Buying in bulk is cheaper on most things, but you can save even more if you follow these tips about what to do -- and not do.
Restaurants, movie theaters and stores may seem like ghost towns on Sunday, so head on out. You might find special deals.
It's a great time to buy really big TVs, winter coats and ski vacations, and Presidents Day sales are coming up.
Paying the lowest prices is not just about watching seasonal retail trends. The time of day can make a difference too.
More people are visiting stores to 'test-drive' the merchandise, then going home to buy it online.
If you're budget-minded, the 42-inch LCD HDTV is a good fit. But keep in mind that prices have also dropped noticeably on larger models.
It's a great time to buy winter apparel and electronics. But hold off on the iPad 2 and laptops for now, unless you're looking for a desktop replacement.
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