First money-saving tip: use your library card for free access to Consumer Reports! (Only accessible through this website). Also check out the general Web resources and the Money and Investing section for related info.
- = Library Card Required
- = Free Website
- = In-Library Use Only
- Consumer Reports Online
The full site: thousands of reviews, articles, and product overviews, free to patrons of the Brooks Memorial Library.
- Consumer Search
Free online source that's a nice supplement to Consumer Reports. "Product-review editors pick the best electronics, appliances and services by comparing professional product reviews (like the ones you’d find at Consumer Reports or CNET) with consumer reviews (like those at Amazon.com and Epinions) to separate the top-rated from the duds."
- Get Human
Get a real human on the phone! People post best numbers and strategies for negotiating the phone systems of many businesses and organizations. Very handy.