This holiday shopping season may turn some traditional wisdom on its ear. For one thing, you may be able to find the best deals by actually going to the store rather than shopping online.
When Holly Cassiano received a memo stating she was required to open up the Sears Hometown Store she owns at 7 p.m. Thanksgiving Day, she says she knew she had to take a stand.
Go ahead call me a Scrooge. You wouldn’t be the first. But just cannot imagine standing in line for hours to buy gifts in the middle of the night. Never mind camping out for Black Friday.
Be sure to check out this year’s small business saturday at your local bookstores.
This holiday shopping season may prove to be disappointing for retailers.
Retailers continue to push the envelope when it comes to opening up on Thanksgiving Day.
While many other consumers will simply avoid holiday crowds at shopping malls or even wait until Cyber Monday, retail stores across the nation will be buzzing with activity on the day after Thanksgiving. The following are five of the best American cities for Black Friday deals.
What sold big over 2013 and is sure to sell big in the last month of the year? If you are looking for a great gift, or just a fun item for yourself, here are some great choices.
Forget spending your Thanksgiving searching through the newspaper for the best bargains and deals. Download one of these free apps and use your smartphone to guide you to all the savings.
Macy’s is opening its doors on Thanksgiving night for the first time in its 155-year history. The retailer says it’s trying to keep up with rival stores. How do you feel about retailers opening on Thanksgiving night?