The Christmas season often called the holiday season (often called the holiday season), or the holiday season, is an annual time that is well-known in many Western lands and countries and is generally considered to run from late November to early January. It is defined as having at least Christmas, typically the new year, and numerous other holidays and celebrations. This is often associated with a shopping period involving a busy commercial season(“Christmas (or holiday) shopping time”) and a sales cycle at the end of the season (“January sale”).
In all Western Christian traditions the word “Christmas season” is considered to be synonymous with Christmastide, which runs from December 25 (Christmas Day) to January 5 (Twelfth Night or Epiphany Eve), popularly known as the 12 Christmas days.
Since the middle of the 20th century, as the Christmas holidays associated with Christmas and the seasons of technology have become more and more popular and important to American economics and culture in certain circles, while religious-cultural sensitivity has risen,
Towards the end of the 20th century, the Hanukkah Jewish holiday and the recent American Cultural holiday began to be considered part of the “holiday season” in the US, a phrase that has been around, since 2013, similarly or more than the “Christmas” period in American media to refer to the holiday season.