Black Friday shopping experiences were seemingly smoother this year, several area shoppers said.
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Nearly 600,000 Nevadans are expected to hit stores on Black Friday, arguably the biggest shopping day of the year, scouring for deals on everything from clothing to electronics.
Not every retail associate had to give up their Thanksgiving dinner. These stores will be open on Black Friday morning.
For the first time in more than a decade Barbie has been frozen out of the top spot on the holiday wish lists of girls.
There is life in the regional casino markets. Several states posted their best gaming revenue months in more than a year during October, fueling a boost in the stock prices of regional gaming operators.
The maverick ride-sharing company that has been bending the state’s transportation rules for just over a month ceased operations in Nevada late Wednesday, vowing to return when it finds a clear path to operating legally in the state.
A combination of factors conspires to loosen our wallets each November and December. Holiday carols and images of Old St. Nick in the stores. Family traditions that seem to get more expensive every year.
Believe it or not, there are some items you should pass on during this major shopping holiday. Here are eight items for which retailers rarely offer the best Black Friday deals.
A cornucopia overflowing with the bountiful fall harvest is a traditional symbol of Thanksgiving. But, in many American households, that symbol should instead be an overflowing trashcan, with the average U.S. family now throwing away a reported 25 percent of its Thanksgiving Day dinner!
It might seem as though everyone has an iPhone or Galaxy smartphone. But many customers are eschewing the best cameras and screens — and their top-end price tags — and choosing models that can get the job done at less than a third of the cost.
You may be one of the faithful Black Friday shoppers lining up outside malls and department stores across America. But at many stores there’s no need to wait.
Uber, the maverick ride-sharing company that has been bending the state’s transportation rules for a month, ceased operations in Nevada late Wednesday, vowing to return when it finds a clear path to operating legally in the state.
ATLANTIC CITY — Some of the hottest action in Atlantic City involves closed casinos in bankruptcy court, where Donald Trump is trying to recoup rent he paid on a driveway and the city is fighting to collect more than $50 million in unpaid taxes.
HARTFORD, Conn. — Foxwoods, the largest casino resort in North America, is reducing its number of slot machines and table games to free up space for nightclubs and other new attractions as it adapts to fierce competition, the new CEO said in an interview with The Associated Press.
Southern Nevada recorded its best-ever October visitation totals and the second-best month ever last month, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority reported Wednesday.
Credit card fraud law covers a wide range of activity, and the terms and conditions of credit cards are lengthy and difficult to understand. Combine both of those and it makes sense that consumers can unknowingly break the law.
Except for a few glitches late in the day brought on by wintry East Coast weather, most flights ran on schedule at McCarran all day, transporting thousands of families and friends to be together in unseasonably warm Southern Nevada or at colder locations everywhere else.
Despite Nevada and the Strip’s third straight monthly gaming revenue decline — fueled by a more than 35 percent drop in baccarat totals — analysts found a bright spot in what was otherwise a dismal October.
A congressional hearing on a bill to restore the Interstate Wire Act has lost steam in the current lame-duck session.
Walk off your turkey dinner at these retailers on Thanksgiving Day:
WASHINGTON — Home prices in 20 U.S. cities advanced at a slower pace in the 12 months through September as the housing market continued to make gradual progress.
For more than 100 people who spent big bucks and traveled thousands of miles to get to Southern Nevada last week, President Obama’s three-day trip to Las Vegas resulted in a huge disappointment. They had to postpone or cancel their helicopter trips to see the Grand Canyon.
Southwest Airlines got the traffic bump it expected in Las Vegas with the repeal of the Wright Amendment contributing to a 3.4 percent increase over last year in passengers using McCarran International Airport in October.
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