After Christmas specials may not be there

December 21, 2010 10:13:07 PM PST
Those "end of season" holiday sales we've gotten used to seeing, may disappear.

This is one of those good news-bad news scenarios. Even bad weather on the East Coast isn't keep people away from the malls.

Last Saturday retailers enjoyed their second biggest shopping day of the year. Sales were up $1 billion from the year before and that means stores won't be slashing prices to get you to buy.

"What's happening now is what's left in the store, it's the type of things they want to move. And they believe they can move them with a not as deep a discount as they had last year," says Bill Martin from Shoppertrak.

Clothing and jewelry are the big sellers and surprisingly electronic sales are down.


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