A bicycle is no small purchase. A good bike is not only expensive but can also be hard to choose, as you need to consider everything from style to frame size to use case. It’s up to you to do some research on the type of bike you want or the best bike for kids on your shopping list, but when it comes to finding the best bicycle prices, you’re already looking in the right place. Because Amazon Prime Day bike deals can help you save dozens or even hundreds of dollars off a bike purchase, so now is the time to get in gear and buy that bike you’ve been eyeing all year. (They also have lots of great sales on cycling accessories, so don’t stop with the cycle alone.)
Tulum, with its white sand beaches and turquoise waves, has long been a popular vacation destination. Now, with the help of a new Facebook group, Black in Tulum, Black people in America are traveling to the Mexican city in droves. Seeking short or longer term reprieves from the current state of affairs, Black travelers are leveraging the community to build connections, seek recommendations, and share experiences of their time in the city.
Black in Tulum ballooned from 25 members to 3,000 in just a couple of months this past summer, and it’s not the only Facebook community for Black travelers that provides resources and information to help assist with transitions from America to other countries. The group’s founder Nubia Younge is also the co-founder of another group called Blaxit Tribe—Black Americans Who Want to Exit the US & Move Abroad, which boasts more than 7,000
Coupons have come a long way over the decades, and with so many digital options available at your fingertips these days, it’s easier than ever to score a deal and save money every time you shop both in-store and online. This may explain why Americans are still crazy for coupons.
According to a 2017 research report from Hawk Incentives, a company that offers rewards and incentive solutions, 97% of consumers look for a deal when they shop and 40% feel like they are leaving money on the table if they don’t use a coupon.
“I think of coupons as free money and one of the smartest ways to save,” says Jeanette Pavini, savings expert at JeanettePavini.com, a money-saving site. “Using digital coupons makes it easy to access savings at any time of day. If it takes you a few minutes to save several dollars, it’s well worth your time.”