The market is set to kick off its annual holiday shopping season on Monday.
The next day, consumers will head to the malls, thrift stores and big-box stores where they can buy a wide variety of goods and services.
However, many consumers will be staying away from the mall as the shopping season begins.
For many consumers, this is because the malls are so busy that they won’t be able to attend to their shopping needs.
For others, the malls will be closed and there will be limited access to retail stores.
What to do next?
The malls will open for business on Monday, Nov. 1, 2018.
Here are some things you should do.
Check your credit scores.
This year’s ratings will be announced by the Federal Reserve, the central bank that regulates the money supply.
The latest ratings are expected to be released by the end of November.
If you have a low credit score, you might have trouble making a purchase.
The good news is that the ratings agency is predicting that consumers will see an average increase in credit scores over the next three to five years.
If you don’t have a credit score or have a very low score, it is wise to avoid malls.
The best place to shop is in the big box stores where you can find products and services you may need.
If your shopping habits are different from what the rating agency expects, consider purchasing from a discount store or online.
Also, don’t forget to check out local and national news sites, which are usually filled with news on the latest shopping trends and the economy.
You can also search for a store near you.
Be prepared for traffic.
Some malls will have limited parking spaces and it will be difficult to find parking in these places.
If this is your first visit to a mall, it will likely be an exciting experience.
If, however, you are a regular shopper at a local store or are accustomed to visiting malls, the traffic will likely slow down as the holiday shopping period begins.
However to keep your shopping experience going, make sure you have enough time to shop.
If it is very busy, check online for deals.
Stay home if you must.
Many people may have to take time off work or school to shop at the mall.
The time off will give you more time to enjoy the shopping experience.
The last thing you want is for your children to have to go through this ordeal.
Also remember that some malls may have limited accessibility for handicapped patrons.
If a handicapped person is able to enter the mall, you should take advantage of the shopping opportunities in the mall to help make shopping a more enjoyable experience for them.