What's the best postal service for sending parcels overseas?
10 Nov 2014 |
We've reviewed five international postal services to send your Christmas parcels, and compared them for cost, ease of booking and delivery time.
A “lowest price guarantee” isn't necessarily good for your bottom line.
24 Sep 2014 |
In many cases, a lowest-price guarantee isn't actually guaranteeing the lowest price.
Do higher quotes go hand in hand with couples planning to wed?
28 Aug 2014 |
CHOICE investigates if couples planning a wedding get quoted higher prices than other consumers, for exactly the same thing.
Consumers need to look closely to get the best deal.
14 Jul 2014 |
Tricky packaging and labelling are a big part of how businesses sell products these days. Unit pricing is supposed to help you look past the marketing to compare prices and find the best value for money.
One CHOICE journalist makes her dollars go further.
2 Jul 2014 |
Want to save money while still enjoying the finer things in life? CHOICE journalist Zoya Sheftalovich is a discount queen for a week.
Check out this CHOICE guide to selling, giving or swapping.
4 Jun 2014 |
We've all got stuff we no longer want, need or use taking up space around the house. So how do you get the most of your useless junk?
Why pay the Australia tax when shopping online for clothes?
22 Apr 2014 |
Blocked from shopping at your favourite overseas online clothes store? There are ways to get around it.
We delve into the murky world of one cent or penny auctions.
15 Apr 2014 |
CHOICE looks into reports of dodgy dealings in online penny auctions, where you seemingly win items for low prices, but may end up paying more than you bargained for.
No matter the event, you’ll likely be slugged a whole lot of extra charges for tickets.
28 Mar 2014 |
We investigate the problems associated with buying tickets through agents, cinemas, and from scalpers.
Why are you charged so much when you buy your wine in a restaurant or coffee from a cafe?
26 Mar 2014 |
When you choose a bottle of wine in a restaurant you could be paying up to 250% more than if you BYO. How do restaurants justify this price hike?