The holiday shopping season is already underway, and there are sure to be some great deals out there. However, there are also scams that target consumers. That is the bad news. The good news is that you do not have to become a victim.
Black Friday is still slightly less than a week away, but some locals are already camping out for deals.
With more people turning to online shopping, stores are trying to stay competitive. Best Buy may not be known for matching competitors’ prices, but with the holiday shopping season quickly approaching, that’s changing.
Are you tripping over electronics you no longer use but can’t seem to get rid of like computers, printers and cell phones? Well, Consumer Reports ShopSmart says you just might be able to turn that electronic trash into treasure.
In case the dancing presidents on your television screen haven’t gotten your attention, we’re heading into Presidents’ Day weekend. It’s a big time for mattress sales, but the deep discounts of February go way beyond bedsprings. There are some real deals to be had.
Just days before Christmas, Best Buy is telling some customers that it is cancelling orders made online weeks ago.
To file a complaint against Best Buy, visit the Federal Trade Commission’s website or call toll-free: 1–877–FTC–HELP (1–877–382–4357).
The turkey dinner is done and that means it’s time to shop till you drop. That’s just what many people did overnight and continue to do this morning. Black Friday is officially underway and local stores and malls are packed with people who either stayed up all night or got a very early start just for a chance to get some great deals.
Now that the turkey’s put away, the Black Friday shoppers are out in full force. Shoppers at the Best Buy in Ross Township are lined up down the strip to Kuhn’s Market.
Employees are trying to push against earlier Black Friday hours this year through social media.
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