As tri-state retailers are hoping for a Black Friday bonanza this holiday weekend, there’s also hope for millions of unemployed workers.
Over the past two years, gift card sales were starting to cool, but people are spending more now, and they’re getting protections from the government.
The holiday shopping season is getting started earlier every year. This year even Thanksgiving Day is home to big deals.
Suffolk County isn’t taking any chances this holiday season.
In this Eye on New York segment, CBS 2’s Dana Tyler discusses what’s hot, what’s not, how to find a deal and more in this holiday shopping guide.
If you love watching your flat screen now, wait until you see what’s coming next – and just in time for the holidays, with prices so low, they’re too good to be true.
An interview with a former magazine editor – now a designer out of SoHo.
It’s okay to drool, just a little.
A study released by Rep. Anthony Weiner that examined credit cards at major NYC stores revealed that the average interest rate of a retail store credit card was 24 percent.
Stores are already running out of the hottest holiday season toys as the price wars heat up, forcing savvy shoppers to be swift and smart, CBS 2’s Magee Hickey reports.
It’s already beginning to look a lot like Christmas. It’s barely November, but the holiday shopping season is in full swing, with retailers already offering deep discounts.
Hey parents – looking to get a head start on holiday shopping?