The holiday shopping rush is on.
As CBS2’s Christine Sloan reported, some still have a long list of gifts to buy.
It’s a mad dash for shoppers to use their remaining time efficiently.
There are only five days left until Christmas and Saturday is expected to be the busiest shopping day of the year.
Holiday shopping may not be for the faint of heart, and the dazzling deals out there sometimes come with fine print that shoppers should read.
The federal government is sounding the alarm about counterfeit goods that look all too real.
Experts say the key is organization. Make a list of what you want to buy and stick to a budget.
Now that you’ve digested all the decadence from what was hopefully in “improbable” Thanksgiving, for this Black Friday I want to encourage you to think out of the box before wasting money unnecessarily.
Get prepared for big savings with these tips for Cyber Monday shopping.
More retailers opened their doors Thanksgiving Day to offer early holiday shopping deals.
Small Business Saturday will take place nationwide this year on November 29th. Since its launch in 2010 it has helped change the landscape of big-city neighborhoods and small town U.S.A.
State Sen. Richard Codey is introducing a bill that would bar retailers from opening before 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman sent a letter to retailers reminding them of their legal obligation to ensure the safety of the toys they sell.
Recommendations issued by New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Nov. 25, 2014: Just because a toy or any other consumer product is being sold in a reputable store does not necessarily mean that […]
Retail experts expect sales to be up 4 percent this holiday season, and they credit part of that boost on smart phones.