National Retail Federation
You better pay attention to those return policies otherwise you could get stuck with a gift you don’t want.
Americans will be shelling out major money for Halloween treats, decorations and costumes this year.
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According to the National Retail Federation, spending is expected to increase this year during the holiday shopping season compared to last year.
The National Retail Federation expects sales to jump nearly 20 percent from 2011. So what will your dog be for Halloween?
Monday was the day after Christmas. That meant shoppers were packing the malls, cashing in on post-holiday bargains and returning those gifts that weren’t quite right.
If you’ve waited until the final days, the eve of Christmas, you’re likely considered a last minute shopper.
There’s nothing spooky for retailers about their Halloween spending forecast. Americans are more willing to spend on tricks and treats this year than last, and 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that could provide stores some clues about the upcoming holiday season.
As expected, holiday shoppers are flooding retail stores this weekend.