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Bob Niedt is an award-winning journalist who lives in Northern Virginia. Niedt has worked for online and print news organizations as a longtime writer and editor in the Washington, D.C., area as well as New York and Michigan. Niedt's journalism career includes covering breaking and in-depth financial and business news as well as entertainment, media and sports news. Niedt has also been an adjunct professor of print, online and visual journalism at Syracuse University and Ithaca College.
Aldi is rapidly expanding in the U.S. Already, the no-frills German supermarket chain has nearly 1,800 stores in 35 states offering super-low prices on brand-name knockoffs. Indeed, 90% of Aldi’s products ...
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Minimalist grocer Aldi, the German no-frills supermarket chain, builds its reputation one doubting first-time customer at a time.
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The discount retailer from Germany rolls out the bargains on groceries and more as it grows its U.S. store footprint.
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Why pay full price for popular gift cards when warehouse clubs and discount websites sell them well below face value.
You can pick up gifts, wrapping paper, holiday decor and other seasonal items on the cheap at dollar stores.
Here's a roundup of doorbusters and deals from Walmart, Costco, Best Buy, Toys R Us, Home Depot, Lowe's and Amazon.
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Look for bargains on appliances, tools and holiday decor at the home improvement chains during Black Friday sales.
The warehouse club is promising big Black Friday sales on top of its members-only prices.
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