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    A COSTCO superfan has revealed five low-cost items at the store that are hidden gems. TikTok user Mary Allyson showed off her finds in a video that has 3.7million views. 2Costco superfan Mary Allyson has revealed five low-cost items at the big box retailer that are hidden gemsCredit: TikTok 2She found food, beauty items, and homeware for heavily reduced pricesCredit: TikTok "If u love Costco, go find these gems," Mary wrote on post revealing the best discount items right now. First up, the TikToker found a heated throw blanket that she couldn't say no to. "I was so surprised when I found this heated throw," Mary said. "And for just $29.99, this is a great deal." read more on costcoNUTRITION FACT I’m a food expert - two food products to never buy at Costco COST-LOW Costco is raising fountain soda & chicken bake prices - but 1 item will stay cheap Her next find came with a warning as the product might be highly addictive. "If you see this birthday cake granola at your Costco you have to try it...
    EVERYTHING has been getting more expensive – even some items at Costco. This is a result of high inflation, with the latest rate pegged at 8.6% for May. 1Two items in the food court area have been effected There are a few reasons why costs continue to rise so rapidly. This includes the supply failing to meet the demand, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and price gouging, which relates to corporations raising their prices well above what’s considered to be fair. Here are the items getting more expensive at Costco. Two items getting more expensive  Two food court products have shot up in price, Business Insider reports. READ MORE ON COSTCOGOOD EATS I'm a Costco expert - the two best and healthy finds this weekBANG FOR YOUR BUCK I’m a Costco superfan - six products that are must-buys As always, keep in mind exact prices could vary by location but the news outlet said that the chicken bake now costs $1 more, or 33% extra from $2.99 in June. The entrée comes with breaded chicken, bacon, cheese and Caesar dressing. The other item is soda, which has risen by 17%...
    A WALMART superfan revealed how she unearthed hidden treasures in a clearance sale that cost no more than $3. Leticia V posted a YouTube video with all her bargain finds that ranged from home and garden accessories to clothing and more. 3Walmart Super fan Leticia V shared a YouTube post showing the hidden finds she discovered in the clearance section at her locationCredit: YouTube/Leticia V She received more than 1,000 views on her clearance items finds. Here are just five items of the many she highlighted in her nine minute long video at Walmart. 1. Sports bras She started off by holding up a Jockey sports bra and said: "I want you to know, I did scan these things and they are ringing up for $3." More on savingsCOST-WOAH I live alone but love shopping at Costco - here's how I save money buying in bulkCASHING IN I’m a savings expert & recognizing 6 awful shopping habits could save you money There was a wide range and variety showcased in her post. 2. Jeans and denim jackets She then held...
    BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)- It’s been more than three months since a fire devastated a condominium community in Boulder. Some residents say they haven’t been let in to access their units which they say is making it hard for them to move on. (credit: CBS) Elif Kuzu admits she didn’t know her neighbors at the Whittier Place Condominiums well before a fire destroyed the complex in October 2021. “The one thing that this whole thing taught us is to connect more with your neighbors,” she said. (credit: CBS) Elif says they have bonded now over not being able to retrieve things that survived the blaze. She says she would love to go in and get her stuff but the homeowners association won’t let her, saying that it is too dangerous. Elif says it has turned her life upside down. “There’s a lot of precious items in a lot of tenants’ homes including ours. I mean our son passed away and there are baby pictures of him inside of there,” she said. She says they told her only a third-party restoration company...
    IT'S easy to get carried away when walking down the cleaning aisle, but it turns out you don't need a cupboard full of products after all. Just ask Kimberly Hay, 31, who owns Clean Banffshire, a cleaning company based in Aberdeenshire, who swears by just five essential items for an immaculate home. 6Kim is a professional cleaner and owner of Clean Banffshire, a cleaning company based in Aberdeenshire You don't have to spend a fortune either as Morrisons' 'Big Cleaning Event' means you can nab yourself a whole new set of cleaning supplies for as little as £5. That's right, most of Kim's must-have items are slashed to just £1 each making cleaning your home as affordable as ever. Here, Kim, from Banff, Aberdeenshire, who also runs a training course for people who want to clean professionally in their own home, reveals her top five items and why she always keeps them in her kit. 1. Method Antibacterial All Purpose Spray – Wild Rhubarb 6Kim can't live without the Method Antibacterial All Purpose SprayCredit: Morrisons ...
    Food items from soup to nuts are expected to get more expensive in 2022 as manufacturers target higher prices and consumers face increasing costs at grocery stores, multiple sources reported. Food prices nationwide are projected to increase around 5% in the first half of 2022, according to data from research firm IRI, The Wall Street Journal reported. “There’s nothing immune from price increases,” Tony Sarsam, chief executive of food retailer and distributor SpartanNash, told the WSJ. Produce, dairy and packaged food like bread and juice are some items that will see a price increase, he said. People wait in line to order at Philippe’s, a downtown Los Angeles restaurant in business since 1908 famed for its “French Dipped Sandwich” in Los Angeles, California, on December 10, 2021. (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images) Mondelez International announced it would increase prices for its cookies, candy and other snacks by 6% to 7% in the U.S. starting in January, the WSJ reported. General Mills and Campbell Soup also announced consumers should expect price hikes in January 2022. Kraft Heinz announced...
    From left to right: Kate Middleton in ASOS, Meghan Markle in Aritzia, Queen Letizia of Spain in Zara. Alex Lentati - WPA Pool/Getty Images, Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images, Paolo Blocco/WireImage/Getty Images Kate Middleton has been known to wear clothes from Zara, Gap, ASOS, and Topshop. Meghan Markle wore a J.Crew jacket in her interview with Oprah Winfrey. Queen Letizia of Spain often wears clothing from Zara. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Members of the royal family have access to countless luxury brands and designer looks, but they've also been known to wear affordable clothes from brands like Zara, H&M, and ASOS.  Kate Middleton and Queen Letizia of Spain married into their royal status, so it's possible that they still enjoy wearing outfits from stores they frequented before they were royals. And since Meghan Markle has left royal life behind, she's returned to more casual style moments. Here are 23 times royals wore items that cost less than $100.
    NBC Sports Premier League schedule Upgrade your home office with these brilliant design ideas Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Rawpixel.com / Shutterstock.com If you’ll be (safely) enjoying a Thanksgiving dinner this year, you might be facing some sticker shock at the grocery store when you go to stock up on holiday meal staples. The price of a full Thanksgiving dinner has increased by 9.2% from 2019, while the price of the main meal (ham, turkey and potatoes) has increased by 10.9%, Mintec’s 2020 Thanksgiving Dinner Index found. Take a look at the most popular Thanksgiving foods with prices that have gone up over the past year. Last updated: Nov. 23, 2020
    This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with millions of schoolchildren still learning remotely as the weather turns colder, some might benefit from a few investments in their at-home experience. The following items, all under $15, can help make distance learning more appealing to even the youngest learners. 1. New background decorations When your child is on screen all day, sprucing up their background with a wall decal or two can help keep them in school mode, especially when virtual backgrounds are prohibited by school systems. Consider shopping for a school-themed wall decal like crayons, pencils, numbers or books. A quick search on Amazon AMZN, -5.44%   or Etsy ETSY, -8.17%   pulls up dozens of choices for under $15.2. A clip-on selfie light Small selfie lights that attach to the side of a screen can help light up your child’s face and ensure the teacher can see them, too. This light is especially useful if your student is sitting in a dark room or has a light or window behind them. You’ll want to make sure it’s not...
    From left to right: Kate Middleton in ASOS, Meghan Markle in Aritzia, Queen Letizia of Spain in Zara. Alex Lentati - WPA Pool/Getty Images, Samir Hussein/WireImage/Getty Images, Paolo Blocco/WireImage/Getty Images Kate Middleton has been known to wear clothes from Zara, Gap, ASOS, and Topshop. Meghan Markle has worn looks from H&M and ASOS. Queen Letizia of Spain often wears clothing from Zara. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Members of the royal family have access to countless luxury brands and designer looks, but they've also been known to wear affordable clothes from brands like Zara, H&M, and ASOS.  Since Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle, and Queen Letizia of Spain married into their royal status, it's also possible that they still enjoy wearing outfits from stores they frequented before they were royals. Here are 22 times royals wore items that cost less than $100.
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