25 thoughts on “This is the cheapest store I've been to, and I actually like their merchandise. How do they do it?

    • Anonymous says:

      They function as a backdoor for clothing companies selling off deadstock, overstock, or they buy inventory from stores that are going out of business.

      Marshall’s in my area is only good for basic things like graphic tshirts and underwear but Ross is better for pants, jackets, shoes. Marshall’s has horrible shoe selection and horrible pant selection.

      • Anonymous says:

        I think it heavily depends on the area. Where I am, Marshall’s has pretty much everything.
        But with Ross, I can sometimes make out with a few good finds, but it’s 90% moron/wigger shit.

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/vzrYkA4.jpg

      Love ross ngl

      used to work in a Ross in 2018, worst job I ever had by a long shot but I would like to point out to any anons shopping there that theres a very good reason only illegal immigrants and broke-broke people shop there, half the products I would receive were definitely not fit for humans to wear. every box from those warehouses stank of mouse piss. in the winter most of the boxes had some kind of window cleaner or soap that would freeze and burst in transport and would soak all the other products in chemical concoctions. I would routinely relieve boxes of clothes that were dated up to 6 years beforehand. most name brand products were cast offs or Grey market/ counterfiet products. nothing actually looked right or were notably cheaper feeling or constructed than they should have been. every once in a while you would get a diamond in the shit pile but it was rare.

      I’ve never found anything I’ve liked in these stores. Their clothes are trash. If anons are shopping at these places it explains so much about this board. Low tier fast fashion pieces from Zara and hecking Forever 21 are ten times better than goddamned Ross and Marshalls.

  1. Anonymous says:

    everything I’ve purchased here was always a little off fitting (sleeve length wrong, chest logo sitting in a weird spot, etc)

  2. Anonymous says:

    Story time
    >be me
    >not be someone else
    >first time in RDFL
    >homeless_Hispanic.pdf enters the store and begins to grab shit that’s lying around
    >spic_empoloyees_suspicious.avi
    >he_moves_to_the_exit.xlsx
    >employee.sys blocks his way tells him to leave the stuff in the store
    >homeless starts to scream.wav, threatens to call his lawyer
    >TIL.rdt homeless are poor because they have to pay their lawyers
    >exit.dll

  3. Anonymous says:

    It smells like a dirty dollar store backroom
    Also they only sell clothes for Lil nig and Mexican middle schoolers, maybe it’s my area

  4. Anonymous says:

    used to work in a Ross in 2018, worst job I ever had by a long shot but I would like to point out to any anons shopping there that theres a very good reason only illegal immigrants and broke-broke people shop there, half the products I would receive were definitely not fit for humans to wear. every box from those warehouses stank of mouse piss. in the winter most of the boxes had some kind of window cleaner or soap that would freeze and burst in transport and would soak all the other products in chemical concoctions. I would routinely relieve boxes of clothes that were dated up to 6 years beforehand. most name brand products were cast offs or Grey market/ counterfiet products. nothing actually looked right or were notably cheaper feeling or constructed than they should have been. every once in a while you would get a diamond in the shit pile but it was rare.

    • Anonymous says:

      >every once in a while you would get a diamond in the shit pile but it was rare
      This is the key takeaway. You can find good stuff but you gotta be consistent, pop in maybe once or twice a week and browse around like you would a thrift store.

      • Anonymous says:

        this is actually why i enjoy occasionally shopping at rack stores like ross and burlington. It’s mostly trash 90% of the time but once in a while you find something you really like. It’s kind of like a treasure hunt in that aspect.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Ross, Marshalls, Home Goods, and TJ Maxx are good for discount snacks and SOME stainless cookware for cheap. Their home decor looks is generic pressboard Dollar Tree shit and their clothes are polyester rags that drape over the nicest figure like a cardboard box. The occasional cute mug is enameled with Chinese lead. I don’t understand the middle aged white mom appeal.

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