Gift cards are a popular holiday present, but what if you could use discounted gift cards to buy the gifts you want to give? There are several websites that can help you do that.
KATU News challenged the owners of Frog Pond Toys in Lake Oswego and Finnegan's in downtown Portland to come up with this year’s top toy list, with one catch – every toy has to cost less than $20.
With holiday shopping season hitting high gear, many shoppers can now arm themselves with the latest go-to gadget that can find you the lowest price on just about anything: the ubiquitous app-laden smart phone.
Guests at Chanel's "Metiers d'art" show emerged with acute cases of sensory overload, as if they were first-time visitors to India.
You've heard of Cyber Monday and Black Friday, but what about Green Tuesday, Camo Thursday and Magenta Saturday? They're all real marketing campaigns that use sales to get people to buy products.
An undercover investigation by the Problem Solvers reveals a major retailer may be shorting customers money when they try to return merchandise with gift receipts.
Oregon Attorney General John Kroger is warning consumers to watch out for scams when shopping online during Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
We'll help you find Black Friday websites, the hottest toys, store hours and more.
No need for a salt shaker on the Thanksgiving table: Unless you really cooked from scratch, there's lots of sodium already hidden in the menu.
The KATU Problem Solvers share their tips on what shoppers can do before the big day.
European Christmas markets: Crafts, treats, toys, treasures and tradition
Holiday gifts for travelers: The things you can't leave home without, from bags to gadgets
Nordstrom managers told KATU News the store's long-standing policy of no Christmas decorations until after Thanksgiving is still true this year.
Fashion blogger and Stylist Rebecca Alexander Pickrel says that spending more on key clothing items can actually save us money in the long run. She joined us in our studios today to show us where to spend and where we can save.
A week before Halloween and two full months before Christmas, stores are desperately trying to outdo each other in hopes of drawing in customers worn down by the economy.