Tired of overcrowded malls, big box chain stores and Black Friday hype?
Eager shoppers didn’t waste time getting out of the gate at the Mall at Robinson. Bright and early, they started sprinting through the halls in hopes of grabbing door busters before they were gone.
Black Friday shoppers love the thrill of getting a good bargain. But experts say just because it’s on sale doesn’t make it a deal.
It’s is a conundrum of epic proportions, a simple choice with no easy answer.
First, there was Black Friday. Now, Brown Thursday is starting to catch on as shoppers look to cash in on some early deals.
Experts say never fear because shoppers will be out in force on Friday. If you plan on shopping, you might want to get your game face on.
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You can save money and find legitimate deals on Black Friday as long as you make a plan and stick to it.
Know where to go this Black Friday for all the best deals!
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!
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.
Kohl’s Department Stores says it will open its doors on Thanksgiving for the first time, adding to the growing ranks of retailers trying to get a jump start on the holiday shopping season.
AnnaSophia Robb is on the October 2013 cover of NKD Mag!
Users of the Electronic Benefits Transfer System locally and in other states have reported that their cards weren’t working Saturday.