Christmas Shopping

People walk along Boylston Street in Boston during Monday's storm. (CBS)

Retailers Not Too Worried About Post-Christmas Storm

The storm over the last two days kept many would-be shoppers home, and froze out spectacular day-after-Christmas sales that typically boost retailers going into the New Year.

12/28/2010

Gary Lapierre

I Lost One OF MY Ho, Ho, Ho’s.

After my final schlep to a Mall today, I was planning to sit down at the computer and post a brief “Thank You” and “Merry Christmas to all” It’ll have to wait until tomorrow…I lost a “Ho.”

12/23/2010

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Expert: Don’t Wait. If It’s On Sale Now, Buy It

According to the National Retail Federation, 87 percent of holiday shoppers say they won’t buy a gift this year unless it is on sale.

11/30/2010

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Boston Business Journal: Facebook & Holiday Sales

The holiday shopping season is well underway. Businesses are looking to draw customers in any way they can. Many are pitching deals on Facebook.

11/30/2010

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Shoppers Hunt For Cyber Monday Bargains

On the first day of the online shopping season, the words “Cyber Monday” are music to retailers’ ears.

11/29/2010

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10 Tips To Getting Best Black Friday Deals

According to consumer expert Edgar Dworsky, “many of the so-called ‘doorbusters’ are not worth getting up for at 3am.”

11/25/2010

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Christmas Shopping: Humbug Versus Ho, Ho, Ho!

A Poll conducted by Suffolk University finds a large number of consumers in Massachusetts don’t plan to spend any more than they did last year.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–11/22/2010

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Curious Why Christmas Season Starts So Early

“Every year the stores start putting out Christmas decorations earlier and earlier. Can’t we enjoy one holiday at a time?”

11/09/2010

(CBS)

Christmas Sales Coming Early This Year?

Right next to the shelves of Halloween costumes and candy, are aisles of Christmas trees, decorations and wrapping paper, all waiting for those early shoppers.

10/28/2010

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