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Ross Stores is a chain of discount department stores.

All about Ross Stores

Ross Stores, often called just Ross for short, is a chain of department stores that works on a discount or off-price model, which means you can find some really great deals on items here. They sell a little bit of everything, include clothes, accessories, shoes, home decor and furnishings, and lots more. No matter what you're shopping for, you're guaranteed to gt a good price here. 

Although Ross Stores' prices are already low, you can actually save even more money when you shop here! We're going to let you in on a few of the secrets so you can save when you shop. First of all, make sure that Ross Stores is added to your favorites right here on Tiendeo. That way, you'll always have the very latest Ross coupons and deals all in one easy to reach place. You won't even have to think about saving! You can also head on over to their official website, www.rossstores.com, where you can shop the latest offers and sign up for their e-mail newsletter. That means you'lll get access to exclusive deals and discounts only for subscribers. Saving couldn't be easier!

The history of Ross Stores 

Ross Stores was founded by Morris Ross in 1950 in San Bruno, California. It was bought by William Isaacson in 1958, who expanded it to a six-store operation. Today, there are over 1,200 Ross store locations nationwide. 

How does Ross Stores offer its shoppers such great prices? 

Ross Stores is well known for being a great place to get great deals. There are a few things they do to make sure that their prices are always super low for their shoppers. Are you interested in finding out how they can do this? Keep on reading, because we're going to tell you! 

First of all, you might think it's because they buy clothes that are marked down in price for a bad reason - like they were defective or nobody wanted to buy them. Actually, this isn't true! Instead, they wait later in the buying cycle to buy clothing, so they can get the best prices when the retailers really want to move the clothes. 

That means you'll get exactly the same clothes you can get at other stores, just at lower prices! Now that's a good deal.