Avoid products with prices ending in .99 – these are full price.
Items with prices ending in .97 are deals decided by the store manager. These won’t be around for long and can offer amazing discounts.
Prices ending in .49 or .79 are a manufacturers special offer. These prices usually apply to products which are heaving a trial run and are usually priced cheaper than their retail price.
Watch out for products that end in .00, the manager wants these items off the shelf for good. That means that they’re priced down and nearly out of stock.
Labels with an asterisk are reserved for items that are discontinued. Usually, these are priced cheaply to get them off shelves.
Is it weird I feel like I’m part of a secret club or something?
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