Holiday shoppers are getting some good news when it comes to worrying about parking meters in a number of South Florida communities.
Stores had been open for hours by the time Black Friday rolled around at 12:01 a.m. but the crowds kept coming all looking for that magical deal for the item they, or their family member can’t live without.
Once upon a time, not so long ago, Thanksgiving was a lazy, leisurely day off for feasting and football. But in 2013 there’s no time for a second helping of turkey and gravy: it’s time to shop.
This Thanksgiving, some people will be putting down their forks early to rush to the stores to shop for the best bargains.
A price tag obviously tells you how much an item costs, but it can actually disclose a whole lot more.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in many stores, and it’s only September! It’s still summer, but some retailers like K-mart are already freezing the moment with holiday ads on TV and online.
Just because Christmas is over doesn’t mean the holiday spending has come to an end. Across South Florida the stores and malls were mobbed as thousands of people returned unwanted gifts and used gift cards to pick up items Santa may have missed.
The annual onslaught of shoppers searching for the best possible deal started in earnest Thursday night, but as midnight passed and Black Friday was officially upon South Florida; the real shopping madness was fully underway.
Black Friday sales brought out holiday shoppers in full force, but along with the vast number of shoppers, burglars are also out hoping to steal your latest purchase.
Black Friday brings out the shoppers willing to wait hours in line for the best deals; but it also brings out the worst in people as fights and violence often accompany the doorbuster savings.