Walgreens' Red Nose Day certainly possessed that “wow” factor with more than $21 million raised to fight childhood poverty in the event's U.S. debut.
Target is offering free credit monitoring for a year for customers who shop at its stores, the mass merchandise retailer said Monday.
Back-to-school shoppers plan on stretching their dollar and taking advantage of retailer incentives to save, PriceGrabber said.
Survey data from PriceGrabber, an Experian company, found that many consumers will continue to hit the stores through the final days leading up to Christmas.
Latinos spend more than any other population segment on laundry and household cleaning supplies, according to the latest market research from Packaged Facts.
Back-to-school shopping likely will take place even later this year than in 2010, as consumers hope to score last-minute deals, the latest forecast from PriceGrabber revealed.
Walmart had high Web traffic numbers for the week ended Nov. 27, which included Thanksgiving and Black Friday, according to data released from Experian Hitwise.