From diapers to dinette sets, rock bottom prices make this discount store a paradise for treasure hunters on a budget..
Since 1985, this Ohio-based retailer has wowed cost-conscious customers with an ever-changing batch of brand-name products. All merchandise is closeout--outdated packaging, canceled orders or discontinued products--and priced to sell at up to 70 percent less than conventional retailers. Peruse the wide aisles of this mega-store for household items, such as frozen foods, cleaning supplies and toys. Some locations also offer furniture, including entertainment centers, desk sets and mattresses.
Sometimes 'change' can be a bad decision. In the past year, the store layout at "Big Lots" on Harding Blvd, Roseville, California has changed dramatically. It's very disappointing, trying to understand why this was done. The store now has a very confused, disoriented, cluttered feeling. Everything is done on an angle, with no sense of organization. I've been a frequent shopper at this store since it first came to Roseville...and was one of my favorites. Now I have discontinued doing business there. Besides the store looking so junky, the prices are extremely high for this type of business. I don't want to see business leave the location, but if what I'm hearing from family and friends, they have the same opinion as myself. I don't mean for this to be a negative writeup, instead I hope if any other customers have expressed a similar opinion maybe they will give the layout a second look. Maybe this "angle" look is a new thing, since I've seen the same thing in some of the Rite Aid pharmacy stores too. Family and friends have expressed a dislike of that layout also.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Facebook to see what your friends are up to!