Shopping Demands Sacrifice

To get to the shop in first lines, two Britons lived in a camp before the shop for five days.

Brothers Mathew and Robert Willington wanted to buy cheap furniture in Christmas sale. Already five days before the holidays, they pitched a camp before the shop Dream World in Kingswinford and waited for the sale, which started Friday in Great Britain.

Christmas sale is a very important event, so such sacrifices are understandable, taking into account the size of discounts. Thanks to their watch, the brothers had an opportunity to buy a bed for 20 pounds instead of 480 pounds and a sofa for 200 pounds, while it usual price is 2000 pounds. The brothers managed to outdo the most greedy Britons who usually stay in a queue already since 3:00 a.m. the day before.

In Great Britain, the period of yearly Christmas sales which lasts about a month is the time of general stir and heat, like a hunt. The discounts sometimes make 90 percent of the price, while these discounts are real, because the shop owner could lose his license for ever for deception of a customer at the sale time. Most of buyers look for some goods long before sales to buy them later. This is why it is so important to be in first lines of buyers. Otherwise the whole shopping plan will fail.

Translated by Vera Solovieva

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