We're coming up on the biggest shopping weekend of the year, and deals are everywhere. Trae Bodge, smart shopping expert at Truetrae.com, shares the essential tools you need to save the most on your holiday purchases..
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In Houston, the study found spending will be down about $100, as shoppers expect to spend an average of $583, down from $681 last year. And they found 85% of Houstonians plan to shop online, with 45% shopping only online. 57% say they'll do some shopping in stores. And early online sales, such as Amazon Prime Day in October, are why they're shopping earlier this year.