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off-price

(ôf′prīs′, ŏf′-)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or being a retail store that sells merchandise at prices lower than usual.
2. For sale at prices lower than usual: off-price assortments of women's clothing.
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Consumers who purchase at off-price retail outlets are a growing group, reports The NPD Group, a leading global information company.
Now it's time to add off-price retailers such as TJMaxx, Marshalls, and DSW to the list as a potential avenue for growth.
NEW YORK -- Off-price chains have been the second banana of home retailing, but their billing is moving up these days.
The stores offer off-price, brand-name apparel, fashion accessories and home decor products.
Rabinowitz, who now heads a Los Angeles-based design studio with Little, lamented the unusual flight of their brand from luxurious department stores to off-price racks.
NYSE: SSI) today announced that it is launching Steele's, its new off-price concept for small town America.
LAS VEGAS-The Off-Price Home & Gift Show will be held this week, May 8 to 10, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center here.
She's got it down to such a science that she says she can scour the racks of an off-price store and bag a trophy-worthy ensemble (with hat and shoes) in less than an hour - and under $100.
Headquartered in Pleasanton, California, Ross Stores is the nation's second largest off-price company, with fiscal 2005 revenues of $4.
A new trade show for off-price home goods will make its debut in May.
a leading online, off-price retailer, today announced the appointments of Shari Shakun to vice president, general merchandise manager of softlines and Corina Roth to vice president, general merchandise manager of home.
Buyers and sellers of off-price home goods are getting a trade show of their own.