In my opinion, unless you're a total introvert, agoraphobic, disabled or too lazy to leave the house, your best bet to buy most things you need is locally. Go to the Yellow Pages, read your local newspapers, drive around the shopping areas, go to local free ad websites and talk to people you know about what you need. I generally buy most of my stuff from the big department stores but if I need something like furniture, I'll check out the furniture stores on the poor side of the town because the prices for the same goods are often much cheaper than a store in the higher class part of town plus you can often haggle with the owner on a cash deal. By shopping on the poor side of town at supermarkets for food, you can often save several dollars on a load of groceries. Beyond that, I generally go to the thrift stores a few times a year to buy t-shirts, clothes and anything else that strikes my fancy as I look around.... washing system. sunfrost.com, energyefficient refrigerators. thermor.fr, induction cooktops. walmart.com whirlpool.com ... source of appliance parts and repair help, advice, parts and some repair manuals acmehowto.com applianceaid.comanbsp;...
|Title||:||The "People Power" Family Superbook: Book 13. Shopping Guide (Online Shopping, Product Reviews, Department Stores, Trade Shows, Closeout - Wholesale, Factory Outlets)|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-03-31|