Month: December 2014

Christmas Shopping 2014: The Best Tech Gifts

From: Heavy.com Shopping for the best tech gifts for the holidays? Here are our top picks for Christmas 2014. Whether you’re shopping for him, for her, or for the kids, there are tons of great gift ideas to help you cross those last couple of people off your holiday shopping list.   1. GoPro Floaty Backdoor If you know someone in your life is getting a GoPro for Christmas, you can send them one of the many cool accessories for this rugged camera. If you plan to use your GoPro while surfing, swimming, diving, or sailing, you need some sort of floatation device to keep your GoPro from sinking to the murky bottom. Not only does this floaty backdoor provide flotation, but it also makes the GoPro a lot easier to spot in churning water. For GoPro users that get anywhere close to a body of water, this is kind of a must-have accessory. If your lucky giftee doesn’t normally go near the water, you might prefer the LCD Touch BacPac. Price: $10.99 (45% off) Buy it here   2. Nest Learning Thermostat While Nest itself may be kinda pricey, it basically pays for itself over time with the energy savings you get. Whoever you give this gift to you will definitely appreciate a gift that helps them save their hard-earned cash. This thermostat can be controlled from a smartphone,...

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Stocking Stuffers for your Fashionista

Here are some of the best deals on beauty products for the fashionista in your life this Christmas.  Enjoy! 36 Shimmer Jewelry Temporary Tattoos GearXS offers 36 Shimmer Jewelry Temporary Tattoos for $4.99 with free shipping. That’s tied with our mention from last week and the lowest total price we could find by $10. These tattoos are made of a waterproof material and last four to six days. $4.99 Free Shipping   Essie Nail Polish 6pm offers Essie Nail Polish in 12 shades (Coat Azure pictured) for $2.55 with free shipping. That’s the lowest price we could find for any color by $6. $2.55 Free Shipping   Bumble and bumble coupon Gilt City offers a Bumble and bumble $25 off $75 or more coupon for free. That’s a strong discount for Bumble and bumble, which sells hair care products and styling tools. Coupon must be redeemed by December 22. Some exclusions apply. Note: A code will be sent via email for this credit. $25 off $75     Ulta: 5 items for $5 Ulta offers five select items for $10. (Add five qualifying items to your cart to see this discount.) Even better, cut the price to $5 via coupon code “203627”. Plus, you’ll also receive a holiday basket for free. (Choose from a selection of four at checkout.) Shipping adds $5.95, or spend $25 or more to bag free...

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Burgh Bargains

If you live in Pittsburgh, and you go out to eat, shop, or even buy stuff, then Burgh Bargains is a must-have resource for you!  Whether you’re dining out, purchasing tickets to a show, buying a t-shirt, or making a hotel reservation, make sure you check them out first for exclusive, and fabulous,...

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Best Days for Holiday and Christmas Shopping Online

From: Money-Saving Holiday Survival Guide, REAL SIMPLE: Life Made Easier November 1 to November 11 On and around the weekends before and after Halloween, some merchants tout “early Black Friday” sales with select “door busters” (like off-brand electronics marked down by about 30 percent) aimed at early-bird shoppers. Don’t get too excited. Often these items are the sites’ standard weekly specials, rebranded to fit the holiday-shopping season, says Brad Wilson, the founder of the deal site BradsDeals.com. Make the purchase only if the item meets two criteria: It’s discounted by at least 20 percent, and you were planning to buy it anyway. Both weekends, you can find information about these sales by scanning ads in the Sunday newspapers or by checking your favorite retailers’ websites. But wait until the following Monday to make purchases online. By then competitors may have matched prices or even started a price war. November 28 to 30 Black Friday is traditionally the biggest shopping day of the season for brick-and-mortar stores—less so for online purveyors. But massive general-interest sites, such as Amazon.com, host special Black Friday events throughout the weekend, along with “lightning deals,” price reductions that are offered for a short time period (last year a $230 video camera was marked down to $110). Be vigilant about sussing out these sales (which typically appear on the home page): Discounted items are often available for only a few...

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