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The lure of free perks while traveling often leaves consumers feeling their upgrades weren't worthwhile.
Maryland and Virginia are giving shoppers a break on buying back-to-school supplies.
WTOP's Kristi King reports.
Not all pets are created equal. Or, if they are, they sure don't cost the same.
Firing up your barbecue grill costs money, but there are ways to save on those cooking costs.
In the last week, prices have spiked by 14 cents. It's an increase drivers haven't seen since February of this year, according to AAA.
What can you do when the debt collector starts harassing you?
Engaged couples normally spend dozens of hours planning their weddings, but not enough time planning their financial futures. Communication is key to knowing you and your partner are investing wisely for the future.
If you can buy it, you can haggle over it and save. Consumer Reports offers some tips how to negotiate for services and big purchases.
More than 100 D.C. residents say they thought they were getting a good deal when they signed on with third party power providers to cut their power bills. Instead, they told the D.C. Public Service Commission, they got ripped off.
There are lots of discounts for travelers who have the stomach to wait until the day of their stay to make reservations.
Credit and debit card purchases may not be as private as you think, according to a new report.
If you're on the market for a new TV, July is the perfect time to buy a high-quality set at a great price.
Depending on the type of loan, some students won't feel the pinch of doubling interest rates while others will take the hit upon graduation.
Rising beef prices will make for a heftier grocery bill as you plan for your Fourth of July cookout.
A University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute study estimates savings between $2,000 and $6,000 in total ownership costs in a three- to five-year period.
Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, and Apple are just a few companies now offering TV shows through the Internet. But, cable and satellite companies are fighting back and working to win customers with deals and promotions.
Hot and humid temperatures will rule the rest of the week, but there are ways to stay cool without running the air conditioner constantly.
The University of Richmond will offer a free education to Virginia students with family incomes at $60,000 or less beginning in the fall 2014.
Ditch the car and save big bucks. Thursday is the eighth annual Dump the Pump Day to encourage commuters to ride public transportation instead of drive.
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