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How Retail Stores Trick You Into Spending More Money

by Business Insider 1:58 mins

How Retail Stores Trick You Into Spending More Money

by Business Insider 1:58 mins

Department stores have you all figured out. Here are the tactics they use to get you to spend more. Here are some tricks: 1) Stores are organized counter-clockwise, because around 90% of people are right-handed. You're likely to push the cart with your left hand, and interact with products with your right. 2) Clearance racks are hidden in the back; they want you to get through the entire place, seeing the expensive stuff first. And when you do get there, they're designed to be messy and disorganized. Watch for more subversive tactics.

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