All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Holiday Shopping’

Xbox 360 Bundles Released For $249 Through Walmart

Even though it has released the Xbox One, Microsoft is not letting the Xbox 360 fade into oblivion this holiday season. Three new Xbox 360 bundles have been announced via the official Xbox blog, Major Nelson. First is an Xbox 360 with Call of Duty: Ghosts and Call of Duty: Black Ops II, for $249. Second is the same as …

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Amazon Sold 36.8 Million Items on Cyber Monday

In less than two decades Amazon has managed not only to become the internet’s largest retailer, but also a major competitor to traditional retailers such as Walmart. The success of the website continues to grow each year, and this year’s holiday season looks to be the biggest ever for Amazon.com. Amazon has now revealed a few choice statistics from its …

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Nexus Tablet: In the News This Holiday Season

Google seems to be constantly making the news with its Nexus tablet. The most recent rumblings involve the Nexus 10 2, the newest version of its 10-inch tablet. Rumor has it that the Nexus 10 2 may launch ahead of CES 2014. CES is an annual international consumer electronics and technology trade show, the self-described “global stage where next-generation innovations …

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Chase Debit Card: Cash and Spending Limits Imposed

JPMorgan Chase will impose daily cash and spending limits on about 2 million debit cards due to possible fraud and data theft that occurred when customers used the cards recently at Target stores. According to a customer service notice on the Chase website, “Target reported that it experienced a data breach on debit and credit cards that its customers used …

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Many Americans Still Putting-Off Holiday Shopping

This year’s Black Friday was a sales success, with customers spending more money on a variety of heavily discounted prices. Not everyone has finished up their holiday shopping, however. In fact, a sizable chunk of the American population has yet to even purchase one present. A new Consumer Reports survey today shows that 31% of Americans (the ones who plan …

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Amazon Prime Members Get Free Holiday Shipping Until Dec. 22

Are you still trying to decide what to get your family and friends this Christmas? Well, your deadline to find a gift has just been extended if you happen to have an Amazon Prime membership. Amazon announced today that all Amazon Prime members can get free holiday shipping as long as they purchase the item before midnight EST on Sunday, …

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Last Minute Gifts for the Frugal Holiday Shopper

Christmas is fast approaching and I’m sure a lot of you didn’t take advantage of the Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping craze. Hey, I understand that things happen and you couldn’t find the time or money to go holiday shopping. Well, for all of you who are slackers, here are five ideas of last minute gifts that would surely save …

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Gift Cards: Ways to Save Money This Year

Once again, gift cards are the most requested gift, making Santa’s sleigh lighter this holiday season. If you are looking to buy gift cards for friends and family, here are a few tips to help you save some green on those plastic purchases. 1. Buy Discounted Cards Sam’s Club and Costco sell a variety of gift cards for discounted prices. …

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Tablets Will Be A Hot Ticket Item For Parents This Holiday Season

When I was growing up, I was mostly given traditional toys for Christmas. According to a new survey, that’s quickly changing as more parents opt to gift their children tech-related items. PBS Kids recently surveyed 1,000 parents with children between the ages of 2 and 10 about the tech-related purchases they intended to make this year. The survey found that …

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Cyber Monday Deals on Phones, TVs

Now that Black Friday 2013 has come and gone, retailers and shoppers alike are plunging into the next wave of the holiday shopping frenzy: Cyber Monday. Referring to the Monday after Thanksgiving and originally created to lure holiday shoppers to spend their dollars online, the term Cyber Monday made its US debut in 2005. Since then, it has become one …

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Black Friday 2013: The Shopping Frenzy Continues After Thanksgiving Day

The spending spree continues after some of the top retailers opened their doors on Thanksgiving Day to pre-Black Friday shoppers. Over a dozen major retailers opened their doors on Thursday to kick off some of the Black Friday deals crazed by customers across the country. While over half a million of shoppers resorted to online shopping, some of the stores …

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Over Half of Americans Will Shop Online During the Holidays

The holiday shopping rush will begin this week, and Americans are gearing up for Black Friday weekend sales. Though most Americans won’t be shopping this weekend (mainly due to the crowds), those who do are set to spend more money than ever. Though department stores will no doubt be packed when they open on Thursday evening, the crowds might be …

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