Bad news for retailers could mean good news for holiday shoppers. A slower than expected holiday shopping weekend might lead to bigger bargains right up through Christmas.
If you still have items on that holiday shopping list, don’t worry–Cyber Monday is here!
Forget Black Friday and the mega-retailers. Saturday, there’s a nationwide push for shoppers to spend locally. That includes right here in Maryland.
It’s the quiet after the storm at stores across the U.S. after crowds of bargain shoppers battled it out for discount deals. Retailers bank on the busiest shopping day of the year.
Don Scott and Marty Bass had “Coffee With” Garth Brooks. Monique Griego had “People Are Talking” about Black Friday shopping.
The turkey is done. Now, the holiday shopping frenzy has started earlier than ever. Some are calling it “Brown Thursday,” as stores began opening ahead of Black Friday.
With Thanksgiving falling so late on the calendar, this is the shortest holiday shopping season since 2002—and that has stores opening earlier than ever.
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Thanksgiving comes in just one week, and signs of the holiday season are all over Baltimore. Festivities kicked off across the city Thursday night– from Santa’s arrival at the Inner Harbor to the shopping season kickoff in Pigtown.
Breaking with tradition to compete for your dollar this holiday, Macy’s is now set to open Thanksgiving night!
Designer shoes, handbags and jewelry are all part of a huge sale in Owings Mills this weekend. The annual benefit for the House of Ruth is already drawing big crowds.
Marylanders looking to make the most of their back-to-school dollars are shopping this week to take advantage of the state’s sales tax holiday.