Experts weigh in on ways to save and how to stop buyers remorse

<p>If you were not one of the people who braved the crowds and lines this weekend, experts say there are still ways to save money this holiday season.</p>

News 12 Staff

Nov 27, 2017, 4:58 PM

Updated 2,366 days ago

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If you were not one of the people who braved the crowds and lines this weekend, experts say there are still ways to save money this holiday season.
Experts say to shop online so shoppers can compare more prices in less time and to buy clothing on Cyber Monday when prices are low and more sizes are available.
They also say not to rush buying electronics because prices can often go down.
Lastly, expert Paul Oster a Consumer Credit counselor says the best thing shoppers can do to avoid buyer’s remorse is to set a budget in advance.
“If you spend $100 on a gift and you put it on your credit card and you don't pay it off in 30 days, very quickly that $100 becomes $110, $120, $150,” Oster says.


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