Tuesday News Day: TJ Maxx Online Store, Wonder Bread is Back and More!

It's Tuesday News Day and our whole team is jumping for joy because a designer discount store went online just in time for fall. Hello, boot season! In other news, Wonder Bread is back and your $100 bill may be worth $1000. A new site that has Maxxinistas rejoicing. T.J. Maxx is taking their merchandise online, making them one of the few off-price retailers to have a website. Historically, Read more ...

Tuesday News Day: Save on Holiday Deals, Grocery Technology and More!

It's only September, but Tuesday News Day is already home for the holidays. This week, we have a list of the top toys kids want and a first look at holiday sales. Not feeling the spirit of the season quite yet? Check out a new technology that is making grocery lines shorter, designer duds for $60 or less, and find out why one airline sold $5 tickets last week. 1. Toys R Us rolls out holiday Read more ...

Your Guide to Supermarket Lingo

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The average supermarket carries tens of thousands of items, so it can be hard to simply remember the name of your kids’ favorite cereal bars, let alone keep up on all of grocery store lingo flying through the aisles. Here’s a guide to some common grocery store terminology. Know these definitions, and you may even save a few dollars on your next trip through the aisles. Rain checks are vouchers Read more ...

Tips for Organizing Your Fridge and Pantry

There’s nothing worse than spending money on food and then pitching it into the trash because it got lost somewhere on the shelves or your refrigerator or pantry. It’s like throwing away your cold hard cash. Here are some tips for organizing your kitchen in an effort to cut down on waste and neglected purchases. Especially if your grocery shopping tends to be sporadic, clearly mark on the Read more ...

How to Keep Your Coupon Savings

(And not give it back to the store) We’ve all been there: You run into the store for milk and eggs, but 20 minutes (and $100) later, you walk out with three bags of groceries, including cookies, cereal and chips. All the money you were going to save with your coupons just got spent on “extras” that weren’t on your list. This is about more than impulse purchasing. It’s grocery store psychology Read more ...