Back-To-School shopping expected to hit $80 billion in 2019

Back-To-School shopping expected to hit $80 billion in 2019


12 thoughts on “Back-To-School shopping expected to hit $80 billion in 2019

  1. FELLOW AMERICANS, President Trump is about to trample on the 1st, 4th, 5th and 9th Amendments to protect the 2nd. He needs to protect them all! President Trump's #1 job is to protect the CONSTITUTION. Call your Representatives and Senators.
    *No to Red Flags ( these laws hurt those who cannot afford legal representation)
    *No Big Tech watchlists

  2. YES THANKS TO TAX BREAKS ….. AND ….. JOBS SO MANY CHILDREN BE ABLE TO HAVE WHAT THEY NEED. OUR CHILDREN DESERVE TO HAVE DREAMS AND HOPES ALSO!!!!!

  3. Why is everyone so hung up on China tariffs raising prices? Don't they realize we have suppliers in 20 other countries?

  4. So here how it works : you pay 50 bucks for a plastic bag so that your kids goes to school in America to show off their back pack. Soon, holidays will also end for these kids part of slave labor in south east Asia where they are paid 50 bucks… a year (if well paid!). This lady will move her production to wherever labor is cheapest, hence wherever children are put to work. I'm sure they hate these unicorns. Tell the whole story on the product label so that maybe one day kids here stop believing in unicorns.

  5. Inexplicable but true story:
    I graduated high school in 1997.
    Basic school supplies like pencils, paper, binders, etc; are cheaper now than in the early and mid 90s.
    I went to buy my elementary aged kids supplies last week at Walmart and notebooks were 75 cents. 25 years ago the same notebook would have cost at least $2
    I think the ancillary technology-related sh!t (that I don't have to buy yet) is where the costs start skyrocketing.

  6. Trust me Walmart is cutting hours and the back to school section is still full🤔 first day of school pass already fox

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