From Craigslist to Groupon, ebay to Amazon, online shopping has really changed the way we spend our money. In many ways, it's awesome: we can get good deals, free shipping, site to store pickup and plenty of other perks. On the downside, it has led to the drop of local business support and flea markets, the former being pretty important and the latter just being plain old fun.
If you're in the market for a cheap computer, you can get a Chromebook today for less than $200. It's a super fast little machine that you can easily take with you and stay up-to-date on your tasks or watch videos with quick streaming.
Amazon.com always has some great Gold Box Deals going on that you can take advantage of to nab goodies at good prices. From Lightening Deals to the Deal of the Day, there's always something new to check out. If you are a big eShopper, you need to check Gold Box Deals daily to find out what's cooking!
Amazon.com officially has too many products (and now they're aquiring Whole Foods?). I have a Prime Membership, but trying to navigate the site to see exactly what I can use (and not use) is confusing as can be. There's a book service (which is separate from your monthly freebie, and from the so many you can "check out" each month...), the TV service (some are paid and some aren't! Watch for those Prime symbols!) and now I'm navigating the world of Amazon Pantry. Lordy.
The direct-from-China shopping source known as Wish has everyone buzzing with excitement. Shirts for $3? Fidget Spinners for a buck? Amazing! The shipping's not bad, either! The thing that people aren't taking into account, however, is that you do get what you pay for, and at Wish, there have been loads of dissastisfied customers who have realized that a little too late. From clothing being Way. Too. Small.
People all across the country are joining the Amazon Prime train, enjoying movies and music along with free two-day shipping. Many don’t realize that there are plenty of tips and tricks to using Prime before they begin, however, and it can be very helpful to learn about these before you decide to become a Prime member.
NeuYear is offering a dry erase calendar for $15, a savings of 50% off the regular price of $30. Uncoated options also available. $2.99 flat rate shipping not included. Value expires August 3, 2013.
Get these FitWear USA capris from InTouch Organics for $35, a savings of 68% off the original value of $109. Pants made from 90% organic cotton and 10% lycra. Offer includes free shipping in the United States.
Get a Luminess Air Elite Gel Haute polish starter kit for manicures and pedicures for just $29 with this online deal. Regular price is $79. Offer valid through February 13, 2013 and includes:
- Nail polish remover
- Nail cleanser
- Base coat
- Gel nail polish
- Top coat
- Elite LED light