I thought with the holiday gift buying season in full swing, it might be a good idea to start a thread about shopping tips. I just heard a tip about shopping at Target. The prices start out with a number ending in 9. Like 7.99. Over time they will drop the prices. If you find something that ends in a 4, that is the lowest the price will ever go, and that's the time to buy it. I myself am an online shopper. Haven't set foot in the stores in years during the month of December. So here's a few tips for the online shoppers: Amazon is a great place to buy almost anything. If you search around, you can find free "super saver shipping" on items totaling over $25. You can combine several items (with the super save shipping) to reach the $25 if needed. If you are a few dollars short, use this link to find something cheap that will make up the difference: http://www.filleritem.com/ I like to put stuff on my shopping list at Amazon, to save it. I check back periodically and wait for it to get cheaper.... then buy it. When you shop online, ALWAYS check for coupons. Say, if you are shopping Macy's, Google "macys coupons" or "Macy's promo codes" to find deals on free shipping or a percentage off the total. Some places will let you use several. I bought a bunch of fragrances from Victoria's Secret last Christmas. The items were on sale already, but I was able to combine the sale price with THREE coupons for an incredible deal! They have a lot of cute clothes there too. Not everyone will let you use multiple coupons, but most places have coupons available for online shoppers. And they work with sale items. You just type the coupon/promo code in the specified box during checkout. Anyone else have any shopping tips to add?