Decorating a tree is as individual a decision as figuring out what constitutes an ugly Christmas sweater. Put another way: beauty is in the eye of the trimmer.
Shoppers were out and about in full force Saturday trying to round up the last items on their gift list before Christmas.
Many shoppers are discovering that stores, desperate for sales and customer loyalty, are willing to negotiate.
There’s a new, interactive pop-up shop in Nolita that’s filled with gadgets you can try before you buy.
In the electronics department, tablets are still tops and what’s old is new again in toy stores.
Children are taking a look at their parents’ cell phones and computer history in an attempt to figure out what their getting for Christmas.
When it comes to scoring the best deals on toys to clothes to TVs, CBS 2’s Ultimate Holiday Shopping Guide has all the answers.
Mark LoCastro from DealNews.com shared some tips for scoring the best savings on Black Friday.
Sachin Bhola, a senior editor with AskMen.com, said ties top the the list of predictable gifts to avoid, along with shaving kits and slippers.
Some people have already begun their holiday shopping. But does it really pay off to be an early bird?
This year, the 34th Street Partnership counted 21,966 shopping bags. The group counted 17,290 bags last year, marking a 27 percent increase this year.
Waited until the last minute to do your Christmas shopping? From airline miles to the best gift cards to give, we have some ideas for gifts you can still purchase.
The clock is ticking and stores are coming closer to closing as Christmas Eve comes to an end. But as those hours wind down, so do the opportunities to buy last-minute Christmas gifts.
As Christmas approaches, men are scrambling to do what they hate the most: shop. Last-minute male shoppers were out in full force on Thursday and the Queens Center Mall was no exception.
Packed malls? Healthy gains in holiday spending? It’s beginning to look at least a little like a pre-recession Christmas.