Whether you're headed to the beach, road tripping across the country, or flying across the pond, here's five luggage picks to cover all your vacation needs. Score a rugged rolling duffel, an eye-catching Vera Bradley bag, and more in our roundup of the week's best luggage deals.
One of the toughest parts of being an adult is realizing that the fictional worlds you love are not real, and you'll never visit them. To cope with this harsh reality, it's totally understandable that you'd turn to collectibles. A good place to look for them is GameStop, where you can currently buy one select clearance item and get a second for 50% off.
Groupon is giving new customers an extra 25% off one local, goods, or getaway deal. That's the best discount we've ever seen at the site, so it's an ideal time to give Groupon a try. We've come up with 10 ways you might use the coupon, on everything from photo printing to oil changes.
Designer handbags are one of the first big investments for many a fashionista. But a single purse is unlikely to be appropriate for every situation. Luckily, Last Call is cutting up to 75% off a selection of handbags, with prices starting at $6.
By Jeff Somogyi, DealNews User Experience Researcher
Ever wanted to wear an octopus on your back? What about a cheeseburger? These 10 weird and nerdy backpacks are fun to look at and imagine using, even though you know you're probably just gonna buy another JanSport this fall.
By Sheryl Nance-Nash, DealNews Contributing Writer
Last year, the average family with children in grades K-12 planned to spend about $630 on back-to-school shopping. If you're looking to save money on the annual ritual, wait to buy these six back-to-school items until after school starts.
While prepping for college, don't forget the importance of buying a supportive backpack that'll keep you pain-free. From cushioned straps to storage capacity to warranties, here's what you need to know.
We rounded up ThinkGeek's 10 best-selling items for 2016, featuring weird watches, glowing hoodies, and a whole lotta Star Wars stuff. Trust us: These items will have you reaching for your credit card faster than you can say, "Han shot first."
Back-to-school season will be here before you know it, and finding the right backpack should be a priority. The right fit and features can mean the difference between comfort and pain all year, for everyone from first graders to seniors.
Whether a 1-mile ramble or a 10-mile trek, day hiking is even more pleasurable (or less likely to become unpleasurable) with a little preparation. These essentials will ensure that your load is light and your wallet isn't.
Whether you're on the hunt for pretty pens, trend-setting apparel, or a shiny new laptop to get school-ready, we're here to help you navigate the best of the back-to-school sales by looking back at the cream of the crop of last year's offerings.
We spoke with several industry experts who shared their thoughts on how to land the right luggage for your budget. And even if a suitcase isn't all that glamorous to you, just think of all the exotic places it can take you!
For most Americans, Labor Day means the end of summer, but the first Monday in September also means big savings for bargain hunters. And even though Labor Day isn't considered a consumer holiday, retailers don't tend to miss any opportunity to offer sales. And Labor Day 2012 is no exception.
Kids are taken from their families and forced to fight to the death on a remote island. This is the plot of "Battle Royale." But, it turns out, it's also the plot of a new book / movie combo, too: The Hunger Games! In this piece, we investigate the monetary value of Katniss' bag. You know, the one — NO SPOILERS!
If you travel, you've seen the sad result of inadequate luggage, with clothes and other personal items strewn on the baggage carousel. You can avoid such embarrassment and inconvenience by getting the right bag, but sometimes it can be hard to tell what's a good value and what's just cheap. We've got a run-down of how to get the most value for your investment in a travel bag.