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7 Things I Always Buy at Bed Bath & Beyond

Money Talks News Logo By Gael F. Cooper of Money Talks News | Slide 1 of 8: The Bed Bath & Beyond home-goods chain isn’t kidding about the “beyond” part of its name. Many of the items that I seek out at my local BB&B have nothing to do with either bed or bath accessories. There’s a kitchen-gadget section to rival any Target’s, a fur-ocious pet-supply area and much more. If you’ve ever shopped at Bed Bath & Beyond, I hope you haven’t paid full-price for your purchases. The store loves to ensure that everyone has a 20%-off coupon to use. Although the coupons come with expiration dates, ask at the register if you can use an expired coupon. I’ve never had a Bed Bath & Beyond employee say, “No.” And, if my husband and I are shopping together, I give him one coupon and at least one of our items so we can check out separately for double savings. Yes, sadly, the chain recently announced it will close up to 150 locations in the near future — but even if yours is among them, there’s still always shopping online. And by the way, Bed Bath & Beyond also matches the prices of major online retailers, as we detail in “12 Stores That Match Amazon’s Prices,” although you can’t combine a coupon with a price match. Coupons firmly in hand, here’s my list of my favorite things to buy at Bed Bath & Beyond. It’s not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter. Sponsored: Add $1.7 million to your retirement A recent Vanguard study revealed a self-managed $500,000 investment grows into an average $1.7 million in 25 years. But under the care of a pro, the average is $3.4 million. That’s an extra $1.7 million! Maybe that’s why the wealthy use investment pros and why you should too. How? With SmartAsset’s free  financial adviser matching tool. In five minutes you’ll have up to three qualified local pros, each legally required to act in your best interests. Most offer free first consultations. What have you got to lose? Click here to check it out right now.

7 Things I Always Buy at Bed Bath & Beyond

The Bed Bath & Beyond home-goods chain isn’t kidding about the “beyond” part of its name.

Many of the items that I seek out at my local BB&B have nothing to do with either bed or bath accessories. There’s a kitchen-gadget section to rival any Target’s, a fur-ocious pet-supply area and much more.

If you’ve ever shopped at Bed Bath & Beyond, I hope you haven’t paid full-price for your purchases. The store loves to ensure that everyone has a 20%-off coupon to use.

Although the coupons come with expiration dates, ask at the register if you can use an expired coupon. I’ve never had a Bed Bath & Beyond employee say, “No.”

And, if my husband and I are shopping together, I give him one coupon and at least one of our items so we can check out separately for double savings.

Yes, sadly, the chain recently announced it will close up to 150 locations in the near future — but even if yours is among them, there’s still always shopping online.

And by the way, Bed Bath & Beyond also matches the prices of major online retailers, as we detail in “12 Stores That Match Amazon’s Prices,” although you can’t combine a coupon with a price match.

Coupons firmly in hand, here’s my list of my favorite things to buy at Bed Bath & Beyond.

It’s not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter.

Sponsored: Add $1.7 million to your retirement

A recent Vanguard study revealed a self-managed $500,000 investment grows into an average $1.7 million in 25 years. But under the care of a pro, the average is $3.4 million. That’s an extra $1.7 million!

Maybe that’s why the wealthy use investment pros and why you should too. How? With SmartAsset’s free financial adviser matching tool. In five minutes you’ll have up to three qualified local pros, each legally required to act in your best interests. Most offer free first consultations. What have you got to lose? Click here to check it out right now.

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