How do shops such as Home Bargains sell their goods at such low prices?

For example, I got a large bag of Walker’s Sensations from Home Bargains today for £0.59; in the Co-operative and other such large supermarkets, the normal price is £1.89. That’s obviously a very large price difference, and they sell a huge amount of other products regularly at half the price(or more than half) of other retailers. And of course, there’s Poundland that stocks different types of products for only a pound each. How on earth can they(or why would they) do this?

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One Response to “How do shops such as Home Bargains sell their goods at such low prices?”

  1. RoAmS says:

    They buy in bulk (bigger bulk than supermarkets), do deals with people who produce the items, and sometimes sell well-known branded items with less volume than supermarkets do.

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