If you like shopping and want to score awesome deals, you’ve got to check out Ross! While the prices are already great, we’ve got a few tips to help you save even more! Read on.
1. Ask a sales associate what’s been marked down: The easiest way to ensure you’re getting a good deal is by shopping items that have been marked down. But how do you know if a product has been substantially discounted? We suggest politely asking a sales executive.
2. Defective (irregular) items are usually marked: When the deals are so great, there’s a chance that what you’re buying may have a slight defect. But the good news is that Ross clearly mentions if the item is irregular on the price tag, and the cost of the item is substantially discounted. If the defect is something very minor, it’s worth purchasing the item.
3. Look for premium products: Yes, you can buy your PJs and t-shirts at Ross, but we recommend looking for premium items like Nike® Air Jordans and luxury skincare products, which would cost a lot if you were to buy them elsewhere.
4. Check how the product is priced on Amazon or eBay first: While Ross does offer amazing deals, it’s a good idea to check the price of an item you are looking to purchase on sites like Amazon and eBay. That way, you’ll know if you’re getting a substantial discount or if the price is about the same online.
5. Ross doesn’t offer price adjustments: Sadly, the retailer does not price match if something you purchase drops in price over the next few days. But, what you can do is return the item, get your money back, and repurchase it at the discounted price. Of course, if the product only costs a few dollars, it may not be worth the trouble. But, if you’re getting a substantial discount, this is something you can try.
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