Don’t get lost in the sea of sales, coupons, flyers and email lists. Take a little time to organize and you can save a bundle this holiday season.
The crack of dawn isn’t the only option for Black Friday shopping.
Holiday shopping season has already begun, if you can believe it. The turkey has not even made it to the table yet, but several major retailers kicked off online holiday sales.
For many of you, it may be one of your least productive days at work. Cyber Monday has millions surfing the web looking for holiday deals.
Watch out eBay. There’s a new online auction site in town, and it’s based in Baltimore.
Mayhem at the mall. Across the country, shoppers get hurt fighting over deals as stores try to cash in on Black Friday.
Online shopping doesn’t have to be risky. Here are a few tips to protect your credit/debit card information on the internet.
Most people spend a good part of their free time online, so it only makes sense that they indulge in online shopping! By now you have probably heard of Etsy.com, a chic place to shop online. Set up as an e-commerce site, it allows people from all over the world to sell cool stylish threads — old or new alike. CBS Baltimore recently sat down with Jenny Andrzejewski, an Etsy store connoisseur who is the owner of Charm City based, Old Baltimore Vintage to talk all these vintage and Etsy.
Record numbers of Americans are expected to whip out their credit cards for Cyber Monday—a day when retailers offer up big bargains in order to rake in hundreds of millions of dollars in what has become the biggest online shopping day of the year.
It looks like the economy didn’t hold back too many shoppers. Black Friday is still in full swing.