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    TARGET is a treasure trove of good deals, but sometimes other stores beat their prices. It turns out, you don't actually have to leave Target to get the best deal on an item. 3Target is a favorite store by many but it doesn't always have the lowest price on certain itemsCredit: Getty 3One Targe fan named Niya Esperanza shared a tip that means you won't have to shop anywhere elseCredit: TikTok A Target superfan named Niya Esperanza shared what she called a "life-changing" shopping secret for the popular store. In a video, she said: "Here's my number one Target hack that I just learned... "I'm not sure if I'm late to the party and everybody has been doing it their whole life and I'm just like dumb or if this cashier was being very nice to me the other day..." Esperanza then explains that while she was buying headphones at Target, the cashier told her to look them up online and see if they were cheaper at any other stores. Read more Target secretsBULLSEYE...
    COSTCO shoppers love the store's low prices, but they can save even more by paying attention to the price tags. Before you buy a bulk box of your favorite cereal, take a look at the price to see if it ends in .97. 1Costco members love the affordable prices and big portions If the price of an item ends in 97 cents it's been marked down, meaning extra savings. Prices that end in .88 or .00 are often returned or display items that have a special manager's discount, reports Best Life. Also, be on the lookout for any price tags with an asterisk. That means the item won't be restoked so make sure you buy it while you can. This isn't the only way to save some extra cash at Costco. Read more on CostcoTROLLEY DASH Six Costco secrets to know before you shop – from price codes to store layoutINSIDE INFO I'm a Costco super-fan and here are three secrets Superfans say the farther you walk into the store, the better the deals you...
    SOME deals can be hard to spot. To help, a shopping secrets hunter who goes by the name Super Unsexy on TikTok has shared a couple of tips. 1Walmart has over 4,742 stores nationwideCredit: Getty This money-saving expert has tons of videos where he finds the best deals for his over 102,000 TikTok followers.  In most of his videos, he shares 10-second tips on how to find low prices for everyday items. The shopping hunter revealed that in order to find cheap gets at Walmart, you may need to do some digging. This typically involves him grabbing a chair to reach the top shelf for all the extra low-priced items - and then checking the app. Read More on DealsSAVVY SHOPPING I'm a money-saving expert - here's how to get six items under $3 at WalmartSHOPPING HACK I’m a money expert - Here's an online shopping trick to save you up to 50% Additionally, the chair used to grab the deals may also be on sale. 1. Pots The first hidden deal he shared in the video were pots that...
    LOWE'S is one of the best places to shop for deals on appliances, furniture and any other home improvement projects, and this hack can save you even more. Artist and TikToker Sam Annable shared with his over 10,000 followers simple steps to save tons of money, including this particular tip. 1There are over 2,000 Lowe's stores between the US and Canada Sam, who goes by unchartedcustoms on TikTok, explains that by heading to the paints and stains section, you may see items for up to 80% off. He shares that at most stores, there will be a shelf of paints and stains that have been improperly mixed that Lowe's will then sell at a huge discount - up to 80% off. Here are five more tips and tricks that will keep money in your wallet. 1. Perennial plants If properly cared for, most plants have a long life. Read More on SavingsINSIDER DEALS I used to work at Target - four shopping secrets to save cashSAVINGS FOR SENIORS How to get 10% off your meals - from McDonald’s to Outback...
    MANY people love TK Maxx for its bargains and a former worker has revealed that the labels have a secret code on them that indicates if you are nabbing a good deal. A new Channel 5 documentary lifts the lid on the “off price retailer”, including what to look out for on tags. 5Channel 5's TK Maxx: How do they do it? lifts the lid on the 'off price retailer'Credit: Alamy 5There are secret codes on labels which tell you if you are getting a good bargain - with two being the key number to look out forCredit: Channel 5 Former senior merchandiser Daniel Baker says on TK Maxx: How do they do it?, which airs on Sunday, that you should look out for a single number on labels. He explained: “On any label, you can see a number. “The number that is really exciting to a customer is number two because that means it’s genuine stock that was sold at a higher price somewhere else. “It’s excess stock or something like that. More on TK MaxxLOVE EGG I loved...
    HAVE you ever ordered a coffee from a fancy shop - only for it to look too good to drink? Well, you're not alone. 3A barista, who works at @thecoffeebarbrum in Birmingham, has revealed the secret behind achieving the perfect coffee foam art every timeCredit: tiktok 3There's no need to fork out going to a fancy shop to get your morning caffeine fix, because you can recreate a fun latte at homeCredit: tiktok After all, there's nothing quite like tucking into a creamy latte complete with heart or swan foam detail on top. The only problem is, the hefty price tag means it can cost up to a tenth more than it would if you were to make your own at home. But now you can do just that, thanks to a barista who has revealed how she achieves a fun coffee art design in a matter of seconds. In a short clip shared to TikTok, an employee who works at @thecoffeebarbrum in Birmingham, can be seen placing a piece of labelled cardboard on top of a glass....
    A SECRET Walmart savings hack will always give you the lowest prices on many items. To access this secret hack, all you need is your phone. 2Items like these can be sold cheaper onlineCredit: Getty Images Walmart customers may notice the price discrepancies between online and in-store prices. It's easy to find daily promotions but you may not see the same deal in-store for the item you saw online, according to this website. This tactic is used to attract customers to see all the savings and deals they could take advantage of for their favorite items. Online retailers update their prices more frequently than the physical location but this slight overlooking could be used for the customer's benefit. Read More In Money INSIDER TIP I’m a Walmart employee & my simple trick will get you discounted meals at deliBARGAIN HUNT You've been shopping at Aldi wrong - here are five ways to save If a customer does see a different price online than what's shown in-store all they have to do is show a Walmart...
    A STARBUCKS employee has become everyone's hero after posting the secret to getting half-price ice lattes every time. Apparently, you can order a doppio espresso on ice and then add the milk yourself for a $1.95 ice latte, Eat This reported. 1Starbucks employees took to Reddit to share secrets about the coffee spot The former employee posted on Reddit to share cheaper ways to enjoy your favorite drinks at Starbucks. The user under the name u/jadium said "An iced venti latte is ~$4, a doppio (two espresso shots) is $1.95, and a cup of ice with two add shots is $1.20." "Because you can add as much cold milk as you want from the condiment bar (that island full of sugar packets and carafes) to whatever you're drinking, you can ALWAYS ask for an iced venti doppio, pay $1.95 then add the milk yourself. Half price lattes." The user went on to say they often gave away free drinks to officers in uniform and also teachers. read more in lifestylePAINT PROBLEMS DIY fan reveals easy hack to avoid mess when...
    YOUR Echo device can tip you off to deals on Amazon long before they're available. The retail behemoth's virtual assistant, Alexa, will now list upcoming price drops 24 hours in advance. 1Amazon's Alexa virtual assistant can now tip you off to online dealsCredit: Alamy The skill was introduced on Thursday, one of a number of additions that Amazon says make shopping with its digital helper easier. According to the company, Alexa will notify Prime members when eligible products in their wish list or shopping cart are on sale. The artificial intelligence software will also flag price cuts on items they've marked as "saved for later". That's the section of your Amazon account where you earmark items that you want to buy in future. Read more about AmazonTRICKY Common iPhone trick to upgrade your handset might not be safe, Apple chief warns When the feature is enabled, you’ll see the Yellow Ring light or a pop-up notification on your Echo device. To learn more, just ask, “Alexa, what are my notifications?” You can then ask Alexa to order the items when...
    MORE than 40million Americans head to Aldi each month for affordable prices on a wide selection of groceries. But despite Aldi's popularity, many shoppers don't know about the color-coding system Aldi uses for price tags. [email protected] showed how to tell what Aldi products are available for a limited time TikToker Queenie Tan, who goes by the name InvestingWithQueenie, has explained how to spot items that won't be on shelves for long. A yellow tag with black text means the listed product is a core item at Aldi. These products will be restocked regularly and the price won't change much over time. But yellow tags with red text indicate that the product is only available for a limited time, Queenie explains. READ MORE SHOPPING TIPSTAKE STOCK I work at Costco - the asterisks on price labels are a huge warning to customersBARGAIN HUNT Target's raincheck policy means you can get the sale price for longer A commenter also added that if you see a small "D" handwritten on a price tag, the product is about...
    SHOPPERS might overhear Target employees using strange phrases and wish they knew the inside lingo. Here is a look into the secret language of Target employees. 1The Target vernacular includes terms like 'clopen,' 'race track' and 'zoning'Credit: Getty Many Target employees or "team members" hate when they have to do a "clopen," Mental Floss reported. This refers to an annoying situation where employees have a closing shift and then open the store the next morning. "I'd (like to) get rid of the clopen shifts" former Target employee Adam told Mental Floss. The Target "race track" is the main pathway that circles the store. "One main aisle circles the store, with additional aisles running through the center and the perimeters, allowing for more space to display product," the store's website says. Read more Target storiesHIT THE TARGET I fell in love chatting with Target support but people worry he'll be firedSALE AWAY The top right corner on Target price tags give a clue WHEN to buy on clearance "Reshop" is any merchandise that is out of place and needing...
    A SAVVY shopping trick at Walmart could save you up to 50% on certain items - and it's by simply scanning the barcode in store. Tiktok user Nathan Kennedy, who teaches his followers about money, recently shared the Walmart hack for your next shopping trip. 1Tiktok user Nathan Kennedy teaches his followers about moneyCredit: TikTok/@newmoneynate Walmart has always promised to its shoppers that if the price of a product is cheaper online, the store will allow you to purchase the product at the online price. This is not an unusual policy, and it is actually one that most stores have. However, Nathan recently discovered that Walmart's online prices and in-store prices vary tremendously, and people can actually save quite a bit of cash. By downloading the Walmart app, you will be able to scan products in the store with your phone and directly compare in-store prices to online prices. Nathan found that an espresso maker was $179 in-store. But, when he looked up the online price, it was $99. This amounted to a savings of almost 50%. Most...
    A TRIP to Costco doesn't necessarily mean you're getting a discount because you're buying in bulk. It pays to look closely to the prices to make sure you're getting the best discount. 2Prices ending in $0.99 means it is regularly priced 2BudgetBroJoe says prices ending in $0.99 but with an asterisk in the top right corner mean Costco won't be adding more of that item to its inventory BudgetBroJoe, a TikTok influencer who shares personal finance tips on social media, shared the inside scoop at secret Costco pricing. He said if a price ends in $0.99, it is a regularly priced item. Now, if something is regularly priced but has an asterisk, at the top right of the card, he said this means Costco won't be adding more of that item to its inventory. If there is a price tag with an asterisk and a discount, he said when in doubt you can still purchase it and return it if you don't like it. Price tags with an asterisk but end in $0.97 means it has been discounted. Plus, the...
    VERY LITTLE is better than buying something you want from your favorite store and getting it for a steep discount.  A woman who claimed to be a former Victoria’s Secret employee revealed just how you can do that by scoring the best deals at the brand’s Semi-Annual Sale. 4A woman who said she previously worked at Victoria's Secret shared her secret to the brand's beloved Semi-Annual SaleCredit: TikTok 4She claimed there's a way to ensure you get the best deals during the sale “When I worked [at Victoria’s Secret], all the employees would do this and I would tell all my girlfriends to do this as well,” Alexis Virrey stated in a video posted to her TikTok page. “The first day [of the Semi-Annual Sale], it’s usually 50 percent off, goes down to 75, and then 90 [percent off],” she explained. “So on the first day, buy everything that you want, save your receipt, and do a price adjustment,” she instructed, noting that you have 14 days to make an adjustment. “On the 14th day, usually you’ll get prices for...
    EVERYONE loves a good TJMaxx run – you can get everything from home items to nice shoes for super cheap. Even the designer brands they sell come with a reasonable discount. 4A woman has claimed she discovered a luxury brand dress in the clearance section of TJMaxxCredit: TikTok/GorJesBoutique 4The dress was Alice + Olivia and retailed originally at $595Credit: TikTok/GorJesBoutique Unfortunately, a woman, who works as a reseller of luxury items, claimed someone tried to bamboozle shoppers. "I don't care who you are but as a consumer, we all need to know this," she began in her video. "I was just browsing the clearance section at TJMaxx when I found this beautiful dress. "Alice + Olivia is a high-end brand and according to the tag on this dress, this retailed for $595. "TJMaxx originally priced this at $149.99 and it was clearance!" She then claimed that as a huge fan of the brand, she knew the dress was not something they'd design. Most read in Lifestyle'REALLY CARES' Kate Middleton reveals VERY personal Xmas gift she gave Queen...
    CNN host Don Lemon has been mocked for his crowing about Joe Biden reducing the price of gas - as analysts pointed out that the host was serenading the president over a five cent drop in the price per gallon. 'Big economic relief for millions of Americans who have been dealing with soaring energy prices,' declared Lemon on Tuesday night. 'The price at the pump is finally easing up.' He pointed to AAA figures showing the price per gallon of $3.35, down from $3.39 last week and $3.42 last month. The price was, he said, the lowest since October - and then broke into song, trilling: 'Laaaaa!' CNN's Don Lemon on Tuesday night was very excited about a gas price drop of five cent per gallon State-run media: CNN's Don Lemon does the White House's bidding by praising the price of gas falling just 5 cents. This is what the Biden administration wanted when they brought in media outlets to tell them how to spin the numbers. pic.twitter.com/q5aTak5rfx— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) December 8, 2021 Motorists have been suffering for months,...
    An MSNBC host has sparked outrage after she claimed that Americans saved money during lockdown so should be able to afford expensive groceries - even as the Labor Department reports biggest increase in the cost of living in three decades.  'The dirty little secret here, Willie, while nobody likes to pay more, on average, we have the money to do so,' MSNBC business correspondent Stephanie Ruhel told anchor Willie Geist on NBC. 'Household savings hit a record high over the pandemic, we didn't really have anywhere to go out and spend,' she added.  Just in October, the Department of Labor reported a 6.2 percent increase in the consumer price index - the largest annual increase since 1990 - as the nation's top economists point to the country's supply-chain shortages and businesses struggling to meet the demand from COVID shutdowns as the reason for the rise in prices.   Rahul argued that retail prices and market values going up are proof that while the current inflation is 'challenging,' Americans are complaining about something that could promptly be fixed.  Twitter users, however, pointed...
    IF you're waiting on Costco deals for Black Friday, a TikToker has revealed a savvy trick that gives you early access. Just today, Costco kicked off its pre-holiday savings event that will be available up until November 14. 2Shoppers might be able to take advantage of Costco's price adjustment policyCredit: TikTok 2You can get the difference on a gift card if an item purchased goes on sale within 30-daysCredit: TikTok Currently, there are various items that Costco has on sale including a Sur La Table 13 qt Air Fryer, which is available for $40 off at $79.99. But more sales events at Costco will continue as the month goes on including Black Friday deals, which start on November 26. If you find yourself waiting impatiently for that item and you fear it might sell out quickly – it might make sense to buy the item today.  TikTok user Erika Kullberg has laid out a strategy you can use to your advantage in a 24-second video clip on Sunday.  In the video, Mrs Kullberg plays two characters: one portrays an eager customer that wants a computer...
    Peter ThielAdam Jeffery | CNBC Peter Thiel, the co-founder of PayPal and Palantir, has said he feels like he's underinvested in bitcoin as the world's most popular cryptocurrency climbed to an all time high of just over $66,000 per coin. Speaking at an evening event in Miami on Wednesday, just hours after bitcoin hit a new record price, Thiel reportedly joked that "you're supposed to just buy bitcoin" before adding "I feel like I've been underinvested in it." His comments, which were reported by Bloomberg, came after several other billionaires including Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey have shown support for the cryptocurrency. Bitcoin's price has been incredibly volatile over the last few years and many have warned that it presents a big risk to investors. Thiel went on to say that his only hesitation when it comes to investing in bitcoin was that he thought "the secret was already known by everybody," according to Bloomberg. "I think the answers are still to go long" on bitcoin, Thiel added, before saying "maybe it still is enough of...
    (CNN Business)Apple's new iPhone 13 and 13 Pro lineup features all of the predictable upgrades: faster performance, longer lasting battery life, better screen and new colors.But the biggest -- and arguably only -- surprise with the lineup this year isn't something found inside a device: the pricing.Apple (AAPL) kept its iPhone prices mostly in line with last year's models, despite rumors they'd be priced higher than ever because of current issues with the chip supply chain. Massive discounts and trade-in offers from US carriers, in some cases amounting to a free device, are available. And the company continues to offer iPhones at a wide range of price points to appeal to more customers, with or without any groundbreaking new features or design changes this year."Apple has become the king of the 'good, better, best' portfolio with a phone at every relevant price point, particularly given it typically keeps older models in its line-up for those that don't want to pay four figures for the latest and greatest new devices," said Ben Wood, chief analyst of market research firm CCS Insight....
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