Motorists continue to see sharply lower prices at the pumps in New Jersey.
If you resolved to spend less and save more in the new year, you may want to look at your morning routine. As we told you earlier this week coffee prices are expected to rise in 2015, but 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan offers some ways to trim costs without killing the caffeine buzz.
From hamburgers to that cup of coffee you drink in the morning, get ready to spend more money on some popular items this year. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at what’s expected to be more expensive in 2015.
The cost of six geese-a-laying spiked considerably this year, while most of the items in the carol “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” saw little to no increase, according to the 31st annual PNC Wealth Management Christmas Price Index.
The chairman of the Liquor Control Board is tamping down speculation that the LCB is poised to take action that could raise booze prices in Pennsylvania.
Together they’ve merged to become the largest airline in the world, but as American Airlines and U.S. Airways slowly combine forces, passengers could be paying more than they have to!
Starbucks is raising prices on some of its drinks by 5 cents to 20 cents starting next week, and customers can soon expect to pay $1 more for the packaged coffee.
Chipotle is feeling confident that customers are willing to pay more for its burritos, bowls and tacos.
The trip to the grocery store has gotten a lot more expensive, especially when you head down the meat aisle.
Buying a car has come a long way from Henry Ford’s famous statement that a customer could have any color desired, as long as it was black.
Rates are slated to rise 17.5% over three years – significantly lower than the department’s original rates request of 28.5% over four years.
On Friday afternoon, Governor Chris Christie announced that the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has issued subpoenas to 65 businesses across the state for Sandy-related price gouging.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that in the near future, you may be offered a custom price for some of your favorite foods, and the secret to these savings is a swipe of your loyalty card.
The How Many? app calculates how much an item costs in terms of the number of hours you’ll have to work to pay for it.
Could be a “rocky road” for ice-cream lovers this summer. All thanks to a shortage in the vanilla crop by two of the world’s major suppliers, the price of vanilla has gone up considerably in the past couple months.