If you’re one of the many who’ve yet to begin their holiday shopping, you might be pleasantly surprised. That’s because many stores are offering deep discounts to make sure they don’t get stuck with large amounts of unsold inventory.
Store owners at the Shoppes at Arbor Lakes are hoping for a warmer weekend. Unlike traditional malls, where it’s always 70 degrees, customers at these shops occasionally have to venture outside, going door to door. Liz Schiller is the owner of Juniper, a small boutique that features local designers and artists. “We do see a decrease in business when the weather is frigid like today,” Schiller said. When the temperature drops, so do the prices at a lot of Arbor Lakes’ stores. Discounts and incentives are offered to those willing to spend a little time outside.
A Twin Cities grocery chain is cutting a popular rewards program. Saturday will be the last day that Rainbow Foods customers can take advantage of their “Fuelperks” cards.
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.
Perk up your day with some deals and freebies — here’s today’s deals round-up!
Do you have State Fair on the brain? With just a day to go, many do. I’m one of them.
A number of local businesses are getting creative to overcome light rail construction on the Central Corridor line.
When it gets warm out you may want to head outside and work on your lawn and garden, but patience is a virtue. Just because you may have to wait a few more weeks to get planting, doesn’t mean you can’t reap the benefits of stocking up on some of the supplies you’ll need to make your yard sparkle.