What is a hypermarket, and what you need to know about it?
As stated in many dictionaries, a hypermarket is a store with an area of over 20 thousand square meters, with a high degree of mechanization and automation of loading and unloading operations, intended for the sale of relatively large quantities of goods in container packages of the manufacturer. Indeed, in our new century, hypermarkets are very popular among the population. Even in medium and fairly small cities, such large stores began to appear. And this is good only to a certain extent … Some people are skeptical about such “hyper” shops – they came once and left five thousand on the checkout, their eyes spread on the shelves, on which the proposed product was neatly arranged, the legs were “wadded”, and spent a lot time for purchases … Others try to visit hypermarkets every week, because shopping distracts from everyday life. Another plus of hypermarkets is promotions held there, during which you can buy goods with significant discounts and discounts. one place: food, household chemicals, household utensils, and household appliances … The list goes on and on, but there is one “but” … And everyone will understand me – coming home and unloading bags we often ask ourselves the same question: “How did this expensive gizmo end up in our bag?” To learn how to save money, when you come to the big stores, take with you an amount not more than the one you can really afford to spend. Recently it has become more and more popular to pay at the checkout with a bank card but in the heat you can lose vigilance and spend all the funds from your account. It is important to take into account that everything that lies on the middle shelves in hypermarkets is mainly well-known brands, products and goods of famous brands. Look up and down – on these shelves you will find your product at a more affordable price! When choosing a particular thing, inspect it if there is no factory marriage on it. We looked – great! On food packaging, carefully study the composition and shelf life. Sometimes non-fresh goods are put forward, and we take the first can of canned goods … A fresh product, as a rule, lies in the depth of the display case. Many hypermarkets have their own fitting rooms, where you can measure your favorite clothes, shoes, look in the mirror and choose the model that suits you. The hike to the hypermarket should be carefully planned – you need to know in advance what you need to buy. If you bought a product, and it turned out to be overdue, low-quality, defective, you have every right to go to the information desk and write a statement about the return of funds for low-quality goods. If you, passing the shelves with the goods, inadvertently touched and dropped it on the floor, then everything depends on the correct layout of the goods. If the goods were on the very edge of the showcase, you will not pay for the damaged goods, if the goods were lying in a row, according to the calculation, you will have to pay the required amount for it. If any of the goods you need is not in the shop window, and only the price tag is hanging, ask the manager of the sales line about the availability of goods in stock. Perhaps he did not have time to lay out. After purchase, be sure to take a check! Without it, you will not be able to claim for the goods purchased. Carefully inspect all prices listed there. Sometimes it happens that the price tag shows one price, and on the check we see a completely different one. You are obliged to sell the goods at the price indicated on the price tag. Excuses like “we did not have time to change the price” do not accept. If the hypermarket is really famous, then the staff should take care of replacing the price tag in time. In general, a trip to the hypermarket is an important matter that requires the implementation of many subtleties. And for you, dear readers, I have tried to open them.