Retailers’ rules for delivery by Dec. 25 vary. Crate & Barrel’s deadline for standard shipping is Thursday. Lands’ End shoppers must order monogrammed gifts by Friday; the deadline for other items is Dec. 15. Macy’s and L.L. Bean give shoppers until Dec. 18 and 19, respectively.
Bourbon and crispy bacon could be just the combination for the hard-to-please person on your gift list.
Retail push to make Black Friday last from October through Christmas and moving in-person sales to online change day's nature.
More people adopted puppies and kittens during the pandemic, and stores are pouncing to cash in. Petco is selling matching pajamas for dogs and their humans with snowflakes and Christmas trees. And Chewy, the online pet store, is getting more personal, inscribing pets names into bandanas, bowls or beds.
Black Friday is officially Black November. Also parts of October. And December, too.
Grocery store chains across the United States are hosting special hours for the elderly and people with weakened immune systems so they can safely shop for essentials during the coronavirus pandemic.
Employees express growing unease with "Progressive Leasing," which is being offered to customers who don't qualify for the retailer's credit card.
Executives say it’s a surefire way to increase sales. But public health advocates say the trend is out of touch — and troubling.
The mad scramble between Thanksgiving and Christmas just got six days shorter.
Back-to-school shopping was a one- or two-week thing. Now, it seems to go on forever.
Employees will prepare the order for the customer’s designated pickup time. A designated parking area is set aside for online shoppers.
An off-duty police officer opened fire inside a California Costco Wholesale warehouse store, killing a man who had attacked him and wounding two others, the Corona Police Department said.
Spring has sprung, and that means fresh local produce is waiting for purchase at the Waynesboro Farmers Market on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Is there anything that exemplifies late-stage capitalism better than this?
Walmart will stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products to shoppers under 21, making it the latest retailer to raise the minimum buying age amid government pressure.