The annual turkey celebration has passed, as well as the consumerist fever dream that is Black Friday. You've managed to make it through the weekend without being trampled to death by your fellow citizens, and maybe even managed to snag ...
The insanity that is Black Friday shopping seems to grow every year. In fact, it’s not even technically correct to call it Black Friday anymore, since they don’t even let you swallow that last bite of pumpkin pie before rolling ...
Black Friday shopping is one of the most harrowing, terrifying shopping experiences you can ever have -- frantic, aggressive shoppers all fighting for the same limited number of discounted items, all at an ungodly hour of the morning, after hours waiting ...
When Black Friday rolls around yet again, you'll have already prepped for sales on media and furniture and clothing. You'll be staking out Best Buy and Target like a cop on the edge waiting for the perp to slip, only the perp is ...
Picture this – everyone is gathered around the Christmas tree, and a gift is handed to a loved one who opens it and forces a smile once they’ve seen what’s inside. They don’t necessarily hate the gift; it’s just not for them.
This is a common scenario for a lot of people who’ve dealt with this at least once in their gift-giving experience. Gift shopping can be difficult and a bit of a gamble, especially if you don’t know if your family or friends will genuinely love what you give. It’s the thought that counts, but if they love it, that’s certainly better.
The below gift guide will assist you with picking out gifts that will impress your family and friends.
The most wonderful day of the year is almost here. Get ready all you shoppers, as Black Friday is right around the corner!
Do you plan to hang out in your jammies and shop from the comfort of your own couch? Or are you going to brave the crowds and see where the deals lead you? There are pluses and minuses to both strategies, so let’s take a look at the options to see what might be the best choice for your shopping needs.
Can you believe that Black Friday is just around the corner? This means that right now (yes, right now) is the perfect time to prepare for shopping’s biggest day. Black Friday is a day that many refer to as the Super Bowl of shopping. It’s the unofficial start to Christmas gift shopping and a great way to work off all the turkey and pumpkin pie that you’ll gobble up the day before.
Shopping during Black Friday can be exhausting. That’s why we’ve put together a list of things to do before and during the popular day so that you’re prepared for the mad rush. Here are some suggestions on how you can survive this Black Friday stress-free and with great finds.
The countdown to Black Friday is on, but don't waste your Turkey Day sorting, clipping and strategizing. As that old saying goes, “There's an app for that!” But, with so many Black Friday apps out there, how can you choose? We've found four that are sure to please, each with brand-new features designed for this year's rush. Download one or all to have this year's most up-to-the-second deals and steals at your fingertips all holiday season long.
The holidays are upon us, which means one thing: Black Friday. It seems as though the deals get better and better every year. Should you spend the day after Thanksgiving relaxing after eating such a large meal, or should you be camped out in front of your favorite store avoiding being trampled on by thousands of other shoppers? Read on for some early predictions for Black Friday 2014.
You’ve stuffed yourself to the gills. Your favorite team won the game (…hopefully). You’re all done playing the perfect hostess. Next on the list? Don’t even think about getting hours and hours of shut-eye, because Black Friday looms before you.
This annual shopping event is nothing short of an extravaganza, rife with manic mayhem and more sales than a bargain hunter can probably handle. Whether you’re a novice shopper or an admitted shopaholic, here are some helpful tips to arm yourself with early on that will make managing Black Friday so much easier.
When prices on flat screens are slashed and savings on bed sheets hit rock bottom shoppers can get excited. Combine that with a lack of sleep and lines that rival Disney World rides and sometimes the outcome is not so pretty. Black Friday mobs have been known to get out of control, but thankfully stores are doing more to prepare for the onslaught of shoppers. And there are simple things you can do to keep yourself safe as well.