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It's National Pretzel Day! Here's How to Get Free Pretzels

National Pretzel Day is here, and we've got the scoop on all the places to score tasty treats. Check out our list to find free and cheap snacks today.

QUIZ: Can You Remember What These Items Cost in 1997?

In honor of DealNews' 20th anniversary, see if you can remember what an Apple laptop, a cell phone, a Big Mac, and more common items cost back in the year of our birth. Oh how the times have changed!

The 10 Best Coupons of the Week: Save at Reebok, Nautica, Clarks, and More

To help you stay on top of all things discount, we've rounded up the 10 best coupons of the week. Score 25% off Reebok outlet items, an extra 50% to 60% off at Nautica, and BOGO 50% off Crocs.

Walmart In-Store Pickup Could Actually Save You Money

Recently, Walmart introduced a program that promises extra savings when you opt for in-store pickup over shipping. Here's everything you need to know about this new online discount.

The Best Buys of May Are More Than Memorial Day Sales!

From Mother's Day to Memorial Day, May is a busy month for retailers and shoppers alike. But before you purchase a new grill or try on any summer apparel, you'll want to read our guide, which points out some of the best (and worst) products to buy this month.

The Best Eco-Friendly Freebies for Earth Day

Earth Day is almost upon us once again, which means it's your chance to score eco-friendly freebies. Check out our list for where to find organic milkshakes, free coffee, reusable bags, and more.

Tax Day Freebies Are Here! Get Them All Today

Even if you don't have a refund to look forward to, never fear! Many of our favorite stores and restaurants will offer a selection of conciliatory freebies and deals today.

What You Do (and Don't) Have to Pay for When You Attend a Wedding

If you've ever been in a wedding, you know that expectations about "who pays for what" can get in the way of a good time. These expenses don't have to cause stress, though. Here's a guide to what guests, hosts, and the bridal party can expect to pay for when it comes to common wedding costs.

How to Get Amazon Prime

We talk a lot about Amazon Prime and its benefits. But how do you sign up? Here's a handy step-by-step guide to doing exactly that.

You Won't Have to Wait Until Monday for Deliveries Anymore

Due to the increase in online shopping, UPS is going to start delivering on Saturdays in select metropolitan areas this month to keep up with demand. Will you still shop in-store on the weekends?

How To Use Amazon Prime

Check out our beginners' guide to what it is, what you get with it, and step-by-step instructions on how to use Amazon Prime.

What Happens When You Submit a Complaint to the Better Business Bureau?

Filing a complaint with the Better Business Bureau is straightforward, but what happens next? DealNews spoke with an anonymous source inside the BBB who gave us the scoop on how customer complaints are filed, mediated, and ultimately resolved.

How to Make Sure You Don't Owe on Your Taxes Next Year

Were you hit with a tax bill this year, and can't quite figure out why? Start planning ahead now so history doesn't repeat itself next year. Here are some tips to help you avoid owing on your taxes in the future.

18 April Fools' Day Pranks That Won't Cost a Thing

The best April Fools' Day pranks are cheap or free. They usually have the added benefit of being simple — no elaborate Rube Goldberg machines or costly, time-consuming planning necessary. Here are 18 ideas to get you started.

How to Add Roommates and Family to Your Amazon Prime Account

Follow our step-by-step guide to share all the great benefits of your Prime membership with other members of your household.

Which of Your Favorite Stores Are Closing?

Retail stores haven't had an easy go of it for the last few years. Due to that struggle, many are closing some (or all) of their physical locations. Here's our updated list of suffering stores.

10 Famous April Fools' Day Pranks That Put Us All to Shame

These days, April Fools' Day is practically the official holiday of the internet, with every site trying to make you believe increasingly crazy stories. But the April 1 holiday wasn't always digital. In honor of this April Fools' Day, let's look back at 10 of the best pranks from days gone by.

Amazon is Adding Spanish Language to Its Website (Finally)

The United States is the second-largest Spanish-speaking country in the world, and Amazon is one of the largest online retailers in the country. Yet the online giant is only just now adding the option to browse its site in Spanish.

Let's Discuss: What Do You Think of Amazon's Trade-In Program?

We tried Amazon's Trade-In program, and had some problems. Now let's hear about your experiences exchanging used items for credit with the online superstore.

9 Ways to Get a Deal on St. Patrick's Day

Do you have big plans for St. Patrick's Day? Tons of deals are available to help you have a great time without breaking the bank. Read on for nine ways you could save money on St. Paddy's Day.

4 Tax Deductions You Had No Idea Existed

What you don't know can hurt you, especially when it comes to taxes. The onus is on you to find all the deductions you can and claim them. Here's a look at four commonly overlooked tax deductions.

These 6 Women Revolutionized Retail Forever

International Women's Day is today, March 8. So we're taking a look back at some of the most influential women in business, engineering, and design who changed the way we shop.

Your 9 Biggest Warranty Questions — Answered

How does a warranty work, and how can you use it if there's a problem with something you've bought? We answer nine major questions about warranties, so you'll know all the important details about this fact of consumer life.

Confirmed: Costco Is Raising Its Membership Prices in June

Costco last raised prices of its memberships in 2011, which means it's due for another increase. Here's how much you can expect to pay if you're renewing after June this year.

You're Getting Less Than You Think With These 9 Items & Services

Whether it's poor or misleading labeling or mountains of fees, there are a lot of ways you can end up getting less than you thought you were buying. Here are 9 common instances where you might not be purchasing exactly what you expect.

Why UPS is Serious About Drone Deliveries, But You Shouldn't Expect One Soon

UPS has now delivered a residential package via drone. Here's the lowdown on UPS drone deliveries: the reasons they could help the company, how they work, which customers will benefit the most when they become the norm — and why that won't be for a while.

Should You Do Your Own Taxes?

Like most important questions, the answer isn't so simple. We help you decide whether to hire a tax professional or do your own taxes, and offer up useful tips for whichever option you choose.

There's a 50% Chance You're Overpaying for Almost Everything

The "pink tax" costs women a bundle every year. Learn which products are affected, how to avoid these higher prices, and what lawmakers and retailers have done to address the issue in the past year.

The Ethical Shopper's Guide to Boycotts

In our politicized shopping environment, it can be difficult to keep up with all the boycotts going on. We explore the not-so-new practice, what makes a boycott succeed, and the best ways to express yourself if a boycott isn't realistic.

L.L.Bean's Popular Shipping and Return Policies Might Be in Danger

L.L.Bean customers have been enjoying its generous free shipping and return policies for years, but now the brand is looking to cut costs. We examine the odds of finding these services on the chopping block.

Your Stress-Free Guide to Itemized Tax Deductions

If you're ready to file your taxes, you have to make a choice: to itemize or not to itemize? We take a closer look at the types of deductions to help you decide.

Amazon Just Matched Walmart's $35 Free Shipping Minimum

Amazon increased the price threshold for its free standard shipping only a year ago. But now the online megaretailer is once again requiring a $35 minimum order for free shipping — and we could have Walmart to thank.
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