questionswhat is your favorite store to shop at?

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My favorite online retailer to shop from is Amazon. I have Amazon Prime so I get free 2-day shipping and free streaming. I also have the Amazon Visa Card so I get points for shopping at Amazon. I also own a Kindle and a Roku which streams Amazon videos.

Other than Amazon, I don't think I have a favorite.

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Goodwill - Variety, prices, and that my spending has a positive effect are pluses.

Other brick and mortar places - WinCo Foods, Trader Joe's, Fresh and Easy, and Costco.

Online, usually Newegg, Amazon, or Monoprice. Shirt.Woot use to be on the list too, but... well, you know.

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I do almost all of my Brick & Mortar shopping at Costco.

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Brick and Mortar stores I love World Market. Just lots of cool stuff. I also visit many local stores.
You can't beat getting fresh produce, and the quality meat sold by third or forth generation family stores.

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I should have added Thrift Stores, I love other people's junk lol

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Thrift stores, Trader Joe's, the web.

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Target for most things.
Whole Foods for good groceries.
CompUSA RIP was my favorite computer junk store.
Woot! and Amazon are about my fave online retailers.

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I like to shop at Dollar Tree and Big Lots when I am killing time, as their stock rolls over frequently so it's all new stuff every couple of months. I enjoy wandering around Costco and eating samples. I enjoy wandering around Home Depot and Lowes and thinking of interesting ideas to make stuff, often art stuff entirely different from the intended use. My favorite shopping venue is farmer's markets, craft markets, even flea markets where most everything is one of a kind, it's all small entrepreneurs, many of them making or growing their wares by hand.

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Every day items: Various stores on the web (according to price & trustworthyness), Kohl's, and Bj's.

Grocery: Locally there is a small grocery store that is family owned that has a great meat dept, and I also shop at Giant for gas points.

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I like going to antique stores and flea markets just to see all the crazy stuff you can find at them.

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I love to take my granddaughter to Petsmart. We spend hours there looking at the fish and the birds and the animals, she just loves it.

Oh yeah, I buy dog and cat food there too.

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I'm a big fan of Gabriel Bros. and TJMaxx. GB for shoes mostly. TJM for clothes and home goods but usually only off their clearance racks.
I used to shop at Big Lots often back in the 90's but that was before the recent influx of manufacturers produced products specifically for BL (BiG Lots logo and pricing printed on the package.) Back then you could find almost everything at Big Lots, the inventory change over was fairly rapid, and it truly was odd lots of products.
Recently I frequent Target (clearance in the electronics department is a must), Office Depot (again on their clearance products), Harbor Freight, Sears, Home Depot, and Lowes.
I guess I should make a blanket statement that I search for the clearance rack in all of these stores. Occasionally you can bag a really good bargain especially at HD or Lowes.
For food Trader Joes, Giant Eagle Market District, or Save-a-lot.

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My favorite stores don't have names, individually. I prefer farmer's markets and flea markets. I hate malls.

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Wamart after midnight. Walmart has everything and after midnight there are very few people and it is so much more relaxed. Nobody with their cart parked in the middle of the aisle, no kids crying for want they can't have or inconsiderate people to get fustrated with.

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Honestly, I hate "shopping". I've been on too many excursions with my wife. I do most of it online. I dislike crowds, basically.

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I'm not a fan of shopping in general. I use Amazon a lot. Kohl's has become my B&M clothing store of choice.

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Thrift stores, Big Lots, Tuesday Morning, Aldi, and VF Outlets.

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Technology: NewEgg
Books: Half Price Books
Thrift: Goodwill
Fresh fruit and vegetables: Sprouts Farmer's Market (formerly Sun Harvest)
Clothing: JC Penney's and Casual Male Big and Tall (I'm rather tall)
Tools: Sears
Regular Brick and Mortar: Wal-Mart and Sam's
Bargain shopping: Pawn Shops
Impulse: Woot!
Really hard to find stuff: eBay
Movies/TV on DVD: Amazon
Streaming Movies/TV: Netflix

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@lumpthar: I'm with you, I really miss CompUSA. There were a great store for any kind of computer equipment I might have needed. And they were the only store in town to carry Double-sided DL blank DVD's. I really wish I had bought more of those.

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Books: Tattered Cover
Music: Twist & Shout
Clothing: ARC Thrift Stores, Kmart, Torrid
Food: Costco
Shoes: shoebuy.com

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General: Amazon
Cheap: Goodwill
Groceries: Kroger - when I get lucky and there's all these "manager's special" clearance items that are about to expire. Yay for supermarket deals!

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B&M Store: Lululemon & Lego Shop

On-Line Store: Amazon & fleabay (AKA Ebay)