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Grandparents' Day is September 9; are you ready? If not, here are a handful of last minute gift ideas. These gifts might not be delivered in time for Sunday, but grandparents will love these gifts no matter when they arrive. Zazzle Custom Plates Want to get your grandma or grandpa something they can use everyday? […]Continue Reading


You're probably thinking, "Parents' Day? Didn't we get this covered in May or June?" But Parents' Day was founded in 1994 and falls on July 22 of this year; why not take the opportunity to celebrate your parents together, or honor the less traditional parental figures in your life? Here are a handful of gift […]Continue Reading


Weddings, baby showers-- even divorce parties-- are all events that people create gift registries for. If you've ever been armed with the scanner and tasked with creating a gift registry then you know it can be overwhelming. This could be your only shot to get exactly what you want from family and friends. Before you […]Continue Reading


Each week, our resident Couponista, Amy Leneker, shares her personal shopping experiences and extreme couponing tips so that you too can be a Coupon Expert!Continue Reading


Need a little excuse to do some shopping? Next week includes both Earth Day (April 22) and Administrative Professionals' Day (April 25). Whether you're looking for a way to make your life more green, or just need a gift for whoever it is that keeps you organized, I've found some deals for you. Earth Day […]Continue Reading


True love is priceless, but why is Valentine's Day so darn expensive? Total spending for Valentine's Day is expected to reach $15.7 billion, according to the National Retail Federation. The average person will fork over $116.21 on Valentine's Day merchandise this year, which is a 12.8 percent increase over 2011. Prices for chocolates, roses and […]Continue Reading


Return fraud is a serious problem for retailers who will lose an estimated $3.48 billion this holiday season, according to the National Retail Federation. That is actually a bit lower from last year's $3.73 billion lost to return fraud during the holiday season. Annually for 2011, return fraud will cost retailers a whopping $14.37 billion. […]Continue Reading


Have you checked out the countdown at lately? Don't let it freak you out too much, but the holidays are here. And if you really want a shot at the gift you've been dreaming of now is the time to get to work. According to MarketLive's 2011 Holiday Shopper Survey, nearly half of shoppers […]Continue Reading


Boss's Day is October 17th this year. Are you prepared? If your boss is humorless, it's probably for the best that you don't shop off of this list. For those with a joker in charge (or those of you who would like to fantasize about giving your supervisor a strange and perhaps even passive aggressive present), here's eight gifts sure to be welcomed by the big cheese.Continue Reading


Looking for a special gift for the high school, college, or even kindergarten graduate in your life? Me too, and since I’m on a tight budget this year and am not much of a do-it-yourselfer, I came up with a great gift idea to get me through. My baby sister is graduating college this year, so I need a gift that is special, has a lot of thought put into it and that she will have and treasure for years to come.Continue Reading


What have you been getting your father for Father's Day all these years? Another tie? More "funny" printed socks? Stop that! It's time to dig a little deeper and get Dad something he'll really love, and not just become it comes from you. I've scoured the internet for you and rounded up five great gift ideas for your Pops.Continue Reading