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.
The deals out there are great right now. And if you shop online and think it’s too late, fear not!
A new poll out from New England College says New Hampshire shoppers are hesitant to spend more this year than last year during the holiday season.
Where can you find some extra cash this week?
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Recent surveys indicate that people are going to spend around $750 for gifts this year, but I’ve spoken with people who have spent thousands and others who can do it for under $200.
Black Friday is the biggest shopping event of the year and retailers are trying new ways to lure you on the day after Thanksgiving and beyond.
Trim your list down to a reasonable number. If you have a large family and you usually buy a gift for everyone in the family, that can get very expensive.
Take the time this week to sit down with pen and paper and make out a list of who you are planning on buying presents for.