How to buy clothes?
Man comes to this world naked. Apparently, this is the natural state of our body, in which the closest connection with the cosmos. Due to various social, weather, aesthetic and…

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How do supermarkets trade? Do not rush!
Is it again that the "cunning traders" deceived the buyer, lured him out of the "hard earned"? Not at all. No deception, continuous "sleight of hand" of modern sellers selling…

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How to protect against fraudsters when shopping in online stores?
A recent survey of Americans on the eve of Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday showed that 96% of shoppers are concerned about the possibility of identity theft. This year’s share…

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discounts of many

Sales in New York

The biggest sales in New York are in the winter and summer, as well as in the few days before big holidays, such as Independence Day on July 4th, Labor Day (Labor Day) – the first weekend of September, February 14th, Easter, Day Memorial Day – the last weekend of May. The biggest sales in New York take place in the period before Thanksgiving Day (Thanksgiving Day) – the fourth Thursday of November, and up to the new year. Continue reading

Merchandising: magic or deception?

A supermarket is a wonderful world of abundance, where you can find everything from crab sticks to a DVD player. It seems that any thing here is waiting for you – just extend your hand. It looks like a fairy tale, is not it? However, if you look closely, a supermarket is a well-organized system, the purpose of which is to force us to buy products, goods and things by any means possible for a bank as large as possible. This is done by special specialists – merchandisers. Continue reading

Can I return items purchased at a discount to the store?
I'm running here the other day home from work, the mood is wonderful, in my pocket salary, towards a smiling stream of people. Rejoices people, spring felt in the air.…

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Price tags and supermarkets. How did Frank Woolworth create them?
We are so used to price tags and supermarkets that we can’t imagine modern trade without them. We think it always has been. Reads Yuri Bering No, no, and again…

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