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Local Black Friday Bargains

Posted by Hillary Waldron on Thu, Nov 27, 2014

blackfridayIf you want to get started on your shopping & would like to check out some local shops, here are some local deals thanks to the Boston Metro & Boston Magazine. 

Wrentham Outlets
Wrentham Outlets has over 170 stores to choose from. So whether your shopping for a family member, friend or college, guests can find a little something for everyone! 

On top of the already stellar deals, outlets such as Brooks Brothers & Converse will have additional deals on Thursday & Friday. 

Assembly Row
Assembly Row in Someville is now a fun & cool destination for everyone! There are shops, restaurants and entertainment at this new center in Somerville. 

"People are encouraged to post a photo of a desired item from any Assembly Row retailer, and between 5 a.m. and 12 p.m., one shopper every hour will be rewarded with the item they post." 

Legacy Place
TheDedham shopping plaza has a huge Black Friday presence this year. Legacy Place has a store for everyone on yourlist—Urban Outfitters, Apple, Justice, H&M, City Sports,Oakley—so you can bang out your holiday shopping in one trip.

Click here for more suggestions and info on local Black Friday deals! 

 

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'Boston Strong Shop On' Event

Posted by Hillary Waldron on Fri, Apr 11, 2014

boston strongOn April 12th & 13th, shops around the Back Bay area are coming together for a 'Boston Strong Shop On' Event. Participating stores will be donating a portion of their profits to a chairty that gives back to those effected by the Boston Marathon Bombings. 

The members of the Back Bay community would like to "celebrate the strength of Boston with an opportunity to visit the heart of Back Bay and give to those affected by this tragedy.

Customers will be given a map of Back Bay, highlighting the following participating stores: Daniela Corte, Viselli Santoro Salon, Crush Boutique, Robin’s Candy, Reflections, Kitchenwares, Sikara & Co., and Bonobos.

Also, for visiting 5 or more of the participating stores, customers will receive a Boston Strong gift bag, featuring special offers and products from participating stores."

 

Tags: shopping, Back Bay, charity, boston strong shop on

5th Annual South End Holiday Stroll!

Posted by Hillary Waldron on Wed, Dec 11, 2013


Holiday StrollFrom 5:00pm-8:00pm, South End shoppers will receive a discount of 15%-20% from over 30 participating South End retailers! 

"The stroll requires no tickets, parking is free, and a shuttle bus will transport people to and from local parking areas to the shops and restaurants.

The goal of these events is to encourage shoppers to support local businesses in the South End, enable them to experience the sights, shops and service that only small, neighborhood establishments can provide."

Some shoppers will even receive a $10 off dinner coupon if they show their receipt from a participating shop. 

Some of the South End Holiday Stroll retailers and restaurants include Garage Sale, Lekker, Follain, Aquaitaine and Gaslight

Please click here for further information on this event. 

 

 

Tags: shopping, South End, Holiday Stroll, retailers, discount, restaurants

Black Friday (if you are brave enough)

Posted by Katie Beth Clark on Mon, Nov 19, 2012

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So we all know Black Friday is umm.. well intimidating if you ask me. People are everywhere, like literally EVERYWHERE! But, despite the long lines, chaos, and traffic it is worth it for many people if you can snag a great deal. I am guilty as charged when it comes to Black Friday. I go every single year with coupons in hand, and am literally the person jogging across the mall to grab my next bargain before everything is sold out. Since I am an experienced Black Friday shopper I have nominated myself to give a few pieces of advice for all of those rookie readers out there.

1. Pack a turkey sandwich the night before. Why? Because i'm sure you have an unimaginable amount of turkey left anyways, and no way you are going to waste it! Also, why would you stop for a lunch break when those minutes lost could be the very reason you don't get the newest xbox for half price!

2. Make sure your tennis shoes are ready to go. You can't wake up the entire house when getting ready in the morning, so make sure to have your entire outfit ready to go. If you want to really dedicate yourself then sleep in your clothes... I do.... 

3. Keep your sense of humor. A lot of people on Black Friday have plenty of potential to drive you crazy. Adapting to the loony tunes (like me) is mandatory or you will definitely lose your mind. 

Now that you have my top three tips, you may just have a chance to survive. See ya in the shops folks! 

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Tags: shopping, Black Friday, Boston, 365 things to do in Boston

Shop it like it's hott...Newbury Style

Posted by Katie Beth Clark on Thu, Jul 19, 2012

If you are a true shopaholic this is my disclosure - stay away from Newbury Street. If you have made it through shopaholics anonymous, or don't fiend for fine clothes, then you should be good to go. Newbury Street is one of Boston's most chic shopping addresses mixed with elegant boutiques, funky salons and trendy galleries. It is up there in the ranks as being one of Boston's bucket list, go-to-streets. 

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This funky shopping street is not too hard to find. The best way to start is... take the subway to Hynes (Convention Centre) and walk back into the city. The street is full of high end shopping and many funky and alternative shops. And there are many great restaurants and cafes to be found along the street. 

After leaving Newbury Street you will be dressed to impress. Your wallet on the other hand may have taken one for the team. Gotta love those team players :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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