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24 Things to Buy at Pier 1 While You Still Can

Cheapism Logo By Saundra Latham of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 25: The pandemic has driven many familiar companies into bankruptcy, but most are trying to stay afloat. Not so Pier 1, which announced in May that it would liquidate and close all 540 of its home goods stores permanently, 58 years after opening its first store in San Mateo, California. While that's bad news for the ever-shrinking retail industry, for deal hunters, now is the time to pounce. See something you like? Don't wait — stock is limited. Related: 27 Things to Buy at JCPenney While You Still Can Prices and availability were researched in early June and are subject to change.

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The pandemic has driven many familiar companies into bankruptcy, but most are trying to stay afloat. Not so Pier 1, which announced in May that it would liquidate and close all 540 of its home goods stores permanently, 58 years after opening its first store in San Mateo, California. While that's bad news for the ever-shrinking retail industry, for deal hunters, now is the time to pounce. See something you like? Don't wait — stock is limited.

Related: 27 Things to Buy at JCPenney While You Still Can

Prices and availability were researched in early June and are subject to change.

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