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The right credit card can help protect you from online fraud, shoddy deals, and, of course, save you cash. Here’s our top three reasons for getting a better credit card for your 2018 Black Friday and Cyber Monday purchases.
Some of the best deals at the malls are just around the corner. This Friday is Black Friday – are you ready? Here’s your full guide on how to shop like a pro!
What are the best things to buy in November? We break down this month’s best deals and discounts, from doorbuster electronics deals to seasonal produce.
The Canadian dollar may be at an 11-year low, but that’s not stopping 2015 holiday shoppers – a recent report finds spending rose through the summer months, with no slowdown in sight.
It may only be November, but now is an important time to start saving for the holidays, if you want to get through them without debt. Here are a few ways to prioritize your spending this holiday season, and avoid going into the red.
The Canada-U.S. price gap has long been a point of contention for Canadian consumers. Now, the government is promising change – but will it really result in lower prices?
As Black Friday grows in popularity, many Canadian retailers are getting in on the action with events and sales of their own. While everyone loves steep savings, though, participating in the Black Friday madness may not always be worth its while. Here’s how to identify which items are worth braving the crowds for.
In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, RateSupermarket.ca offers their top tips for controlling your credit card, and paying down your balance.