Cyber Monday is coming, and it promises to be a huge day for deals and sales. The holiday could even end up being more popular than Black Friday. One poll from Morpace Omnibus found that 57 percent of consumers plan to shop on Cyber Monday this year, compared to just 35 percent on Black Friday.
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Shelly Valdes of Las Vegas was out shopping at 9 a.m. at J.C. Penney at the Meadows mall like she does every year on Black Friday.
The holidays are a great time for buying gifts — and also a prime time for thieves. But having your purse or wallet stolen in a busy mall might be the least of your worries this year when it comes to holiday shopping and identity theft.
It's that magical time of year again when shoppers bust down doors, trample each other and try with all their might to snag the best deals of the season. Yes, we're talking about everyone's favorite "holiday" — Black Friday.
The holiday shopping season is in full swing. As you're buying holiday gifts and checking off your shopping list, you should also keep in mind retailers' return policies. There's a good chance that something from your holiday shopping trips will get returned, since two-thirds (68.6 percent) of consumers indicated last year that they returned gifts most or some of the time
The managing general partner of a Summerlin shopping center objected to Smart & Final taking over a lease to replace Haggen, according to bankruptcy court documents.
The holiday season is upon us, and that means consumers across the country are already scouring the internet and shopping malls in search of the best deals. While there are lots of great offerings at this time of year, money-savvy shoppers know a secret for saving big bucks: free samples.
With Thanksgiving and the December holidays being so close together, you might be especially budget-conscious. If you are hosting Thanksgiving this year, here's a breakdown of what it could cost you.
Finally, the craft beer is flowing at the new Tenaya Creek Brewery site on the edge of downtown Las Vegas.
More than two hours before the doors opened on Saturday morning at Best Buy in Henderson, 130 associates were huddled at the front of the store prepping for one of the biggest shopping days of the year.
The holiday shopping season is saturated with tactics and tricks to get you to spend as much money as possible. Learn the most popular retail tricks and why they often work so you can avoid or overcome them this holiday season.
Amazon said Wednesday that it will start offering its holiday deals on Nov. 20 -- a full week ahead of Black Friday.
Ikea may have revolutionized shopping for flat pack furniture, but oh, all that walking and those long lines. Not to mention the parking lots.
Albertsons has reassumed ownership of three grocery stores it sold to Haggen earlier this year and Sprouts is expanding its presence in the Las Vegas market as well.
Cue the Elvis. It may be a blue Christmas for America's retailers. Gap, Macy's, Nordstrom and Fossil all reported lousy results this week. JC Penney actually bucked the trend with decent sales growth, but it's still losing money.
It's shopping without the guilt. Why? Because your purchase comes with the assurance that it's helping others.
An Amazon Prime membership costs $99 a year, or $49 for students, but it might make sense for frequent users who are looking for free shipping, video streaming and other rewards. If you're wondering whether you should try Amazon Prime, take a look at this rundown of some of the benefits.
Walmart has big plans for Black Friday. The discount chain unveiled several Black Friday discounts on TVs, electronics, small home appliances and toys that will be available in store and online during the major shopping day.
Black Friday kicks off the holiday shopping season this month. With doorbusters and giveaways, the retail rush can put your savings plan in a tailspin. But before you pick up the latest HDTV, you'll want to know what items are good pickups during Black Friday, and which items are best left on store shelves.
It's already Black Friday at Best Buy.
Target Corp said on Monday it will launch its Black Friday promotions five days early, with 10 days of deals on electronics, toys and apparel in stores and online starting Nov. 22.
The closure of two grocery chains in Las Vegas will leave consumers with fewer options, but analysts say that they don't expect other operators will flee and that others will arrive.
With the Fresh & Easy and Haggen wind-downs already in action, many of the combined 21 closing stores across the valley are offering up to 50 percent off what’s left of their inventory.
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