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Old 11-19-2012, 02:45 PM   #16
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Default Re: Occupy Walmart

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Originally Posted by InfiniteBaskets
What are Walmart's biggest cash generating items? Electronics?

Back in the day I remember you couldn't pay someone to buy their clothes at Walmart. I also didn't really see any huge savings on standardized electronic items like smart phones, gaming consoles, etc...

The only things I'd buy at Walmart would be household items / appliances that I wouldn't know where else to buy other than amazon.com these days. Maybe K-mart? lol
Up until 3/4 years ago when GameStop came in Wal-Mart was the only place to get basically anything electronic in my little town. Audio/visual related anyway. Any gaming stuff, TVs, DVDs.
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