English supermarkets
Major major supermarkets are Tesco, Sainsbury's and Marks & Spencer. They can buy meat, fish, vegetables, fresh bread, dairy products, household chemicals, ready-made salads and dishes. The latter has a…

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Shopping Should I listen to the advice of sellers?
Who, when and how did he convince me that this fanciful pseudo-leather jacket “snake-like” of a monstrous greenish tinge suits me? To whom I laid out a serious amount for…

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Sales in the USA
During the sale (Sale) prices for goods are reduced by 20-60%. Held at the end of the season and for various holidays and are very popular among Americans. A very…

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SHOPPING AND SHOPPING IN LONDON: RULES FOR SAVING MONEY AND TIME

Before you start talking about shopping in London, you should distinguish between three groups of “Rousseau tourist”. The first, not numerous, but very wealthy, belongs to the “classical” category of people, for whom shopping is a kind of illness on a psychological level. The prices do not matter, the main thing is to buy! Continue reading

Children’s shopaholism: why is it so relevant?

Almost all parents are faced with the fact that the grown-up child more and more often starts talking about new clothes. By asking for a completely unnecessary (in the parents’ opinion) thing, he confidently motivates the need for a purchase, describing in bright colors the situation that has developed in the class … Sergej Khakimullin, Shutterstock.com After all, the hike for knowledge is becoming more and more a demonstration of his style, and often belonging to a particular subculture. Continue reading

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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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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