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Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days on the US calendar, with retailers offering discounts of up to 80 percent on big ticket items. If you’re stuck here in Australia, there’s no reason why you need to miss out on the action. Here are seven online shopping tips for Black Friday (and Cyber Monday) bargain hunters.
Sometimes spending money can actually save you money. For example, if you’re buying cheap boots and replacing them often, you’ll save money in the long run if you buy a pricier pair of boots that last. In line with this concept, money writer Jim Wang suggests the “upgrade and save” strategy.
Hump day (AKA Wednesday) is arguably the most boring day of the week. So why not liven things up by grabbing one of these nifty online bargains? Deals that caught our eye this week include: Get Fallout 4 for $64 on Xbox One or PS4, $200 off Sony’s 4K Action Cam and Target’s huge Christmas game sale.
Dear Lifehacker, I have split from my ex-girlfriend whose home was in her name. A few months after moving out, I asked her to return an heirloom which she claimed she no longer had. After two years, my daughter discovered this very piece at her home. What are my rights to retrieve my possession back?
One day on the internet, the price you’re advertised might just end up being the price that you pay. The ACCC is part of an international crackdown on drip pricing, the practice we’re all too familiar with where a website will show you one price when you start a booking, but by the time you’re entering your credit card details, you’ll see a bunch of extra fees and charges.
University gets more expensive every year. And crazy tuition aside, there are a number of sneakier, hidden costs that can drain your wallet when you head back to school. These costs can add up fast, but there are some simple ways to cut them and save big. At the very least, knowing about them can help you can budget a little better.