Black Friday sales are creeping earlier into Thanksgiving Day.
With Christmas just a month away, and it’s not yet Thanksgiving, many retailers are getting a jump on Black Friday by offering Thanksgiving Day specials. And some people are camping out to get them.
The Thanksgiving Day line forming around the buildings of big box retailers, isn’t a new sight; but it’s forming earlier, and earlier than in years past.
While many other consumers will simply avoid holiday crowds at shopping malls or even wait until Cyber Monday, retail stores across the nation will be buzzing with activity on the day after Thanksgiving. The following are five of the best American cities for Black Friday deals.
Shopping expert Rachel Holland has done the “e-search” on the deals out there for Cyber Monday.
Wal-Mart, Toys ‘R’ Us and Target stores in Dallas opened their doors to massive crowds Thanksgiving evening.
Toys, televisions, laptops — oh, my! The flurry of Black Friday ads are enough to make your head spin. What to buy? Where to shop? And when to get in line?
A new retail website proclaims that it is “the mythbuster of shopping,” using technology and predictions to make hard decisions simple.
Detectives say two men and a woman are stealing credit cards and using them to buy tens of thousands of dollars in merchandise.
If you want an iPad, and can’t wait for Apple to formally announce the next one, you can now grab a new 16-gigabyte model for $50 less.
Holiday road trips can be a huge pain, but some cool new technology might be able to make your travels more relaxed and enjoyable.