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It came, it went and now it’s coming back: The. In a season ,
Brits are due to buy an extra 145million presents online this year due to the Covid-19 crisis – meaning more than one billion presents will be purchased electronically, a study has revealed.
Experts have calculated that the excess packaging from all the presents being delivered online is going to see an additional 150,000 trips by delivery vans – resulting in 86,488 tonnes of additional CO2 emissions.
With many shoppers avoiding the high street, there’s going
When asked her opinion of Black Friday, Deb Collett is as frank and forthright as you might expect from a woman born and bred in notoriously spendthrift Yorkshire .
“A nonsense,” she tells The Independent. “What do companies like Amazon need a special day for? They’re trying to get us buying things 365 days a year.”
She has, instead, come up with a very Bradford
If you’re going to buy bitcoin
for heaven’s sake do it in your individual retirement account.
I’m not saying you should or shouldn’t buy the digital virtual currency, which is booming once again. I’m just saying, if you do decide to buy it, as an investment or a trade, do it in your IRA or some other tax-sheltered account. (A growing number of these let you own bitcoin).
That way you can
This year, the holiday shopping season started earlier than ever thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Retailers have been stretching out their sales windows and making more deals available online so that shoppers stuck inside can still grab their most-wanted items at discount.
Even so, the day after Thanksgiving still stands to be the biggest shopping day of the year. But not all Black Friday deals are created equal. So if you’re wondering what’s worth snagging
IKEA is working towards its goal of becoming a fully circular and climate positive business by 2030.
Everyone’s favourite flat pack furniture store recently announced its new Buy Back initiative – which, as the name implies, will see IKEA buy back unwanted IKEA furniture from customers and resell it as second-hand in store. The scheme was scheduled to launch on Black Friday but, with England’s second lockdown and temporary store closures, it has been postponed
By now you’ve been stocking up onto wear when you go out in public (especially with coronavirus cases surging), and maybe even some . Here, we’ve highlighted our favorites from and reputable stores, including options for to school or for you to and companies that
If you spend a lot of time in your car, you might as well make it as organized, functional, and comfortable as possible.
We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed collects a share of sales and/or other compensation from the links on this page. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.
It’s hard to look at the stock market in 2020 and not feel like you’ve missed some huge opportunities. Tech stocks are booming, working from home seems to be here to stay, and it feels like we’ve had a decade of disruption in just a few months.
As I look at the market today, there are three stocks that stick out as opportunities missed. But if the market crashes, I’m going to scoop up shares
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Amid the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in the U.S., experts are predicting even more product shortages and shipping delays in the weeks ahead. That combined with the fact that more people are opting to shop online (rather than in stores), holiday shopping is happening much
If there’s one part of an outfit that people take very seriously, it’s shoes. They can truly make or break an outfit but also need to be functional for the weather. To do just that, Hershey’s has teamed up with UGGs to make the comfiest and coolest boots you’ve ever seen…inspired by everyone’s favorite candies.
A delicious slice of buttered toast is one of life’s simple pleasures. Trying to spread cold, solid butter as it rips out the middle of the bread while still remaining in one unspreadable clump is one of life’s nightmares. This is why investing in one of the best butter dishes and being able to keep your butter out of the refrigerator is always a smart idea.
Butter dishes keep butter protected from the light, air
Presents for Men, Women, Children and Teachers
In the list below, there are items for men, women, children and teachers — and some creative present toppers this year (which make great stand-alone, budget-friendly gifts, too). This resource will help you choose heartfelt gifts for friends and family, while supporting Catholic companies, including small businesses, entrepreneurs and artists.
1. The Augustine Bible: I love the new ESV-CE translation of the Bible from the Augustine
Mall-focused real estate investment trust (REIT) Simon Property Group (NYSE: SPG) rose more than 20% on Nov. 9 when positive COVID-19 vaccine news put investors in an upbeat mood. While there’s no doubt a vaccine would be a tailwind to Simon’s business, there’s a lot more to unpack here. Here’s what you need to know before you run out and buy this retail REIT.
Although the coronavirus seems like it’s the
If you’ve ever given or received a popcorn tin, you know that they make for easy and delicious holiday presents. Pop a bow on the top and voila — a gift that everyone can enjoy!
New to the world of popcorn tins this year is one made specifically for people who love Cheetos: a 14-ounce tin filled with popcorn coated in Cheetos dust. Yes, Cheetos popcorn!
The tin is exclusive to Walmart and comes with
This year’s event won’t be the same due to the pandemic, but there’s one silver lining: You can shop from the comfort of your couch.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — If you haven’t started decorating for the holidays, now is the time.
The Festival of Trees and Lights is coming to you this weekend. The annual event, normally held at Slugger Field, is going virtual to support the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation. There’s no shortage of décor.
John Lewis has released its much-anticipated Christmas advert for 2020, and naturally there is plenty of merchandise to go along with it.
This year, the department store’s advert is a joint release with Waitrose and is inspired by the sense of community spirit shown by the British public during the coronavirus pandemic.
Titled “Give a Little Love”, the two-minute film is a little different to previous years, which centred on a single protagonist.
The collection, which offers both men’s and women’s clothes, is also quite radical in so far as it subverts the usual industry dynamics whereby Britain’s creatives come up with the blueprint and other countries manufacture it.
Modern Artisan would be designed by students of the prestigious Politecnico di Milano and made at Dumfries House by Brits, who were recruited from all over the country. One of them, a graduate of Middlesex University, told me she’d
INVEST IN TECH THIS FESTIVE SEASON
The festive season is upon us! It is that time of the year when we dive into our savings and indulge in some retail therapy. With Diwali and other festivals coming up, we’re all hoping to make the most of sales and offers, upgrade our gadgets and deck up our homes.
The year 2020 hasn’t been easy on any of us. The pandemic and subsequent
Eight months into the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re no stranger to shopping for just about everything online. (Amazon Prime, come through!) But, admittedly, some things are easier to buy than others.
For example, we already know what a family-size pack of Cheez-Its tastes like (let’s just say we’ve done the research), so we’re pretty confident about that add-to-cart. Wine, however, is a different story. TBH, we’re not even sure we’re