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  • Back-to-school shopping is a bargain hunt
  • Back-to-school shopping is a bargain hunt
    Florian Ramel (2014) ©
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Back-to-school shopping is a bargain hunt

Young people are beginning to shop more like their parents – seeking out bargains and waiting for full-priced items to go on sale. As parents and children alike adopt thriftier habits  dodging big brands and reusing clothes back-to-school shopping sprees are on the decline.

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