Although half of U.S. adults plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year, less than one-quarter of them plan to go out for dinner, down from previous years. However, a survey reported that 41 percent said they’d plan a special dinner or celebration at home.
Two places to compare prices for Valentine's Day chocolates are Target and Macy's, according to DealNews. For reduced prices on Godiva chocolates, check their website often because the prices change frequently. Be sure to shop early, too.
What should you expect from Valentine’s Day sales for 2021? The sales have already started, so shop early. Shopping early means you’ll not only have a better selection, but you’ll also save on shipping.
Just because a toy is being sold doesn’t mean it’s safe. For each of the last five years, the Consumer Product Safety Commission has documented that U.S. hospital emergency departments treated about 225,000 and 250,000 children with toy-related injuries every year.
With one to two people dying every minute in the United States as the coronavirus surges, it’s challenging to get into the holiday spirit. However, even in these pandemic times, people are looking for joy, hope, and love during the holiday season.
Cyber Monday used to be the leftovers from Black Friday. However, it’s becoming one of the biggest shopping day of the year – if not the biggest.
I wanted to do a tip on Instagram to keep shopping if you haven’t found your Black Friday deal yet. Cyber Monday is coming up, and some store are continuing to offer deals throughout the weekend.
To help you make the best choices for your Black Friday shopping, you need to know what to buy and what not to buy. Even on the biggest sales holiday of the year, not every deal is a good deal.
Children could be more susceptible to certain toy-related hazards because they are likely to be at home more due to the pandemic, the U.S. PIRG Education Fund warns. It can be a difficult task, trying to keep kids of different ages busy with safe activities they can perform without supervision.
With the pandemic, many local holiday markets and craft fairs have moved online. Scammers are creating phony copycat events that charge for admission and steal your credit card information.