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Amazon is often our go-to place for buying things online, but the best deals aren’t always obvious. There are several ways you can save quite a bit of money when shopping on Amazon, but only if you utilize the right programs and strategies.

Via Lifehacker

Since Costco came on the scene in 1983, it has grown into the largest membership warehouse club chain in the U.S. A new business documentary by CNBC profiles the retailer and the consumer “craze” it’s ignited.

Full story at The Huffington Post

If you ever want to start a conversation at a party, try asking this question: What are the best and worst deals at Trader Joe’s? It’s only slightly less controversial than health care reform.

Navigated from Eating Well

Target already is known for offering a good value on a lot of merchandise, but imagine saving even more just by shopping on the right day, when the store happens to have what you want on clearance.

Via Lifehacker

Like it or not, the time for retailers to adopt a mobile shopping strategy is over. Shoppers are using smart phones and mobile devices for all manner of shopping activities, including price comparison, product information, local inventory lookup, reviews and social opinion, and more.

Via Milo

Ski slopes. Wave pools. Chapels. Gondolas. If you don’t like to shop, no problem. The coolest malls offer much more than just stores.

America, with its endless suburban sprawl and love of food courts, is mall country. But it’s no longer home to a single one of the ten biggest malls in the world, according to the latest statistics from building data provider Emporis. These days, nine of the 10 biggest malls in the world are located in Asia, and the two biggest are in China.

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