Archive for the 'Christmas News' Category

One Helluva Tree!

Friday, December 17th, 2010

While most of us will spend max $2,000 on our artificial Christmas trees to last us years and years…and years and years and years…the Emirates Palace Hotel in the United Arab Emirates has spent over $11 million for one year! $11.5 million to be exact. Covered in diamonds, sapphires and other precious gems, this 40-foot [...]

Post Black Friday Deals At Christmas Coupons

Sunday, November 28th, 2010

Image via “This year’s Black Friday sales rose only 3% as consumers wait for store’s to get desperate,” says Chicago-based consulting firm McMillian Doolittle. (GREAT name!) And wait we shall. When it finally comes time to pounce, you have Christmas Coupons to turn those bargains into the best Christmas deals ever! Gap is offering a [...]

Oprah Loves Balsam Hill Christmas Trees!!!

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

Image via Every year Oprah busts out her Favorite Things to show off and suggest, and this year Balsam Hill wasn’t one of them BUT they did decorate her set! Why Balsam Hill wasn’t one of Oprah’s Favorite Things is far, far beyond us here at Christmas Coupons, since Balsam is the best place [...]

How to Make a Grown Man Cry

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

Alright, I guess I’m repeating myself with this post—in a way. I’ve written about before, but since they’re constantly offering new deals, some of the best discounts I’ve seen anywhere, I have to keep on top of them! is now offering the lowest prices on HDTVs, some slashed almost $100! I’m sorry did [...]

Holiday Retail Sales Are Up!

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

 For many people, 2009 has been a fiscally icky year, and typically many retailers rely on Christmas sales numbers to forecast the next year. Naturally retailers were anxious heading into the holiday season. And apparently, consumers are feeling confident about 2010, because spending for holiday 2009 is up. Comscore, an internet marketing research company, reported [...]

How Much Are we Spending this Year?

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

How much are Americans willing to spend on Christmas this year?  The Conference Board Consumer Research Center has revealed their poll of 5,000 households, and the view is pretty gloomy – for retailers, at least.  They find that households headed by Americans under the age of 25 have spending plans down 17%.  Within the age [...]

Retailers Offering New Christmas Cheer

Monday, November 16th, 2009

When the Thanksgiving leftovers are stashed safely in the fridge, it’s time to break out the Christmas music.  Bing Crosby, the Beach Boys, Elvis, some Dolly Parton or Mariah… These are the traditional standbys, and their nostalgia-inducing effect is used by retailers as a tool to drive Christmas sales.  This year, though, retailers are replacing [...]