A New Yakima Store Is Causing Quite A Buzz

If you want to save a bunch of money, a store in Yakima is causing quite a buzz and it might be worth the drive from the Tri-Cities.

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Amazon Returns And More Up For Grabs At New Yakima Store

Our sister radio station in Yakima has been posting about this store for the past few months and it's got a ton of cool deals that might make it worth driving up to Yakima to check it out.

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Normally I'd sing the praises of the Columbia Center Mall as the place to shop but there occasionally comes along another business that's unique and worth looking into.

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Daily Deals in Yakima offers items from your favorite companies such as Amazon, Walmart, and Target at a set price per item based on the day of the week.

Here's how it works: An item starts at $12 on Friday and by the next Wednesday, it drops to a dollar if the item hasn't sold yet. The store closes, restocks, and starts the whole process again.

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It's become quite popular in Yakima and now the store has a new expanded location at 3700 Tieton Drive in Yakima.

There are a ton of items weekly at inexpensive prices and the concept is pretty cool. As stuff doesn't sell, the price drops until the item is gone.

Amazon isn't the only company represented by Daily Deals. Returns and items from Target and Walmart can be found in the store as well.

Daily Deals has a Facebook page and you can also read more details about the new store here.

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