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Excited for Black Friday? Shoppers may not find the best deals this year.
Travelers need a detailed strategy to book a trip using frequent-flier miles.
This weekend's tax free holiday in Virginia could buy you more than just energy efficient appliances and electronics.
It's easy to lose weight by joining a fancy gym or exercise class -- in your wallet, at least.
Fright night 2013 is nearly here, but beware of frightening things when you head to one of those Halloween pop-up stores.
An energy vampire in your house is sucking your wallet dry. But you can drive a stake into it and reduce your energy costs by 10 percent with just a little effort.
For every day that you delay booking a Thanksgiving flight, it's costing you $5 each way, said Rick Seaney, FareCompare co-founder.
Waiting just 30 days after a new model is introduced could significantly depreciate the old phone's value as a trade- in.
Utilities ask customers to reduce energy use as hot weather increases demand
To live a happier life, buy fewer things.
Pawn shops have gone mainstream, but it's not just for the down and out anymore.
When shopping for groceries, do you generally choose brand names over the store brands? You could be spending a lot more for no additional quality.
Don't let credit cards work you -- make them work for you.
The average price of gas across the country is $3.54 a gallon -- the lowest gas has been on this date in three years.
Smart spending strategies to prevent wasting a bundle on back-to-school shopping
Looking for a sweet back-to-school computer deal? There are a few to choose from.
Football fanatics who like to pinch their pennies better listen up. This could be the cheapest way to watch all the NFL games this year.
The lure of free perks while traveling often leaves consumers feeling their upgrades weren't worthwhile.
Maryland and Virginia are giving shoppers a break on buying back-to-school supplies.
WTOP's Kristi King reports.