A widely regarded survey of Twin Cities consumers says we’ll be spending more this holiday season. The University of St. Thomas survey says holiday shoppers will spend on average about $868 per household.
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.
Retailers are hoping today was a big day for people out looking for some deals. Because so far this holiday shopping season has been the weakest since 2008.
Christmas shopping sales aren’t expected to be as good as retailers had hoped, but lots of shoppers out Monday might make up some of that difference.
Minnesotans more optimistic about their financial situation are expected to spend big this holiday shopping season.
With crazy opening hours, excited crowds and the thrill of the hunt all mixed together, doing a little Black Friday shopping can be a big adventure while you burn off all of those Thanksgiving-meal calories. Check out this list of places in Minnesota where you can find some of the best deals around.
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It only took a few years living in Wisconsin for me to realize just how lucky we are in the Twin Cities when it comes to retail centers.