Since the recession, many of us have grown accustomed to walking into a store and taking advantage of buying merchandise at 50 and 70 percent off. As consumer confidence continues to improve, however, many retailers are responding by putting an end to the deep discounts.
There is no doubt that it is hard to resist a good sale. But, a new study by Consumers Checkbook, or checkbook.org, has discovered that some national retailers have perpetual sales, so those sale prices are actually the real price.
Ever wonder what are the "safe" items to buy if you find yourself shopping the dollar store? Dennis and Judi discussed it on air and even asked the listeners what they think would be safe to buy there and you wouldn't be taking your life in your hands by doing so...
There are two types of people - those who rush to the supermarket for bread and milk upon hearing a snowstorm in the weather forecast, and those who have already had their pantry filled to the brim in case of an emergency.
Shopping started early this year for millions of Americans thanks to a slew of holiday promotions that drew consumers in before the seasonal rush to find the perfect gift, according to a new survey by the National Retail Federation (NRF).