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These wireless headphones give Bose and Beats by Dre some major competition. Originally priced at $130, you can get these from Amazon for under $70, and that includes free shipping. These headphones offer all of the same important features as Plantronics, Bose & Beats, so if you’re looking to save money, these may be a great option over their popular rivals. Lightweight, on-ear, and great for use with TV or playing video games. These headphones have an interference-free reception which means that you can walk from room-to-room and hear clearly through walls and ceilings throughout your house.
Chromecast makes streaming from your cell phone, iPad, or laptop to your TV a breeze. As a huge Netflix, Hulu & Amazon Prime fan, it’s great to sit on the couch and use your cell phone as a remote to stream your favorite TV shows & movies. Additionally, Chromecast is excellent for watching YouTube videos in HD on your TV. Within seconds you can find a video from YouTube on your phone and have it play directly on your TV. I’ve also found Chromecast to be an excellent alternative to an Apple TV. As long as you’re using the Chrome web browser you can stream your desktop right to your TV from a Mac or PC.
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I hate subscriptions. Paying a monthly fee for anything feels like a rip-off to me, a money pit from which there is no escape.Granted, I’ve been a cable subscriber for, well, roughly as long as cable has existed. Same goes for my cell phone, though you won’t catch me getting locked into another two-year contract, no, sir.In other words, much as I loathe subscriptions, there are some I just accept as necessary evils. TV, Internet, phone, and so on.But music? No way. I’m old-school:
These days I read books mostly on an electronic device, be it a
Kindle or my smartphone. And I'm starting to make the same
transition with magazines. There's a lot to like about reading,
say, Entertainment Weekly (don't judge me!) on my iPad, not the
least of which is that it typically gets "delivered" there two days
before the print version arrives in my mailbox. If you've never
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Normally that would cost you $30. Just click the green Purchase
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for iPad. These days I read books mostly on an electronic device,
be it a Kindle or my smartphone. And I'm starting to make the same
transition with magazines.
I love books, especially e-books, which I can read on my phone,
tablet, e-reader, or even laptop. But e-book prices? Those I don't
love so much. That's why I'm always on the lookout for ways to
save. For example, the library is a great source for e-books that
don't cost a dime, but the selection tends to be limited, and often
you have to wait a long time for popular titles. That's why I'm
gobbling up Oyster, an e-book subscription service that works a lot
like Netflix: pay a flat monthly rate for unlimited access to a
large e-book library. How large? Oyster boasts a catalog of over
100,000 titles across categories ranging from business and
biography to science fiction and true crime. You'll find authors
like Pearl S. I love books, especially e-books, which I can read on
my phone, tablet, e-reader, or even laptop. But e-book prices?
Those I don't love so much. That's why I'm always on the lookout
for ways to save.
If you're anything like me, you've got shelves (or boxes) packed
with books you've already read and don't necessarily want
anymore.You could donate them or try to sell them in your next
garage sale, sure, but why not swap them for newer books you do
want?That's the idea behind PaperBackSwap.com, a kind of
matchmaking service for book lovers.Â It works like this:
After signing up for an account, you enter all the books you have
available for trade. If another user wants your book, you'll get an
e-mail requesting it. From there you can print a mailing label or "
wrapper" (including postage if you want, or you can add your
own).Every time you mail out a book, you earn a credit. Every time
you "buy" a book, a credit is deducted.
Photo courtesy of Roger Price, via FlickrEvery year, Duke University’s Center for the Study of the Public Domain celebrates “Public Domain Day.” This is the day– January 1st, to be precise– when works officially pass into the public domain. This means that old movies, books, TV shows, cartoon characters, and other works of art will officially become free to download, watch, share, alter, distribute, and otherwise enjoy. Unfortunately, this year’s Public Domain
Last week we blogged about the best times to buy anything from airline tickets to wrapping paper and just about everything in between. This week we offer a visual breakdown of the best times to save on various categories, be it apparel and accessories or travel and gear. Check out the cool infographic to see when people are saving the most money: Of course the holiday season, starting with back-to-school promotions in September, shows a noticeable spike in saving activity (which probably
Like making your own music? Then you'll really enjoy our music deals for instruments and equipment so you can rock out and rock on in style. We've got music coupons for Music 123, Guitar Center, Sam Ash, Musician's Friend and more. So before you buy that brand new Fender or Gibson guitar, Korg keyboard or Zildjian drum kit, snag yourself a music coupon from Savings.com and tune the volume up to 11.