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discount store:

see storestore,
commonly a shop or other establishment for the retail sale of commodities, but also a place where wholesale supplies are kept, exhibited, or sold. Retailing—the sale of merchandise to the consumer—is one of the oldest businesses in the world and was practiced
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Many people who would previously have done one weekly shop are now shopping more often, and using discount stores for some of their grocery needs.
These smaller formats are more closely related to grocery stores than classic general merchandise discount stores.
Major categories include housewares, licensed products, stationery, toys, special package deals for dollar stores and Christmas items, seasonal items, health & beauty, frames, bath items, baby items, hardware, bags, domestics, footwear, gift & novelty, apparel, electronics, and more, perfect for dollar stores, discount stores, and convenience stores.
Plus Discount entered the Bulgarian market in 2009, announcing plans to invest more than 500 million leva in opening new stores over the medium-term, but a deal between Tengelmann and Schwarz, which included Plus Discount stores in Bulgaria, was signed in February 2010.
Yorkshire emerges as the region with the third highest number of discount stores - 137.
The company will also transform some of existing regular Lawson convenience stores into discount stores, the officials said, adding it also plans to enhance sales of its private brand products at the discount stores.
PRINCETON, NJ -- The latest USA Today/Gallup poll finds that department and discount stores are the two main places at which Americans say they are likely to shop for Christmas gifts this year.
In the modern distribution channel for grocery products, which includes hypermarkets, supermarkets and discount stores, every year has seen intensive growth in the number of stores.
A trend this year has been high-end luxury and discount stores prevailing over the mid-level department stores.