Some retailers are offering post-Christmas sales to clear out their inventory for the new year.
According to a report from Mastercard SpendingPulse, holiday retail sales are about 3% higher this year compared to last year. Online spending is up 49%, and the pandemic appears to be boosting sales of furniture and home improvement items.
It’s Christmas Eve, and stores are packed with last minute holiday shoppers. While many are shopping online this year, there are still long lines at the check-out counter at many shopping centers.
Holiday sales are expected to be much higher this year compared to last year. The National Retail Federation predicts sales this season will grow by as much as 5.2%, with online and non-store sales seeing a 20-30% increase.
Millions of Americans are taking to stores to get gifts is because they’re worried their last minute deliveries won’t make it in time to get under the tree.
Christmas is just two days away and people are out in swarms doing last minute shopping.
If you haven’t ordered your Christmas gifts yet, you have a few more days to do so at Walmart.
Online christmas shopping is sky-rocketing this season, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Amazon spoke exclusively with ABC News, releasing their shipping deadlines for holiday orders and for procrastinators.
It’s crunch time for gift givers who want their presents to arrive under the tree on time. This year, the shipping deadlines are earlier than usual, but there are some ways around that.
Some of the hottest items on the Christmas wish lists this year are video games, and due to the pandemic, the consoles are this year’s must-have.