Fads come and go, but shopping for bargains is never out of style. Millions of visitors come to the Bay Area every year, and millions more live here. It's safe to assume that all these people are doing a little bit of shopping-and probably spending more money then they need to. Luckily for Bay Area shoppers, Sally Socolich is back with an updated edition of her best-selling guide to the best bargains around, from San Francisco to Sonoma. Profiling more than 650 discount stores, warehouses, and factory outlets, Bargain Hunting in the Bay Area tells readers what to expect in the way of service, selection, and savings. Listings by category - from clothing and cookware to watches and wall-paper - are cross-referenced in handy indexes by store name, location, and type of merchandise. This comprehensive, practical guide should be in the hands of every Bay Area shopper - because there's no excuse for paying full price.
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Fashion fads come and go, but shopping for bargains is always in style. Millions of visitors come to California's Bay Area yearly, and millions more live there. It's a sure thing that a little bit of shopping takes place, and more money gets spent than is necessary. For those who care about getting their money's worth, Sally Socolich's Bargain Hunting in the Bay Area is a godsend. From San Francisco to Sonoma, she profiles more than 700 stores, describing what to expect in way of service, selection, and savings. Listed by category and cross-referenced in handy indexes by store name, geography, and subject, Socolich has done every Bay Area shopper an enormous favor with her comprehensive, practical information and pleasant style.About the Author:
Sally Socolich is a columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle. She lives in Moraga, California.
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