Published August 29, 2014
The Labor Day holiday weekend travel stampede started Thursday with millions of Americans hitting the road.
AAA says just under 35 million of us will journey 50 miles or more from home, which is the largest number of travelers over the Labor Day weekend since 2008. Almost 30 million of those road warriors will celebrate the end of summer driving.
Gas prices are lower than other Labor Day holidays. It cost $3.83 per gallon in 2012, $3.59 in 2013, and this year AAA says the price per gallon could hit a four-year low.
You might use the money you save at the pump to buy Apple's latest and greatest gadgets after they're unveiled September 9th.
Tech fans are predicting a new wearable health monitoring device, as well as two new larger iPhones; one with a 4.7 inch screen, the other with a 5.5 inch viewer.
It appears your teenagers are ditching clothes with logos, so once hot-now-not Abercrombie & Fitch says its Hollister and namesake brands will eliminate logo attire from their U.S. stores next spring. Sales at both brands are down as teens choose cheaper, easier to discard clothes without the status symbol screaming logos.