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Offline SpinningUnamusing

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On defective issues
« on: November 11, 2013, 06:02:11 PM »
They said products are put on a great sale because there are slight defective on the items. How true?
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Offline SpinningLatticing

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Re: On defective issues
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2013, 12:14:18 AM »
This is not always true. If they are, the stores would provide that information to the buyers. You know those sale bins? They separate items on bins. Some bins contain defective items, while some contain items that are no longer in season. Stores have to go on sale to attract buyers, and to get rid of old stock so they can start selling the new stock. Even when it says 50% or 75% off, they stores are still making profit. The items they sell are marked up at least 300% to cover overhead costs and still make profit, so the sale is not really letting go of items for less the actual cost. There is always profit.
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