Off-price sales

Off-price sales emerged in the USA in the early 1980s, where manufacturers offered surplus products that they could not sell through retailers directly to consumers at significantly reduced prices in so-called factory outlet stores. The stores are located on the manufacturer's premises or in inexpensive warehouses on the outskirts.

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