Smaller crowds and shorter waits were two of many changes on Black Friday this year.
Arming yourself with knowledge and a few key apps can make the difference between scoring a bona fide bargain or getting fooled into paying more than you have to.
Experts are projecting a slightly smaller need for holiday seasonal workers compared to last year, but that doesn't mean retailers are having an easy time filling those positions.
One thing has remained constant through the past decade: Consumer spending continues to climb. Despite all of retailers' worries through times of recession, pandemic and inflation, consumers have kept spending. But this year plenty will be different.
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It started with toilet paper. Then it was cars. Now, the bottleneck at shipping ports has put electronics, toys and clothing in short supply. It has some shoppers on edge, worried they may not find what they need for Christmas.
It's time to shop! Feast and Field created five comprehensive holiday shopping guides packed with goodies from favorite artisans nationwide.
Keeping our region out of the red is largely up to us.
If 2020 has taught us anything, it's to expect the unexpected. When it comes to Black Friday, it's just as difficult to predict what will happen.
In addition to the usual cashiers and overnight shelf stockers, there's a bigger call this year for behind-the-scenes roles.
Black Friday is just one more thing the novel coronavirus has turned upside down in 2020.
Starting this week nearly right up to Christmas, weekends will be filled with holiday shopping events where you can browse handcrafted items from local artisans often while listening to live music and enjoying a
Dave & Adam’s Card World will close its Town of Tonawanda location next month. The retailer’s lease ended at 2217 Sheridan Drive and it will consolidate to its Clarence location near the Eastern Hills Mall. Its last day is set for Jan. 28. The store is currently running a going-out-of-business sale, which excludes trading cards. It sells sports memorabilia,
After the hoopla of Black Friday, local businesses want shoppers to stop in and the City of Tonawanda will be making it easy to shop local on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 25. Where else can you shop for a snake, browse for antique books, stop for a drink, meet a favorite pro wrestler and then watch some boxing? ExoticCreations,