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Sunday, November 25, 2012
Earlier and staggered store openings result in shorter lines, less frenzy the day after Thanksgiving.
Varied opening and sale times at retailers for the Black Friday rush seemed to spread out shoppers throughout North Jersey’s biggest stores this weekend. This year marked a new marketing tactic—more retailers opened Thanksgiving night. While some stores bought into the new trend, others stuck to the traditional early-morning opening times Friday, while others chose to open at 7 or 8 a.m. And, the different opening times gave shoppers a lot of options, and the ability to hit multiple stores. Long nighttime lines awaited shoppers at the Rockaway Townsquare Mall, which saw customers skipping Thanksgiving dinner to line up almost a day before some stores’ 8 and 9 p.m. openings. The line at the Walmart in Watchung started forming at 1 p.m. …
Friday, November 23, 2012
Local businesses will offer a plethora of perks to kickoff the holiday shopping season!
Get a jump on your holiday shopping this Black Friday by staying local. Ditch the big crowds and long queues at malls. Montclair businesses are offering a plethora of deals, sales and bargains this Black Friday to pique your interest and get you in their shops. If you've had your eye on something in a local store's window, now is your time to buy! Below you can find the various discounts and sales Montcliar businesses will offer on Friday, according to the Montclair Center website. Modern Yarn, 182 Glenridge Ave. 25% off all yarn, even clearance yarn Crimson Salon, 208 Glenridge Ave. 20% off gift cards and 30% off retail which includes hair products, variety of jewelry, scarves, and iPhone cases Montclair Book Center, 221 Glenridge Ave…
Ready, get set, go shopping! The bargain hunting starts early this year, so Patch has compiled the best big box discounts to give you a head start.
If you want the best Black Friday deals, you'll barely have enough time to gobble down your turkey; forget about your pumpkin pie. Stores are opening earlier than ever on Thanksgiving to grab Black Friday shoppers. Toys 'R Us, Walmart, Kmart and Sears open their doors at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Target opens at 9 p.m. Many others open at midnight or very early Friday morning. Several stores are offering waves of doorbusters. Many also are advertising online deals, which include free shipping, and Black Friday prices all day Thanksgiving. The early start to Black Friday has even prompted some opponents to start petitions against the practice. Don't forget Saturday in Montclair is Small Business Saturday! If you are a local small business …
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
If you plan on shopping elsewhere in Essex County, then check out these deals in the Caldwells!
Black Friday deals are not just for big box stores. Small businesses in the Caldwells are offering incentives to kick-off your holiday shopping locally. Pink Bungalow, at 347 Bloomfield Ave., in Caldwell, has a special gift for customers who spend $100 or more on Vera Bradley—a free holiday tote in the new Dogwood pattern. The shop also has a door-buster deal. The first 25 customers to spend $25 or more will receive a free market tote. Runway, at 3 Smull Ave., in Caldwell, is taking 25% off items throughout the store. The boutique sells women and children’s clothing, accessories and gifts. My Daughter's Closet, a girls consignment shop at 3 Brookside Ave., in Caldwell, is offering 25% off all merchandise on Black Friday. Flair Jewelry & …