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Video: Earlier Deals Dilute U.S. Thanksgiving Weekend Sales: ShopperTrak

By Clip Syndicate
Retailers rolled out holiday promotions earlier in November this year, denting sales growth over the Thanksgiving weekend that typically marks the beginning of the holiday spending period, according to data released on Dec. 3 by ShopperTrak. The retail tracking firm said total in-store sales between Thanksgiving Day on Thursday and Sunday rose 1 percent compared to the same period last year while the number of visits to stores fell 4 percent. The company has forecast sales at stores will rise 2.4 percent for the season. ShopperTrak said during "Black Weekend" 2013, shoppers spent an estimated $22.2 billion, compared to last year's $22 billion.

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