I do most of my shopping at the thrift shop. They're cheap and friendly there!
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Prefer the one which is more ecological
depends on what they are selling...jock straps...i dont think "friendlier" would be better...heat shield for the Space Shuttle..."cheaper" would probably not work ;-)
i always have good points...i am magnificent! :P
Only Nordstroms will do!
take a loan out before you go ;-)
Definitely the friendlier store!<br />
I recently moved to Santa Fe, NM from Maine. One of the things I love here is that I'll often walk into a local store, get talking with the store owner, and before long we're exchanging phone numbers and giving each other a hug and I haven't even BOUGHT anything!<br />
These are the kind of people I want to give my business to. :-)
I prefer the one that has what I want, you can always negotiate the price just about anywhere if you give it a red hot go and do it politely.
cheaper i'm not rich
I prefer quality.
It depends what I am shopping for as to what store I shop at. I like the people at Albertisons for gro. Stater bro. for meat. I also shop at Target, and Walmart. It all depends on what I am after. And how much time I have.
I don't have a "standard" for shopping, sometimes I go someplace because its convenient, and if I pay a little more, I just deduct it from the the personal cost...Sometimes there is no substitute for quality, but sometimes a higher price doesn't mean its better - but sometimes, it does. And what about online shopping? Doesn't that take the fun out of shopping? I mean, for folks on a budget like me, sometimes the only thing we can afford to do for entertainment is to go to the store to pick up an item and people watch all the other people... I think stores that do a high volume of online sales need to give the instore people a discount on account of the fact they are stealing some of my pleasure.
I actually find that the cheaper the store the nicer the help usually is. The only stores where I've ever been treated rudely are "upscale" retailers like macy's or Banana Republic.
I always shop at Tesco cause they always have what I need & the checkout girls are always friendly. I haven't got the time for corner shops friendly or not.
I like shopping at a store that offers products I want at fair prices and excellent customer service.<br />
Cheap usually comes out more expensive ... and "friendliness" isn't as important as professionalism in business.
Cheaper. I have enough friends
If it's for groceries then I go for quality, come to think of it that pretty much holds up for any type of shopping
Friendly will get my business every time.
It depends on what I am shopping for.
I can handle the cheap customer service