Need some gift ideas? Get beyond the Black Friday hype and check out some quality, popular items for this holiday season.
Savings will be bountiful for five days starting Thursday. Some advice to bargain hunters: Don't stress about deals. Instead, use these tips and tricks to save more in stores and online, no matter what day you plan to shop.
Whether as a design element or an ode to a passion or hobby, coffee table books have it covered, especially as holiday gifts.
For the foodie on your holiday list — or just people who might appreciate a good tequila or pie pan — we offer a gift guide. It's got coffee machines, books, chocolate truffles and a fabulous tote to carry it all away.
NEW YORK (AP) — This holiday, all gifts seem to be in animal prints. Zebra, leopard, giraffe, cheetah, tiger: Pick your print, type of item and price range and away you go, especially in women's apparel and accessories.
Matching outfits make for an ideal photo op, and if kids are reluctant to don matching outfits, recruit dad to help sell the idea.
Do you like the idea of good deals but not the idea of standing outside the mall in a three-point stance waiting for the doors to open for pre-dawn Black Friday savings? Then Cyber Monday, which will be held on November 26th, 2018 — the Monday following the Thanksgiving holiday — is for you.
Cyber Monday was coined to characterize the large amount of online shopping that took place on the first workday after Thanksgiving, when people had access to their presumably faster work computers. It has grown since its origin in 2005 to generate an estimated $6.59 billion in sales in 2017, up 16.8% from 2016, according to Adobe Systems. While bosses across America fret, their employees take advantage of great Internet deals.
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