When it comes to designer clothing or other things I like, I don’t care if the label is torn; the color is slightly off; it has a ding (a small ding that is); was last season’s stock; or it has a minor imperfection. The key is being aware of the imperfections and then where to go to find them. I have at least three suggestions.
You can find tees and polo shirts for under $2 and hoodies for $8 or less. No kidding. If you don’t mind small out-of-place stitching, minor imperfections or just plain irregular, check out TheAdairGroup.com.
Have you gone into your local drugstore and spotted low cost t-shirts and socks? There’s a good chance the chain may have obtained those items from TheAdairGroup.com. They are a perfect resource for church fundraisers or you can purchase for your personal use.
Can you live with a ding or two? Check SearsOutlet.com for major appliances. Save up to 40% on microwaves, refrigerators, ovens, washers, dryers and more. Be sure to double check for manufacturer’s warranty should you make a purchase.
Do you tend to favor expensive wines? I was not aware that stores are not in favor of stocking wines if labels are torn, stained or ripped off. This can happen if another bottle breaks in shipping causing a other bottles to suffer ruin. AccidentalWine.com buys these mishaps and sells them for up to 40% off the original price. Check it out if you indulge.
Do you know of other sites that offer irregular merchandise deals? Let us know in the comment section.
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