The holiday sales rush is thisclose and chances are you will be tempted to buy a new television with retailers expected to slash prices on several big-screen models. But even with the holiday discounts, there are other ways to ensure that you save money while buying a new set. In fact, I have five ways whether you’re buying a new TV during the holidays or any time. Continue reading “How to Save Money Buying a New TV”
Are you ready to buy a new TV today during Amazon’s Prime Day sale? Well, before you do, you might want to read this story about extended warranties, which Amazon calls ‘protection plans.’
Continue reading “Buying a Prime Day TV? 5 Reasons to Avoid the Extended Warranty”
Amazon tomorrow (October 13) will kick off its annual two-day Prime Day sale with discounts on thousands of products, including televisions.
Continue reading “Amazon Prime Day: Is It Safe to Buy a TV Online?”
Whether it’s a high-def or 4K version, the Blu-ray disc offers the best picture in the world, better than anything you will see on streaming. But with brilliance sometimes comes trouble and the Blu-ray disc is no exception.
Buying a movie from the Criterion Collection is like getting a free semester at an elite film school.
Wait a minute. What’s that? You’ve never heard of the Criterion Collection?! Take a seat, boys and girls, and get ready to learn.
The next time you’re at the grocery or convenience store, take a look around. If you see a big red box that looks like a soda machine, it may actually be a movie machine filled with the latest releases at very affordable rental prices.
The Redbox kiosk, which can now be found in more than 41,500 locations across the country, has become the go-to service for disc renters thanks to the video store’s demise. Although many Americans now opt to rent movies via streaming or pay TV’s On Demand service, videophiles still prefer discs, particularly Blu-ray discs, saying they deliver the best picture.