Tips On Getting The Best Deals At Our Warehouse Sale

The Warehouse Sale Survival Guide

We are already deep in to the Holiday season. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and Christmas is rapidly approaching. Your weekends of “free time” are running out. Some questions running through your head might be: “Did the kids study for their tests next week?”, “When do the in-laws come in to town again?”, “Did you order the turkey?”, “Why are these clothes still wet?”, or “Where’s my phone?!” We can’t answer all of those questions, but we can make it just a little easier when you come to the sale this weekend.

November 20 – 22, 2015

We know your life is hectic right now, so here is a list of tips you need to know before coming to our sale:

1. Get here EARLY…
The warehouse sale is a “first come, first served” event. We typically have a line about an hour or so before we open to the public. Don’t wait until Sunday, you might lose out…
2. Purchase Sheet Music by the Pound!
That’s right! All of the sheet music for sale is sold by the pound! There will be a scale for you to weigh and tally all of the music before you get to the register. We will also have boxes and will assist in taking your purchases to your vehicle.
3. Ask questions…
There is so much product here, it is hard to comprehend. Ask anyone with a name tag and they should be able to help you find what you are looking for.
4. The prices marked are the lowest they will be… ever.
Come ready to “pull the trigger.” There is nowhere else for the prices to go except up.
5. Get here early…
I know we already mentioned this, but it is so important we needed to say it twice. The best deals are the ones that go first…

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