Target and Neiman Marcus stores teamed up to produce a line of holiday luxury products from designers like Tory Burch, Marc Jacobs and Diane Von Fursternberg.
The relatively high priced line was not as popular as the retailers anticipated, so most of it is now on clearance at 70 percent off original prices. For example, picture frames that were $50 are now about $15. There are also designer handbags, dresses, accessories and gifts priced at 70 percent off original prices.
Those who have a Target Red Card also get free shipping and another five percent off. Most of the same items are available at identical prices on NeimanMarcus.com
Along the higher end, Saks Fifth Avenue is having its annual consolidation sale, with some items priced at 70 percent off of retail. Shoppers can browse in stores or online.
The sale just started Friday, January 11th.
Barney's New York is having its annual winter clearance sale with clothing and accessories marked up to 75 percent off.
The items are available at Barneys.com, and shoppers can search in order of least to most expensive.
Some of the sale items include Christmas Ornaments for $5 that were originally $18.
If your child has a Leapfrog Leapster, check out the big sale at leapfrog.com. Game cartridges that are normally $25 are on sale for $4.97 in the Last Chance Sale.
There are about ten to choose from. They will only work with the Leapster or Leapster2 handheld game.
The lowest priced flu vaccines we could find in metro Atlanta were at Costco for $16.99.
A Costco membership is not required for those who are only using the pharmacy.
If you do get the flu and your doctor prescribes Tamiflu, it could cost more than $100 depending on your insurance.
There is a coupon on Tamiflu.com for $10 off.