The Bargain Buyer's Guide 2004: The Consumer's Bible to Big Savings Online & by Mail

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Print Project, Oct 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 694 pages
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"This bestselling guide contains the most current information on ordering products and services online, by phone, and by mail at savings of up to 80 percent off the retail price. While finding the best outlets and sources for bargains, consumers will learn how to “shop smart” for every product imaginable—from caviar, gourmet coffee, and clothing to linens, snow tires, and carpeting. Full of large and small businesses that have found innovative ways to save consumers hundreds of dollars on the highest-quality goods and best-known brands, this tome of money-saving advice offers tips on how to minimize shipping and handling fees, keep credit card information secure on the Internet, and access sites and savings unknown to the common consumer. Meticulously researched and actively tested by 25 successful years on the market, this bargain hunter's classic is a resourceful and indispensable sourcebook for those shoppers who refuse to pay market prices. Formerly known as Wholesale by Mail &

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Contents

Apparel Shoes and Accessories
15
JEWELRY
57
MENS BUSINESS ATTIRE
65
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About the author (2003)

Elizabeth Cline is coeditor of previous editions of "The Bargain Buyer's Guide," She lives in Woodstock, New York.

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