College is expensive from the get-go, starting with tuition. But there's also the stuff you have to buy college-bound kids before they head off! We can't help you with the cost of school, but here's a list of things that you should not buy your matriculating student, as they head back to school. Your wallet will thank us!
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.
There are certain back to school items, like inexpensive supplies, that you may be inclined to buy in store rather than online. But just because you're stepping away from your computer doesn't mean you can't still be a budget savvy shopper. Here are some couponing tips for saving the most in-store during back to school shopping.
You may be prepping your matriculating college student with new sheets and a shiny laptop, but a necessity that's oft-overlooked is a tricked out tool box for all those times their budget-friendly keepsakes fall apart. We've got deals on several basic tools that every student (and everyone else, for that matter) needs for their first tool box.
College students are perpetually strapped for cash, but that doesn't mean your kids need to become schooled in Dumpster Diving 101 just to furnish their apartment. We've rounded up some of the best budget-friendly furniture deals from our site to keep them comfortable in their campus abodes.