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Financial Management

Ego Based Bartering For Deals Already There

It’s not uncommon for a lot of people to try and haggle down a price of an item to try and get the best value for your dollar. However, imagine a situation where the deal is already priced into the product accordingly, but the customer still feels it’s not a deal even if it’s priced […]

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Financial Management

Avoiding Imperfect Total Purchase Discounts

For one store I noticed that they frequently give out coupons where if you spend $50 they will in-turn give you $20 back worth of points. Usually in these cases I would literally have to find fillers in order to reach the threshold to take advantage of the offer. That’s where at times I can […]

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Financial Management

Pushing For Deals That Are Too Good or Not

There are a lot of undiscovered sales in supermarkets usually where the price of the item is so cheap that you have to assume it is an error of sort. For example, bags of candy that normally cost two dollars ring up for maybe two cents. Usually though this can be a result of the […]

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Financial Management

Good To Get Upset When You See A Better Deal So Soon

The other day I bought two bags of avocado for my mom where it seemed like it was a great deal. After coupons and all it worked out to be about $2 a bag which is good considering about $5 a bag is the general normal price. Then I recently saw an ad on how […]

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Financial Management

Same Deals Different Store Oversight For Boxing Day

Today was boxing day where I didn’t really have anything in mind to purchase but was curious to see what it was like. The crowds seemed fairly tame compared to the years before the pandemic still. But one thing that got me thinking was how a lot of stores had the same deals for items […]

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Financial Management

Finding Deals for Others To Prevent Unnecessary Purchases

I often find that whenever there is a sale of sort people are tempted to buy it because it just feels like you are doing something wasteful by not taking advantage of it. In some circumstances It is true such as seeing a $1000 item go on sale for $10. Like there I would say […]

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