Minnesota State Parks Are Free On Black FridayBlack Friday fever is spreading to Minnesota state parks. The state will offer free entry to all 76 state parks and recreation areas on Nov. 27, the day after Thanksgiving. A daily permit to a park generally costs $5.
4 Things To Know: Nat'l Transit Survey, Give To The Max Day & MoreFrom the results of a national transit survey to a career fair for military members, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, Nov. 12.
Getting The Best Deal By Researching Holiday Gift PricesDon't miss out on the best deals. Shop smart and do your homework to ensure you're saving as much as possible on Black Friday or Cyber Monday.
Best Local Minnesota Businesses To Shop On Black Friday 2015Shop locally this Black Friday for great holiday savings.
Skip The Crowds, Shop Off Hours On Thanksgiving WeekendThe pros and cons to shopping on Black Friday, versus the off hours during Thanksgiving weekend.
5 Hottest Gadgets For 2015 Holiday GiftsGive the gift of technology to someone you love this year. Here are five new gadgets that would top anyone's holiday wish list this year.
Target, Walmart Reveal Their Holidays PlansWal-Mart and Target, two of the biggest U.S. retailers, on Thursday rolled out plans to lure shoppers into stores during the holiday season that includes discounts, stepped-up marketing and spiffed up stores. The moves illustrate how important the holiday shopping season is to retailers. It's a roughly two-month period that accounts on average for 20 percent of the retail industry's annual sales.
As REI Waves Goodbye To Black Friday, Don’t Expect Other Companies To Follow REI shocked everyone when the CEO announced Tuesday that the outdoor retailer is saying no to Black Friday.
Super Saturday Expected To Top Black Friday SalesSales this Saturday could beat Black Friday sales for the first time in a decade. The day is known as Super Saturday. It's the last Saturday to shop before Christmas.
Black Friday Boosts November Car SalesChrysler sales rise 20 percent. GM sales up 6 percent. Ford sales drop 2 percent.
Minn. Company Touts Tool To Protect Stolen Credit CardsWith all the security breaches in the past year, many shoppers are concerned about using their credit or debit cards. But carrying large amounts of cash has its own risks. A survey by Bankrate.com in November found more than a third of American shoppers planned to use debit cards for Black Friday purchases. Many of those cards are tied to checking and credit accounts, and hold a wealth of personal information if hackers and thieves get their hands on them.
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Mpls. Police Offer Shopping Safety Tips This Holiday SeasonBargain hunters were out awfully early Friday morning getting a jump start on their holiday wish-lists. The National Retail Federation says 140 million shoppers will search for the best deals this weekend.
St. Paul Church Holds Alternative To Black FridayWhile many will hit the malls shopping Friday, there's a group in St. Paul spending it at church. Those looking to avoid long lines and shopper meltdowns flipped the Black Friday script and held a service at Unity Church-Unitarian.
Podcast Page: 11-28-14 The WCCO Morning With Dave Lee-BLACK FRIDAY!A Black Friday special on the WCCO Morning News wIth Dave Lee...Click the link above.