Twelve bucks for a jumbo-sized bag of Halloween candy? Scary. The next thing we know we've spent fifty bucks or more planning for trick-or-treaters, and let's be honest, because we want to hold back a stash for ourselves. It happens.
Save yourself some stress, and shop these stores fo…
If you really want a new fancy new tablet or iPad, take your driver's license with you to buy it. Texas has a new law that kicks in next January, that will allow a store to decline your credit card purchase if you forget your ID.
If you bought a 40-inch flat screen TV over the Thanksgiving shopping weekend, you matched most East Texas shoppers. Each of us spent a little under $300 over the Black Friday weekend, but that's only a third of what our holiday shopping total will be.
I found this while I was out running errands this week. Somebody apparently polished off a chicken wing and left the bone in the shopping cart. What in the world?! I have so many questions for this person. Like, where are the rest of the wings? No one can eat just one.
There's a secret to choosing the right checkout line to get in and out of the grocery store quickly, and it's not what you think. Sometimes getting behind that lady with the full and overflowing cart can be the fastest. Let me explain.
If you're like me, weekends include a trip to H-E-B to stock up. Good news...If you came home with an SUV full of a mix of name-brand things and generics, you probably did it right. There are some things we should buy generic and some things we shouldn't, and there's a key to telling th…
Full disclosure. I spent $50.20 on an order of granola yesterday because they offered free shipping on orders of $49 or more and I'm so addicted to the stuff I justified buying 8 bags of it and some chia bars while I was at it. Trust me when I say I will sniff out the best deals for you. I won't ma…
I know, I know. More shopping. It's been one big sale after another for the past few weeks, and it's all under the tree now. But there are some things that are better purchased after Christmas, and these are the top items.
Did you know our favorite store might be putting the higher priced items at eye level so we'll lock a gaze with it and buy it? The cheaper stuff is usually a step or two above or below. What else do stores do to get us to buy, that we might not notice?