Ross is a retail department store, mostly focusing on clothing for men, women, and children.
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Ross buys new clothes that haven't sold from other stores. Overstocks, slightly defective, out-of-season, and apparel that just hasn't moved from another, first-pick location ends up at Ross. Think of it like a second-run movie theatre- after all the movie fans have seen, discussed, and dismissed a new feature, it can be viewed for two or three dollars at a slightly more run-down theatre. The product is the same high quality, but the venue is cheaper.
Ross is a sell-through shop, meaning that if an item stays in stock too long, they will keep lowering the price until it finds a buyer. No other company will buy items for resale from Ross, absolutely everything is marked down until it is sold. This means a sweater that was once priced at ninety dollars will, if no one else falls in love will it, sell for two or three dollars after a few months.
New shipments arrive almost every day, but that doesn't mean that the items will find their way to the floor immediately. Most Ross stores will mark and display new inventory once a week, but each store is different. Finding out what day your local Ross puts out new clothes could net you some great deals.
The variety of sources from which Ross purchases its apparel and sundries is so diverse, no consistent catalog can be maintained. That's why items aren't for sale through the website. In fact, items can vary drastically from store to store. This is why treasure hunters love Ross. Name-brand items hide behind knockoffs and imitations, available at huge markdowns. Some brands that have been spotted at Ross:
Local tip: Ross is the best place in the Las Vegas valley to buy bedsheets. You'll find 300+ thread count sheet sets starting at $10.