If you’re even thinking of going shopping on Friday, it pays to have a plan. From snagging a good parking spot to catching those crazy markdowns, we’ve put together some tips and strategies to help ensure a successful shopping trip!
People were standing in lines Thursday evening to get what could be one of the hottest items for Christmas: Sony’s Playstation 4.
Not long ago Black Friday was the kick-off to Christmas holiday shopping with a crush of people as stores opened at dawn.
Soon most of us will start reaching for our credit cards for holiday shopping. But after a new policy is enforced, paying off your credit card bill may become more of a hassle.
Two of the season’s hottest holiday gifts are now available for pre-order.
The holidays are just around the corner, so why not get a head start on shopping?
First Wal-Mart, and now Toys ‘R Us is out with its annual list of hot toys for the holidays.
Winter has come to Pittsburgh. Cold temperatures, gusty winds and even some snow – it has all arrived just as the holiday weekend gets underway.
Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet? It’s getting down to the wire and if you’re buying for someone who loves sports, it’s time to think outside the box.
Welcome to your 2012 Holiday Guide! Don’t miss our gift-giving ideas, shopping advice, food & drink recipes, and movie & music recommendations. Share some holiday cheer with your friends!
When it comes to picking the perfect gift, how do you know what’s hot this holiday season? Plenty of retailers are making it easy for you with lists… lots of lists.
This holiday season is shaping up to be very successful for retailers, especially online. Consumers spent more than $1 billion shopping online on Black Friday, breaking a record.
It’s Cyber Monday, a day when shoppers are encouraged to go online to buy Christmas holiday gifts. But retail experts say growth is flat with a Google survey finding Cyber Monday ranking low as an important shopping day.
What does patriotic music have to do with Black Friday? A lot, say advocates for American manufacturing from all sides of the political spectrum.
Nobody really seems to like it — certain giant retail stores opening on Thanksgiving Day.