A smart shopper is cautious and knows how to spot a bargain, but smart shopping is about more than just money in Oklahoma. The truly smart shopper knows how to spot the best quality items, those that have durability and will outlive the goods that may appear attractive at first, but don't last.
Saving money is a source of pride for Georgine Kaczmarek, who says it's "in" to be a coupon clipper who takes advantage of rebates and refunds. And what used to be called being cheap is really being smart.
What to Buy (and Skip) in November
November brings forth a cornucopia of sales: Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. But that’s just the beginning of what this deal-driven month will produce. Here are the categories from which shoppers should be buying — and a couple they should skip — over the next few weeks to get the most for their money.... Read More
Use Price Matching to Avoid Leaving Money on the Table
Kevin Brasler recalls barraging an obliging salesperson with questions about car seat safety when he was a concerned new parent. Before they checked out, Brasler and his wife found the seat they were considering for $50 less on Amazon. But they were so invested in their in-store experience that they bought from... Read More
Why Free Shipping Isn’t Always Free
Every online shopper has probably experienced it: You’ve added all the items you need to your cart, and a box pops up that says, “You’re only $11 away from free shipping!” There are many ways to get your stuff shipped gratis. Some retailers offer it to shoppers who spend a certain amount of... Read More
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