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Why You Should Buy Holiday Gifts in the Summer

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To get the most out of your holidays, don’t get stuck in stores searching for gifts and waiting in long lines--shop now!

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5 Ways Students Can Save on Textbooks

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It’s a huge accomplishment to be accepted to college! These four (plus?) years will likely be expensive and any way to save some money can be helpful. Required textbooks can be costly, so here are five ways to help students save on the heavy financial burden of textbooks.

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It’s time to cut the strings...

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You deserve a reward with no strings attached. Members get a $100 cash reward for every new line activated with Sprint®, now on unlimited lines! Yep, it really is that simple.

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Keeping your Holiday Spending in Check

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The holiday season brings festive parties, family get-togethers and giving of gifts. Exchanging gifts is a wonderful thing to do, but it can also put a strain on your budget. Gift-giving is a major cause of overspending during the holiday season.

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Buying a Used or New Car: Things to Consider

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Taking the time to consider all the options of buying a new or used vehicle will help you have a greater understanding of the car buying process and will help ensure you are purchasing an automobile that is best suited to you.

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We’re offering a special gift this holiday season…

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We know that the holidays can be a source of stress and we want to help you through the season while paying less!

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