We’re heading into the final stretch of the holiday shopping season, but do you really need everything that’s on your Christmas list? Here are some ways to cut back expenses and make your money go further.
Hey last minute shoppers – are you planning to do some Christmas eve shopping? Avoid the malls (and high prices) with our stress-free shopping tips.
With Halloween out of the way, retail holiday season is in full swing – and that means it’s time for Canadians to pull out their wallets. The latest RBC consumer spending report shows shoppers are trying to be more frugal about gifts this year – but entertainment is still a budget killer.
One for you… one for me! A CIBC poll finds that half of Canadian shoppers can’t help but buy themselves a little something extra while holiday shopping – but those impulse buys are averaging to $130 a person!
The holiday countdown is on – but are your finances looking sadder than a Charlie Brown Christmas tree? It seems the season is full of festive money pits, but there are ways to keep your hard earned cash from sneaky spending elves.
The holidays are fast approaching, and shopping season is picking up steam. This year, more Canadians than ever are choosing to crack open those laptops and mobile devices than hit the mall – after all, nothing beats shopping in your pajamas!
Canadians may be surprised to see how much their holiday spending can add up on their credit card bills – and it’s not just on gifts. RateSupermarket.ca is looking to offset those holiday costs with the chance to win $1,100 cash, and a free $100 gift card.
The holiday’s are just around the corner – and t’is the season of overspending! Did you know Canadians spend an average of $1,100 on their holiday expenses? That’s why RateSupermarket.ca is giving away FREE $100 gift cards – and the chance to WIN free food and travel this holiday!