New York City - Metro-Leisures

Wednesday, December 08, 2004

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The Internet can't even compare to what we have here in NYC.

We have the largest department stores and the best private small shops.
Tell us whatever!

6 Comments:

  • Retailing Low Blows

    If your a native New Yorker, setttler or just a commuter and are looking for the best prices there are many locations to choose from. Besides locations we have diffrent types of ways to find out what and where are the best prices for clothing. For one Macy's is always advertising cupon's in newspapers. I figured out that the best way to find out the best prices to shop is word of mouth. Word a mouth gives a shopper an upper hand when searching for clothing or appliacnces espeacially in an expensive city like New York. When a person gives you a location and name or better yet guide lines on how to negotiate at that location, makes the deal, ever so much easier. So I want everyone to know if you ever walk into an idependent shopping store you can always lower the price by asking for the owner or manager for a deal, because stores never want to keep an item just laying there on the rack. The treat of never selling is bad business in retail. If you can beat Macy's why not go ahead and give it a chance, but be aware that Macy's always gives big discount as new inventory enters their doors. Never forget to do your research before you shop. Do not be scared to be a window shopper, be a smart shopper. This is I-reazy

    By Blogger Iraq, at December 12, 2004 at 9:20 PM  

  • If you don't feel ashamed to shop in a free market ,I will tell you a place where I know that you can buy any thing ,new,used... on the street.From that market you can find some precious things but very cheap price such as some softwares that we need but no body know how to use them, some tools to use at home, shoes,cloths.If some one who love to collect antiques ,may get some unvaluable thing from here.That place at corner Grand street and Broadway.You can take all blue,green or orange train and get off at Broadway or Canal street.Just go on weekend(Sat,Sun).Good luck.....Oh! one more thing I foget to tell you.Don't be panic if the cops come to disband the crownd just relax and walk away .

    By Blogger OLDLENS, at December 14, 2004 at 7:42 AM  

  • New York is a shopper's utopia. You can find almost anything and everything from all over the world in the many stores throughout the city. And the best part is that now you can shop TAX FREE in NYC, on clothing and shoes priced under $110.

    I know some of you may not find this fancy, but if you have to cook and you want to have quality food then read on.

    I have shopped at Whole Foods in 59th Columbus Cirle. That place is the best for grocery shopping. Everything is either organic or just plain better than what you could get at a regular store like C-town.

    One fabulous thing about it is that organic food is generally lower in fat. Then you have no hormones and no preservatives, so techincally you will have a healthier life. Now it is slightly more expensive than most things but trust me, it's worth it.

    If you want to lose a few extra pounds, live a healthier life, and you don't mind spending a little more cash, then this is the place to go.

    Now, as for clothing, I suggest Filene's Basement. One word describes it best: CHEAP!
    Well a better would actually be inexpensive, especially for the quality that you get for the cash you spend. I know of two location in the city.
    One is at 620 Sixth Avenue btwn 18th and 19th Sts, (212) 620-3100 and the other at Broadway and 79th Street, (212) 873-8000

    -LilxLing

    By Blogger Lil'Ling, at December 14, 2004 at 2:00 PM  

  • For the ladies out there who like to shop the the probably already know about Century 21. For those who don't I feel sorry for you. It is an amazing discount department store. The prices are the best in town and the selection is amazing. It is located on 22 Cortlandt Street, which is a short walk from Wall Street. If you haven't been there yet, what are you waiting for?

    By Blogger Kim, at December 14, 2004 at 2:32 PM  

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    By Blogger Iraq, at December 14, 2004 at 6:24 PM  

  • Shopping is not the only thing I do when loking for the right pair of pants to match the shirt, shoes for the hat and so on. I check out the females when I shop. There's a heavy selection of those at Herald Square 34th street. Over at Herald Square you have Manhattan Mall, and the bigest Macy's in the world all in one location so you know traffic is congesting. When I go to the Foot Locker located between those locations I see at least 20 babes walk my way, or even going toward my destination. Which one do I choose first? I dont know, because they all look so tempting and I'm a gentalman, I don't want to make one feel less than another. This is I - Reazy

    By Blogger Iraq, at December 14, 2004 at 6:27 PM  

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