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September 06, 2006


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I picked up a $59.99 Nautica polo-style shirt at Sam's Club for $10.81! I also picked up a pair of Calvin Klein jeans that were normally priced at $69.99 for $22. The wholesale stores usually have some pretty great prices on clothes.

I was trying to see if I could make a business out of reselling the stuff online. At least on eBay, I would be making any money, but would probably just break even.

I know where to find those outlet 'malls' but not the real 'outlets'. I wonder if there is a list somewhere. I also shop at Filene's Basement (I live in Boston). Great deals.

Great tip! Most people don't pay attention to the sales especially when it means getting the basic stuff at really good deals. Stuff like tshirts, tanks, and jeans which never go out of style are always on sale at the end of summer.

Also try shopping at second-hand clothing stores that offer good style but 10-20% cheaper than if buying new. Or even just selling old (but in good condition) clothes to these stores. Most of them are 40/60 or some 50/50.

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