Cost conscious consumers lining up while they’re still digesting their turkey and trimmings; it’s the art of the deal marking that other Thanksgiving tradition, Black Friday.
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.
The top 50 toys for this year’s holiday shopping season!
It’s more than three months until Christmas, but Toys-R-Us is taking the lead to encourage early shopping by waiving the service fee right now for its lay-away program.
Looking for a last-minute gift? Check out our gift ideas for the artsy person in your life.
In case you haven’t looked at the calendar lately, you have just about a week left to finish your holiday shopping. If you’re still looking for some ideas for the kids on your list, Consumer Reports’ ShopSmart found plenty that you maybe haven’t thought of, but are sure to please.
It’s impossible not to revel in all the Holiday fun Pittsburgh has to offer, and this weekend and week ahead is no exception!
The holiday shopping season can be a chaotic time. During the feverish rush to get into stores, thinking about safety precautions while finding a place to park can go by the wayside.
Millions will join the crowds at retail stores on Black Friday, but now online stores are trying to poach.
Black Friday shoppers mean business, and that means you should too. Plan ahead and beat your competing shoppers by looking at the links below. We’ve selected some local shopping centers where you can cash in on deals at some of your favorite stores.
According to a comparison performed by product review website Cheapism.com, consumers planning on stuffing their digital shopping carts with gifts this holiday season may find themselves beaten out by shoppers pushing the real thing.
KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte talked to Duquesne University professor of Marketing Dr. Audrey Guskey about the beginning of the Christmas shopping season.
Stores are gearing up for Black Friday, which is just two weeks away, and shoppers are getting ready to cash in on all those great deals. But instead of racing from store to store or sifting through circulars looking for the best deals, there’s an easier way to save big this year.
Walmart announced plans this week that suggest the retail giant is making a strong push to corner the holiday shopping market this winter.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to business professor Jeff Inman about why stores are starting Christmas shopping so early this year.
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