Don’t you just love aWe do too – look at the ones we found on the weekend – 2 DVD movies and 2 colorful coffee cups (not from you-know-where) for – are you ready – $8.97 and NO sales tax here in NH.
good great bargain?
These DVD films were $3.99 each.
Does life get any better than this?
Yes, it does – check out these coffee mugs at 99 cents for 2 !
OK, you can find a coffee mug for $1 apiece at a discount store, but this pair of red beauties originally sold at Pier 1, a national up-scale retailer. Both were brand new and “Made in Spain” which beats “Made in China” any day for us. Check out those great handles too – perfect for when Grenville brings me coffee in the a.m. (Yes he’s a sweetie to do that.)
Where did we get these great deals?
Thanks for asking – we bought them at a Savers in Nashua, NH. Regular readers of this blog know that we
Savers, Inc. headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, is a privately-held chain of over 200 for-profit thrift stores operating in the U.S., Canada, and Australia. Yes, Savers is in business to make money. It’s been operating this way since 1954 and is considered a leader in the retail thrift industry.
Compared to nonprofit thrift stores, Savers is a competitor with a unique business model and connects with non-profit charities nationwide to collect items for sale in its stores. Savers, pays them for the items at a bulk rate regardless of whether they ever make it to the sales floor. It also accepts donations directly from consumers at its retail locations. The company claims to have paid over $1 billion to nonprofits in its 57-year history supporting
local community programs.
We’re watching The Proposal tonight.
The red mugs were tried out this week using this pumpkin spice coffee. It was delicious served with cinnamon flavored coffee creamer.
Sorry, we only have 2 red cups. If you find more, come join us for a fresh cuppa coffee.