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A Surge in Online Shopping for the Holidays Is Already On

A new study shows holiday shopping will a lot different this year. Ted Rossman with CreditCards.com says 71% of holiday shoppers plan to buy most stuff online.
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Mall Owners Working Deal to Save J.C. Penney From Bankruptcy

Mall owners Simon Property Group and Brookfield Property Partners are closing in on a deal that would buy J.C. Penney, and save the retail chain from bankruptcy.
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Walmart Testing Drone Delivery Service for Groceries and Household Items

Making purchases at Walmart may soon look very futuristic. The chain has set its sights on delivering groceries and essential household items using drones. Find out more about the pilot program now on RADIO.COM.
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Labor Day Sales 2020: Save Big With These Weekend Blowouts

Make shopping primo deals an integral part of your extended weekend. Check out some of the best online sales happening Labor Day 2020 on RADIO.COM.
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Walmart's List of Top Christmas Toys for 2020

Walmart has released their list of top Christmas toys for 2020. From interactive games to cartoon favorites, the list covers a wide variety of interests. Check out the full list of holiday toys for 2020 from Walmart here!
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Walmart Rolls Out Membership Program With Same-Day Shipping

Walmart is rolling out its answer to Amazon Prime later this month with ‘Walmart Plus,’ a new membership service providing same-day delivery.
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Amazon Prime Day Postponed This Year Due to COVID-19

The global coronavirus pandemic has postponed Amazon’s biggest shopping event of the year. The company officially made the announcement to why it decided to push pack the day.
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Amazon Is Rolling Out a Smart Cart That Knows What You’re Buying and Lets You Skip Lines

Amazon announced that in an effort to streamline trips to the grocery store and make them more enjoyable for customers, it is rolling out a shopping cart that uses cameras, sensors, and a scale to detect what you’re buying. Read on.
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Pier 1 Imports to Become a Web-Only Business

Pier 1 Imports announced that it plans to close all stores permanently, but people can still buy its products. The company announced that it will be a web-only business.
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Walmart's Sam’s Club Launches Contact-Free Curbside Pickup Nationwide

Sam’s Club announced it will be launching contact-free, curbside pickup. The service will be free for Plus-level members and is expected to be available in all clubs by the end of June.
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