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You Can Now Buy Tires on Amazon and Have Them Installed at Sears

According to Sears spokesperson, the way this new partnership will work is that customers can first select the tires they want from Amazon. Then, as part of the checkout process, users can choose to have the tires shipped to a nearby Sears Auto location and schedule an appointment.

Delta Now Allows You to Cash Out Miles for Gift Cards

I have a weird relationship with frequent flier miles. The main problem is that airlines seem to have a much different definition of "frequent flier" than I do. As a result, my few flights a year — even if those flights take me around the world — don't do much in the way of getting me the status I so crave.

This Deal Makes Splurging on Summer Concert Tickets More Affordable

If you're like me and love live music but hate spending a fortune to go see it, this latest Live Nation promotion really does sound like a good deal. At the same time, I'm personally bracing for heartbreak as it's unclear how many tickets will be made available or if the venues in my area will be participating.

A Financial Education: Student Finance and Why #FinHealthMatters 7

There's no question that student loan debt has been a major problem for the Millennial generation and beyond. While much has been made about the loans themselves, it's also important to focus on what students should be learning about personal finance and why #FinHealthMatters.

Plenti Announces It's Ending This Summer — Use Your Points Now!

To take advantage of your Plenti savings before they disappear, you have a few different options. At stores like Macy's, just inform the cashier that you have your Plenti card and then you'll be asked to swipe it.

“Writing the Damn Book” Review

Nearly three years ago this month, I officially completed my first book The E-Ticket Life. What started with sporadic and, for lack of a better term, unfocused writing sessions had become more structured in the weeks leading up that magical moment, enabling me to cross that finish line. Of course, establishing that...