The Retail Association of Nevada on Wednesday said it projects a 5.4 percent increase in statewide holiday sales this year, topping national estimates.
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November might claim some of the biggest sales of the year with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but it’s possible to save big bucks in December, too. In fact, the end of the year is a great time to snag discounts across the board, as retailers make room for new merchandise.
Christmas shopping season at Town Square Las Vegas came to a less than festive end in 2013: Santa Claus’ house and tree burned down in an electrical fire. But he’s back in business and keeping with the trend, Christmas came early.
Updates have been made at the Market LV at Tivoli Village. A handful of new tenants have moved in, and a major update was made to the main entrance to the market to further the industrial chic look.
The Black Friday shopping weekend may be losing its mojo.
Black Friday might have been the most anticipated shopping event of the year, but Americans have their attention (and wallets) locked on to the next big spending event: Cyber Monday.
Black Friday shopping experiences were seemingly smoother this year, several area shoppers said.
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.
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.
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.
Walk off your turkey dinner at these retailers on Thanksgiving Day:
Consumer spending advanced statewide in September because of big gains in car sales and home goods.
Small Business Saturday on Nov. 29 marks the fifth anniversary of the American Express initiative, which seeks to encourage customers to explore small businesses for their holiday shopping.
You’re likely familiar with the satisfaction that comes with saving money on gifts, especially during holiday shopping frenzy. However, a money-saving strategy that some have sadly evaded for far too long is online shopping.
Eager shoppers may be wondering when more retail is coming to the area near Tivoli Village and Boca Park. Since it was announced in early 2011, nearby Las Vegas Renaissance has yet to break ground.
It’s been more than a month since Downtown Summerlin debuted on Oct. 9, but the shopping, dining and entertainment destination has surpassed projections, according to Senior General Manager Andrew Ciarrocchi.
When Maria Van Rossum shows up at your home to sell merchandise, the Las Vegas resident just showcase plastic containers to store leftovers. Shehas a wide array of stun guns, pepper spray and other items to protect women.
A prominent national sports equipment retailer is expanding in Las Vegas. Sports Authority, headquartered in Englewood, Colo., has opened two new stores in the valley while remodeling a third store.
Popcorn is no longer just for movie outings thanks in part to gourmet popcorn shop Popped, 9480 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 110.
HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. — Sears and Kmart say they will open on Thanksgiving day again this year with extended hours to draw shoppers.
Walking into Pinot’s Palette at The District at Green Valley Ranch, guests feel more at home than in any art studio. From the extra elbow room down to the bathroom mirrors, owners Reed and Judy Alewel didn’t cut any corners when it came to pleasing their customers.
When Apple Pay was announced at a highly-choreographed launch event in September, industry analysts and experts declared that the mobile payment system had a shot at doing what other digital wallets have so far failed to do: Dethrone plastic credit and debit cards as shoppers’ default way of making a purchase.
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