WTOP Saves You Money
WTOP Saves You Money
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A fee for this and a fee for that and suddenly your discount airline ticket doesn't look like much of a bargain. Here are tips to avoid paying any more than you have to pay.
A November spike in the local price of gasoline has many Washington-area residents complaining about the pain at the pump.
This year many stores are choosing to throw open their doors to shoppers on Thanksgiving Day, so WTOP has put together this list of which ones will be open and when.
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Retailers expect shoppers to spend only if they are able to get big discounts
This year, you can start reading that list and checking it twice a bit early.
Being a procrastinator might pay off handsomely for you this Thanksgiving holiday.
There are ways to save money when flying this holiday season.
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The flights will go to four or JetBlue's five nonstop locations: Boston; Fort Lauderdale; Orlando; and Tampa.
From store decorations to door buster deals, the nation's retailers are getting a big head start on Black Friday.
There might be a way to view your favorite live sports games without the hefty cable or satellite TV bill.
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Food shopping can eat more of the budget than some people realize, but there are sneaky ways to save.
Prices at the D.C. metro area's two largest food chains are about the same, but they're higher than most other chains, according to an independent evaluation from a local nonprofit group.
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