Welcome to Wednesday! Get over the hump with some retail therapy. This week's best deals include score over 50% off Amazon Echo smart speakers, the best bargains from Lifehacker Coupons, Catch's clearance tech sale, get Red Dead Redemption 2 cheap from Amazon, McDonald's Quarter Pounders for $2 and heaps more!
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Data from business analytics company illion shows a record number of Australian retailers are going to the wall. Although relatively low as a percentage of all companies, the negative trend is worth highlighting given the laundry list of headwinds already facing the sector.
Multiple analysts agree that the near-term performance of the retail industry will serve as a critical test of the broader health of the Australian economy.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the biggest shopping events on the US calendar, with retailers offering discounts of up to 90 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.
Black Friday is coming on soon and that means your credit card could take a hammering if you don’t have a plan. In order to make sure you get the best from this shopping event and don’t blow your budget here are some tips to make the most out of Black Friday.
Not only does Amazon track your purchases, it tracks all the products you looked at and didn't buy too. Here's how to make it go away. There are a couple reasons you might want to clear your Amazon browsing history. Maybe you share an Amazon account with someone and don't want them to see what you've been looking at — like when you're browsing potential gifts — or perhaps you're tired of getting Amazon's targeted ads based on your browsing history.
Black Friday is the biggest online sales event of the year, with thousands of retailers and manufacturers offering heavily discounted items. While nominally held on the fourth Friday of November, the deals have already begun appearing online - a full two weeks out from the event. Here are the best Black Friday deals so far.
As any bargain hunter worth their salt will tell you, eBay 'price jacking' is a depressingly common problem. As an online marketplace, eBay does not set the prices of goods it sells - which makes it easy for third-party sellers to rip people off. This is especially prevalent during site-wide sales, with merchants regularly inflating the "RRP" to fool uninformed customers.
It's a pretty scummy practice, but thankfully one that is easily avoided. Here's what you can do about it.
Whenever you go to Amazon, the site shows you some of the last items you looked at. The idea is that if you see that shirt, frying pan, or epic novel again, you might decide to bite the bullet and make a purchase. It's an OK idea in theory, but when the last item you looked at happens to be a gift you're researching for a loved one or something else you'd prefer to not broadcast to the world that you were looking at on the site, the tracking feature can be a bit problematic.