Saving money is a priority for virtually everyone these days. When you are looking to pick up a tool, the first place you might think of is a box retailer. While there is nothing wrong with buying a brand-new tool from a national retail-chain, shopping at a pawn shop or two can provide you with gently used tools that work just as well for much less money.
The art of haggling was embraced in the U.S.A. until the late 1800s, when the concept of the sticker price was introduced.
I spent the first 6 years of my life after college working for a department store. It was a typical department store and had many stores in many states. During that time, I saw some fantastic deals, learned great marketing techniques, and discovered how to save money in a department store.
Coupons carry all kinds of stigmas, branding users as dorks and misers. Guess what? Unless you're high up in the ranks of a successful company, the recession is still very much 'on.' It's a new era, and it's an era in which saving money is anything but miserly. It's smart.
Saving on Groceries and Drugstore Items