As a frugal guy living in New York, I have been slightly removed from the Black Friday extravaganza that happens annually in the bigger stores. We don’t have a Walmart or Kmart in Manhattan (that I know of). These great … Continue reading
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It’s no surprise we’re not huge fans of the Golden Arches. However, we are pretty impressed at their regional outreach and marketing efforts. Check out some of the quirky and fun offerings at McDonald’s throughout the world. Click the image … Continue reading
Lea Pische and Edwin Hermawan have started a successful new business that deals with deal fatigue — a sickness that has infected consumers and small businesses that offer daily deals. Three months after its introduction, their new business, UnsubscribeDeals.com, has … Continue reading
Just as Wal-mart has compromised many small US businesses across the country in order to bring consumers lower prices (buying from Chinese suppliers who employ slave labor), so too has Groupon, who in its quest to provide consumers with huge … Continue reading
According to the USDA, the number of Americans using Food Stamps via the Supplemental nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), rose in December of 2011 to a now-historic high of 46,514,238, an increase of more than a quarter million Americans from November’s … Continue reading
The web is a very wide space to get items and information about such products and services. While it provides a big market for consumers to shop and get ideas, it also provides daily specials, discounts, and offers for valued … Continue reading