will get a credit toward future purchases or a check.
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By standing in a crowd, shoppers see themselves as making the right buying decision, even though many Black Friday deals are far from spectacular.
Screen sizes are inching up, but going big may not be in your best interest. You have to consider the ideal amount of space between the TV and the people watching it.
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