Cyber Monday was up at least 20 percent from a year ago. It’s an encouraging start to the shopping season, but it may not last, according to a Denver expert.
Holiday shoppers beware. When shopping at the Cherry Creek Mall, make sure to actually park at the mall.
E-Gift Cards are becoming popular, but CBS4 Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll warns gift givers about hidden fees.
How early is too early to start the Black Friday dash? Stores are opening as early as 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving night (Toys R Us).
Shoppers were out in full force in the Denver area on the day after Christmas snatching up deals.
More shoppers are buying gifts for themselves this holiday season. A national consumer analyst said 57 percent of shoppers are buying a gift for themselves, in addition to crossing others off their gift list.
I realize that we have allowed the tide of commercialism eat away at the foundation of the holiday for many years, but it seems different this year. It seems that after years of constant rain of Christmas decorations going up before the Halloween candy is sold out, the institution of Thanksgiving is finally sliding down the hill and being swallowed by the mudslide.
Shoppers exhausted from running around looking for the best prices on holiday gifts can rely on high-tech gadgets to help them save money. The technology makes bargain hunting simple and accurate and puts comparison shopping at your fingertips.
For those who need presents for their family but don’t want the crush of crowds, here’s tip No. 1: Go to a small locally-owned store to find unique gifts. There are no lines, there are no throngs of people, and be in and out in mere minutes with a gift-wrapped present in hand.