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.
Mark your calendar -- 17 states give shoppers a break from taxes on select school supplies on these dates.
Store brands may be cheaper than brand names, but they don't always offer a better value.
DSLR camera deals will likely to be hot this month. Also look for great prices on grills, sandals and tools.
Dress like Spider-Man and get a free burger. Or, you can get free coffee and BOGO smoothies without dressing up.
A couple of easy, lesser-known options can provide significant savings.
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