The race is on to be first in line for this year’s best deals on holiday gifts: Black Friday is almost here. Every year, the stores open earlier in the wee hours of the morning, some even open at midnight after Thanksgiving Day, while other stores start the Black Friday sales on Turkey Day itself. If you’re going to get up that early (on a day off, no less), it is important to be prepared.
Back to school shopping is in full swing in the city. Whether you’re heading back to the dorms, sending your little ones to school for the first time or simply want to update your wardrobe or home for fall, there’s something for everyone at these end of summer sample sales.
Ticket sales for the 10,635 premium seats declined from $99.3 million in 2009 to $50.6 million through 2011. The seats are about 25 percent of the stadium.
Lots of folks will be returning gifts that aren’t quite right, and also using their newly-received gift cards, and many retail chains are running special promotions.
‘Tis the season to start shopping. If you’ve ever found yourself shopping for your gifts on Christmas Eve, you know it’s never too early to get started.
On both sides of the pond, From Westminster to the West Village, the royal wedding is drumming up sales, Dave Carlin reports.
No one said that reducing your carbon footprint meant wearing ugly shoes. If you’re on a mission to keep your closet environmentally friendly check out some of these sustainable shops in NYC.
Many retailers were counting on this President’s Day weekend to really draw in shoppers.
Revenue in stores open at least one year rose 9.7 percent. That was the company’s best holiday performance in more than a decade, Barnes & Noble said.
Americans hit the malls Sunday to spend gift cards on items Santa may have missed and pick over the clearance racks, though an East Coast snowstorm will crimp some plans.
Henri Bendel is having a one day only VIP Shopping party in New York City, and you’re invited.
The first ever boutique week is taking place in New York, Boston, and Los Angeles. A percentage of the sales from this event will go toward supporting Dress for Success.
Coats for a cure! The Memorial Sloan-Kettering Thrift Shop is hosting their annual coat sale this week.
The owner of Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village defaulted on loans totaling $5.4 billion earlier this year.
Several lawsuits that have been filed in connection with the complex were reportedly not expected to hold up the sale.