The week after Thanksgiving is lovingly known as “dead week” amongst travel experts. This is because many people — getting off a long weekend of travel — decide to mostly stay at home, which is good news to anyone looking to save money on a vacation.
The stores are busy this weekend — but one in three people still plan to do part of their holiday shopping online this year. But you then run the risk of getting scammed.
Bargain shoppers aren’t waiting until Cyber Monday to do their holiday shopping. At the stroke of midnight Friday shoppers began their buying marathon. But not everyone rushed into stores — instead, they jumped online.
Saturday was the second annual Small Business Saturday. It’s a day dedicated to supporting small businesses on the busiest shopping weekend of the year.
If you are heading to the mall early Friday morning or late Thursday night, you don’t want to go in unprepared.
As the nation’s retailers continue to celebrate a very positive Black Friday, it appears more is in store for a big Cyber Monday.
An estimated 106 million people will shop on-line Monday in what has become known as Cyber Monday.
Online shopping will likely be at its peak today. Cyber Monday officially started at midnight, and a lot of stores are putting deep discounts on their websites.
The early numbers show it was a pretty good weekend for holiday shopping but will people continue to shop until Christmas?