Labor Day’s less than a week behind us, so clearly it’s time to start luring in Christmas shoppers, right?
Time finally ran out for shoppers scrambling to buy last-minute Christmas gifts.
One of the hottest holiday promotions this year is already in full swing. Major retailers are slashing layaway fees, in order to reel in early Christmas shoppers.
A lot of people are still taking down their holiday decorations, but one suburban family is already thinking about next Christmas and a new way they can save money.
It was supposed to be a record Christmas for retailers, but now that Santa has come and gone experts say sales numbers have fallen short.
Procrastination may have paid off for last minute Christmas shoppers.
Even at the early hour of 5 a.m. on the day before Christmas Eve, stores were open for business, and plenty of consumers were out shopping.
Are your fingers and keyboards ready? This coming weekend may be a time to stay home to shop online. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker explains why deals will be better than they were on Black Friday.
In a surprise twist, despite the poor economy, one of the hottest gifts this holiday season is televisions. Sales are up because prices keep dropping. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker explains that the best news is doorbuster deals featuring TV’s are expected to continue until Christmas.
BS 2’s Dorothy Tucker takes a look at “Free Shipping Day” and what you need to do to snag some good deals.
Cops made at two busts this week recovering tens of thousands of dollars in fake team branded sports gear, phony designer watches and more. There’s a lesson there for Christmas shoppers, say officials.
Today is “Free Shipping Day”, the day more than 1,700 stores online offer free shipping with guaranteed delivery by Christmas Eve.
And, a survey finds holiday shoppers plan to spend more this year.