Cyber Monday caps busy holiday shopping weekend
After a busy holiday shopping weekend, discount seekers are expected to spend between a record $12 billion and $12.4 billion on beauty products, electronics, toys and apparel on Cyber Monday, according to Adobe Analytics.
Cyber Monday spending to reach $12 billion
Cyber Monday deals are everywhere and this year, sales are expected to reach $12 billion. That would be more than 5% more than last year's sales.
Online spending on Black Friday sets new record
Black Friday shoppers spent a record $9.8 billion online in the U.S., Adobe Analytics reported, offering a positive sign for retailers facing lackluster sales forecasts for the holiday season. Demand for electronics, smartwatches, TVs an...
Great ways to save money on Christmas decorations
Decorating for the holidays can empty your wallet. And after spending all that money on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, you may feel like you're just hanging dollar bills on the tree. But you don't have to.
Black Friday: Christmas comes early for some shoppers
As the holiday shopping season begins, many consumers are looking to take advantage of Black Friday deals and bring their Christmas shopping forward.
Black Friday deals to look for
It may not even be Black Friday yet, but toys, electronics, appliances and clothes are already on sale. Here's what you should know before you head out to find deals.
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