The holiday was wonderful, but the credit card bills are staggering. Here is some expert advice on how to get your finances back in order.
The day after Christmas means a day of returns — and bargain shopping — at area stores.
It might look like a Winter Wonderland outside, but rather than getting people into the Christmas shopping mood, the early bout of winter weather has really hurt small businesses.
The wintry forecast did not keep many people from their holiday shopping on Saturday.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, so we asked some local shoppers how they will get it all done.
With wind gusts expected to go up to forty miles an hour today, shoppers are facing an unexpected obstacle.
As we approach the final shopping weekend of this Christmas season, expect to see some big discounts and good sales.
A financial expert says his not only adds to your stress level, but it can make a real dent in your budget if you are not careful.
The time for Christmas shopping is quickly drawing to a close. But there are many people who still have gifts to buy.
Shoppers are rushing around to get those last minute gifts. Just trying to find a parking spot near a store should be a competitive sport! There’s just one question for these consumers: why?
TVs are on a lot of shopping lists this holiday and there is no shortage of deals at retailers. However, you should always remember that you get what you pay for.
A recent study shows that gas prices have gone down 9 cents over the past two weeks. Recent studies also showed an increase in shopping online. A local professor explains if there is a connection.
Some of the non-profits in Philadelphia are offering hand made gift ideas with the proceeds going straight back into community programs.
This week, the holiday lights are blazing on Broadway, and it’s the perfect time for a Big Apple getaway.
Shoppers can buy coupons Friday, on the LivingSocial site or through their smartphone app, and spend them at stores or online after the crowds die down.