What’s New: Holiday Shopping season starts tomorrow!
And there’s plenty to do!
Here’s what you need to know.
What’s up in the skies!
A storm is brewing in the western sky over the coming days and nights, bringing with it the possibility of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes, which could wreak havoc on the skies over North Carolina and Georgia.
These storms are expected to develop in the northwest on Monday, according to the National Weather Service in Winston-Salem.
It’s also a time for shopping, with many major retailers scheduled to open early or stay open until later on the weekend, with most smaller retailers also opening on Monday.
If you want to take advantage of the free online shopping season, here’s how to start your shopping: The online shopping sites, like Amazon.com, Target, and Best Buy, have announced a limited online sales promotion for the upcoming shopping season.
The first 500 people who visit each store in each region will receive $25 worth of free merchandise from Best Buy.
The offer ends on Thursday, November 19.
Another big online retailer, Amazon.co.uk, has announced a 30-day sale on items including toilet paper, toothpaste, hand sanitizer, nail polish, and even an entire set of Star Wars toys.
“With a strong economy, there are plenty of reasons to shop online,” said Chris Burda, the chief financial officer for Amazon.
“With a few key exceptions, all major retailers are set to open on Thanksgiving Day, which is the busiest shopping day of the year.
The best time to shop is on Thanksgiving, when sales can be the biggest, most competitive sales day of all time.”
For the next several days, Target is holding a 25-day online sales sale.
It’s also opening a few other locations this week, including Walgreens and Walgreen’s Supercenter.
Amazon.com and Amazon.ca also have online sales promotions for Thanksgiving.
Some retailers are also hosting a “holiday shopping day,” in which they’ll be offering special deals on certain items.
You can also check out this holiday shopping guide to find deals on everything from books to furniture to clothing to gifts for your family.
As the days draw near, you can start your new year off right by buying the new, best deals on holiday purchases.
Here are a few places to shop this holiday season: A. Lowe’s: You can now buy an item online at Lowe’s online and in-store starting on Monday through Friday, when stores in the Southeast will be open.
Home Depot: There will be a 30 percent discount on most items from this weekend through Monday, Nov. 23 through Tuesday, Nov 25.
Macy’s: Macy’s is hosting a sale on select items at Macy’s online, at Macy.com.
The deal includes a 30% off select items and a 20% off full-price item.
Home Goods: Home Goods has a 30 day sale that starts this Thursday.
Sears: The discount on select Sears and Kmart items starts this Friday.
Sears Roebuck: There is a 10% off Sears Roeguck items and Macy’s Roebucks and Kohl’s Roegucks.
Target: The sale on selected Target products starts this Sunday.
Target, Macy’s, and Kohls: Target has a sale at select locations on Sunday through Thursday.
Sears Prime: The offer starts at 10 a.m.
EST on Saturday and ends at 10 p.m., Nov. 22.
Kohl & Co.: Kohl’s is holding an online shopping day on Nov. 21 from 11 a.t. to 5 p.p.m, with the sale going until 6 p. m.
EST, Nov 23.
Home: Home Goods has an online sale from Nov. 17 through Nov. 20 starting this Friday at 11 a,m. L.
Macy’th: CVS is holding their online shopping Day from Nov 19 to Nov 21 starting this Sunday at 11:30 a. m., Nov 21.
Home Improvement: Purchases from Macy’s Home Improvement store online will be free until Nov. 24, and purchases from Home Depot will be $10.
Sears &, Sears Roecks: Sears Roeck and Kohler are holding a free online store visit on Nov 20 from 10 a to 5:30 p. S.
Co.: Macy’s is offering free online purchases from their online store from Nov 21 to Nov 24.
Kohls, Home &.; L. Kohli &.: Macy has a free visit Nov. 16 from 9 a