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There is now just a 0.3-per-cent price difference between the two retail rivals.
Because babies are expensive, guys,
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Stores are releasing internet deals earlier and making them available in stores.
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This year and I've been practicing at my local mall to dodge shoppers, throw products into my cart from across a packed isle and get the best deals possible! I love me a deal, and I wanted to share with you all of my tips and tricks on getting the best item for the best price.
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Get the coffee brewing and put your game face on! Thanks to our American neighbours, Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are about to kick off the busiest shopping season of the year, with deep discounts and exclusive online offers.
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Get ready to shop, Canada.
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I love fall fashion and shopping online. The time I save shopping can be spent outdoors or doing fun things, like spending good times with friends and loved ones. Shopping online means you have endless options at your fingertips, so you can really find some fashion gems if you think beyond what you're currently seeing in store windows.
Small businesses add so much to the communities in which we live, work and play. Not only do they provide the day-to-day services we all rely on, they help build us up: they create a sense of place, of local identity. In short, they help make a grid of streets a neighbourhood.
Sales were up 40 per cent from the previous year.
After the frantic consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, there's a day for charity and volunteering to encourage people to think about their communities. Its proponents call it Giving Tuesday....
T'is the season to be giving.
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NEW YORK — Retailers are rolling out online deals on so-called "Cyber Monday." But now that shoppers are online all the time anyway, the 10-year-old shopping holiday is losing some of its lustre. Stil...
Get your credit cards ready!
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Michelle Summerfield pulls a plaid designer dress from her bedroom closet in Halton Hills, Ont. She bought it online from Saks Fifth Avenue last year but has never worn it. The $600 price tag is still...
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This is one Monday you can look forward to.
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They're creating shoes, clothes and accessories that you can rock from the gym and the dance studio to the street and the dance floor.
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If you did not purchase everything on your list on Black Friday, many of the same items, plus online exclusives will be available on Cyber Monday. When it comes to Cyber Monday, it pays to plan ahead. Ensure you don't miss out on any of the year's best online deals by following these six tips.
Canadian retailers can still do more to live up to the hype of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. With nearly every major Canadian retailer taking part in Cyber Week, to come out a winner, retailers need to up their game.
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A recent survey reveals that while 65 per cent of Canadians think Black Friday is a great way to score a deal, only 28 per cent plan to shop that day.
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For the savvy shopper, spending holidays can be a great time to save a few bucks on your gift list -- but getting caught up in these sales has a downside. The good news? Your method of payment can go a long way in protecting you from shopping pitfalls.
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Black Friday is on November 27 and Cyber Monday is on November 30 this year, and I'm pumping up to win on savings! As you already know, I love me a deal, and I wanted to share with you all of my tips and tricks on getting the best item for the best price. It's a retail battle weekend and you need to be suited up.
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Save your cash for the next couple of weeks, Canadians — you don't want to miss a chance to splurge on Black Friday. The annual shopping event arrives on Nov. 27, bringing sales that could lead to lon...
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Some companies are masters at influencing buying habits. Starbucks, for instance, has been at the helm of controlling the customer experience for a long time. From the in-store environment to the presence on social media, the company has been able to balance its image as a responsible coffee source and still nearly quadruple share prices in the last 5 years.
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Online shopping is definitely growing, but new-found concerns about cyber security may be making consumers more cautious as they hunt for internet bargains this holiday season. A recent survey by Del...
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While American shoppers celebrate Black Friday and Cyber Monday — the biggest sales of the year in the U.S. — Canadians looking to save by shopping online could face some hidden costs. Purchasing f...
Cyber Monday should be fun for eCommerce businesses. After all, people get to shop in a TASER-free environment (unlike on Black Friday). Many small-businesses aren't setup to win on Cyber Monday. Are you? Follow these tips and win big on Cyber Monday.
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Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be new shopping traditions in Canada, but shoppers are taking to it fast. So fast, in fact, that some 1 million Canadians will call in sick on either Black Friday or...
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As retailers expand their online sales capabilities in response to consumer demand, there are five key ways they can educate their customers in understanding the reduced environmental impact from shopping online.
Giving Tuesday offers an alternative to the glut of consumerism. Created by not-for-profits as a way to promote charitable giving, Giving Tuesday tries to infuse a drop of altruism into the season. Unlike the Friday and Monday preceding it, it's not all about parting with your money.
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Sharon Ng Hayes has been shopping online long enough to see the e-commerce revolution come around to beating a path to her front door. The avid online shopper and co-founder of The Backseat Stylers f...
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Like Black Friday, Giving Tuesday originated in the U.S. but it has a completely different aim. Instead of a day of consumerism, it's a day of charity. It's a new Canadian movement for giving and volunteering that encourages all of us to join together with charities, companies and other individuals to rally around our favourite causes. Not a bad idea huh?
TORONTO - Marketers love the Black Friday shopping holiday and continue to find ways to exploit its growing popularity.Black Friday went from being a one-day event to an all-weekend series of sales. T...