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  • smaycs4 smaycs4 Jan 9, 2014 9:48 AM Flag

    23 store competitor Bargain Hunt stores. (Have 2 in Bham) I havent been yet

    Bargain Hunt is a unique discount retail chain that enables our consumers to buy quality brand name merchandise well below normal retail pricing. At Bargain Hunt, expect to find designer clothing for men, women, and children, the latest and greatest electronics and HDTVs, a huge selection of home goods and domestics, all kinds of toys and bikes, tons of sporting goods and outdoor gear, both indoor and outdoor furniture, and many more exciting items.

    “The Bargain” – Compare our prices to all other retailers! If we do not have the best price on any item in our store, then we will match anyone else's published price. For the very best deals, check out older dated items and our Best Bargains Discount Program will save you even more money. We always guarantee our customers the lowest prices anywhere and we proudly stand behind our products with our 30 day no hassle return policy.

    “The Hunt” – All our stores receive multiple tractor trailers of product each week to keep our stores stocked with fresh merchandise. You never know what you are going to find at a Bargain Hunt Superstore. If you see something you like, get it. More than likely, it will not be there when you come back. Each of our stores has different merchandise, so shop them all and shop them often for the best bargain hunting results.

    With over twenty locations, our stores serve thousands of Bargain Hunt customers every day. Please stop by any of our locations to shop and compare our prices and our unique bargain hunting experience to all other retailers. We truly value all of our customers' business and strive every day for 100% customer satisfaction.

    If you Like great deals, you will Love our stores.

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    • Huntsville has had an Essex Bargain Hunt for a couple for years now. It is definitely a treasure hunt sort of place with random merchandise just sort of piled onto shelves haphazardly. Reminds me of Big Lots in its early days. Not the same clientele you'll find looking for bargains at TUES IMO. Not much in the way of high quality merchandise, and I've yet to see any real bargains. I almost bought a Huge Igloo cooler there because it looked like it was heavily marked down. Googled it, and found it for sale at Academy Sports for quite a bit less than Bargain Hunt's "mark down" price. Same situation with a higher end bicycle for sale there. In fact, I've browsed through there several times, but never bought anything. The Huntsville Store is about a half mile from one of the TUES locations, and a mile from Home Goods.

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