This might be the hardest time of the year to “Survive This Economy.” The holiday meals, travel and all that holiday shopping really add up.
Expect a raft of “Black Friday” deals in your Thanksgiving sale ads. But which are the best deals? CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Shoppers will be cautious with their dollars this holiday season and are less likely to rush to door-buster sales on “Black Friday,” according to a new analysis.
With a country anxious for good economic news, reports are already in on Black Friday 2010 and it looks like people spent just a little more this year. Shoppers spent a record $10.69 billion.
Even if you didn’t hop out of bed before dawn and get in line, it’s not too late to find some great Black Friday deals.
On this Black Friday morning, the foot traffic in the suburban malls more resembled what one might expect on a weekday afternoon.
There’s just two more days till Black Friday. Retailers are offering thousands of bargains, but which ones are worth it? CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker has suggestions from the experts.
Stores are offering sales before Black Friday this year, but experts warn you may want to wait for the real thing for top bargains. CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Black Friday is bigger and better in 2010. Waking up at 4AM, running through the aisles, jacked on coffee not your thing? With consumer sales down this year, many retailers are offering Black Friday deals online and in-stores up to a week early.
Check out our list for some of the best Black Friday deals in Chicago. Happy bargain hunting!
And, a survey finds holiday shoppers plan to spend more this year.
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