Thursday, October 04, 2007

An Open Letter, Vol III (I think)

Dear Muskegon Target;

When you're closing one store to open another, you may find that the merchandise moves faster if you discount it. There's no way I'm going to pay full price for those 500 thread count sheets still left on your shelf, but had you discounted them I might. If you knock everything in the store down to 50% off I'm guessing whatever you have left will be gone before you close next Tuesday. Just sayin'.

Good move putting the expensive chocolate on 30% off, though. I did avail myself of a few bars. The Chocolove Candied Ginger and 65% Dark Chocolate bar? I'm one happy preggo.

But think about the discount, will you?

Kisses,

Heather

2 comments:

Deb said...

I love it when stores say " Going out of business, everything must go", and then 6 months later they are still open! Thats why everything isnt marked down!

thordora said...

If they're just opening another store and not closing out completely, it's cheaper for them to move it to the new store than liquidate it. Hence the lack of reductions.