When you buy something that gives a portion of the sale price to a good cause are you really donating to charity?
1 Sep 2008 |
As a consumer, cause-related marketing can be a way to make a small contribution to a cause without affecting your bottom line.
Do labour conditions in developing countries affect our purchasing decisions?
3 Jul 2008 |
In conjunction with Amnesty International, we asked 1000 Australians to reveal their buying attitudes.
There are many traps for the unwary, such as bogus sales, "blood diamonds", and overpricing.
26 May 2008 |
CHOICE’s investigation has uncovered traps for consumers when purchasing expensive jewellery.
Factory outlet centres can be a bargain hunter’s paradise but don’t let the sale signs go to your head.
18 Oct 2007 |
Forget your local Westfield: there’s a new breed of shopping centre appearing around the country.
Unit pricing helps shoppers get value for money and make better choices.
23 Mar 2007 |
Our comparison of the prices of various brands and sizes of everyday items in major supermarkets confirmed what most shoppers already know - it's hard to choose the best value.
Tempted to buy someone a foot spa or an aromatherapy diffuser for Christmas?
9 Dec 2006 |
We recently asked CHOICE subscribers to rate how useful - or not - the small electrical appliances they own are.
Low-cost deals for those who pay on time, exorbitant interest rates for those who don’t — and a warning about deals to avoid.
3 Nov 2006 |
Store credit deals are lucrative for finance companies and can be profitable for retailers too, but for consumers they’re a real mixed bag.
As much a holiday tradition as cocktails by the pool, does duty-free still offer good value?
23 Aug 2005 |
Duty-free shopping was one of the perks of travelling overseas. The introduction of GST saw a whole raft taxes phased out, so is still good value?