Black Friday online sales hit a new record this year as pandemic-wary Americans filled virtual carts instead of real ones.
Just like everything else this year, the COVID-19 pandemic will have an impact on holiday shopping.
Holiday shoppers were out in full force across the Midlands today.
Black Friday could have a new look this year due to the pandemic. Some say with so many people shopping online, it could lead to a shipping crunch.
Thanksgiving is weeks away, but stores are already stocked for Christmas. Retailers are hoping for an early holiday shopping season, but with the coronavirus pandemic, those holiday sales may look a little different.
From curbside gift wrapping to online deals, the holiday sales are set to take on a new look due to the pandemic.
It may not even be Halloween yet, but experts are warning if you want to get your gifts in time, the time to start thinking about them is now. As online sales skyrocket this year, shipping facilities are bracing of what is to come.
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Retail giant offers solution to last-minute shoppers
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) —Last-minute holiday shoppers needn’t worry — Walmart has their backs. The retail giant said in a news release Thursday that its stores will be open until 8 p.m. local time on Christmas Eve. For those who want to do their Christmas shopping online, Walmart said they can order up to Dec. 20 for standard delivery and as…