Thursday, November 22, 2012
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. Here's everything you need to know about Black Friday. Read on for more specific deal information. …
Monday, November 19, 2012
The White Lake Kohl's will open at midnight on Friday, Nov. 23.
Monday, November 19, 2012
Kohl’s has revealed its full “Operation: Black Friday” sales event circular on Kohls.com, allowing customers to preview Black Friday deals earlier than ever. Kohl’s Black Friday sales event offers unprecedented value to all customers with more incredible savings opportunities than ever before and more ways to shop and share the best offers of the season. Kohl’s customers can shop the more than 500 Early Bird specials available on Kohls.com starting on Wednesday, Nov. 21, Kohl’s earliest offering of Black Friday deals ever, and in stores starting at 12 a.m on Friday, Nov. 23. All Kohl’s shoppers will earn $15 Kohl’s Cash for every $50 spent in store or online, with no earn limit, during the “Operation: Black Friday” sales event. Savings …
Monday, November 12, 2012
The White Lake restaurant, and Detroit Free Press Restaurant of the Year, is offering several holiday specials including deals on bottles of wine and holiday pies.
Need to bring a dessert to Thanksgiving dinner but don't want to cook? The Root Restaurant & Bar in White Lake is offering 10-inch house made pies to-go throughout the holiday season. The pies, that serve 12, will be $30 and are made using Guernsey's dairy, Michigan farm fresh eggs, Michigan sugar, and local, seasonal produce, according to Executive Chef James Rigato. Interested customers can choose from a variety of pies including: All Thanksgiving pie orders must be made by noon on Monday, Nov. 19. Pies will be available for pickup anytime on Wednesday, Nov. 21, from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. The restaurant will be closed on Thanksgiving. To order a pie, call 248-698-2400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. However, The Root will be open on Black …
Monday, November 28, 2011
Black Friday spending reached all-time levels this year, but the biggest jump was in 'couch commerce.' Have you shopped mobile this year?
Spending reached all-time Black Friday highs this weekend as a record 226 million shoppers jumped into holiday purchases – many of them using mobile devices to do so. The average holiday shopper spent $398.62 Black Friday and Saturday, according to a National Retail Federation survey. And Black Friday global mobile payment volume increased 516 percent from 2010, according to data from PayPal. A lot of mobile shopping appeared to take place from the couch following Thanksgiving dinner: Five times as much was spent that day via mobile as was spent on turkey day 2010, PayPal's blog reports. According to eBay, U.S. shoppers purchased nearly 2 1/2 times as many items through mobile devices this Black Friday compared with 2010. What about you…
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Here's a look at what's happening around town this weekend.
1. 'Black Friday' Brunch Where: The Root Restaurant & Bar, 340 Town Center Blvd, White Lake When: 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 26 Cost: No charge to enter restaurant; brunch menu item prices range from Why go: Replenish and refresh yourself between shopping trips with this eclectic brunch menu. 2. 'Gobbler Gallop' Walk/Run Where: North Main Street and E. Commerce Road, downtown Milford When: 8:30 a.m. (but get there early if you need to register that day) Cost: Register online ASAP for a $10 (one-mile walk) or $20 (four-mile run); cost for the run on race day is $25. Why go: Proceeds support Save Our Sports program for Huron Valley athletics. 3. Annual Christmas Parade Where: North Main Street and East Commerce Road, downtown Milford When: …