For those who have discovered T.J. Maxx, it is a rewarding new shopping experience. T.J. Maxx states that they offer high-quality, brand name fashions for up to 60% less than department store prices.
It might seem too good to be true but designers are overproducing and departments stores over purchase merchandise constantly, T.J. Maxx purchases these left over products at a discounted price and they are then able to sell it to their customers for a huge discount.
Shopping at T.J. Maxx is a new experience every time you enter the store. With new products arriving daily, making frequent stops to the store will be rewarding to your shopping needs.
T.J. Maxx gift cards can be used at any TJX store, this includes, Marshall’s and HomeGoods.
Here are some inside tips on how to score the best deals at T.J. Maxx
1. Shop on Wednesday! T J Maxx usually performs markdowns on Wednesdays. Every Wednesday you have new selection since trucks arrive 3-5 days a week.
2. Check out the ‘Compare at’ tag On all items at T J Maxx, the original retailer tag can be found along with the T J Maxx price. IT is easy to see how much you are saving.
3. Sign up for TJX Alerts You will receive email updates about new products and promotions at stores near you. T J Maxx will not mention specific designer names; however you can assume that each shipment is packed with name brand merchandise.
4. Roam the food section Many people believe the food products at T J Maxx are expired or not able to be sold in grocery stores. This is a common myth; selling expired food is illegal, according to TJX. They assure that all food is top quality, fresh, and is purchased directly from vendors.
5. Become a loyal shopper Sign up for the TJX credit card and receive $10 back for every $200 spent at Marshalls, T J Maxx, or HomeGoods.
6. Share what you buy Post you and your friends finds from T J Maxx with #maxxinista on Instagram, Twitter, and facebook for a chance to win a $1,000 gift card.
7. Irregular items aren’t bad 95% of T J Maxx’s merchandise is first quality products and 5% is considered ‘irregular’. Irregular items are not what you may think. Items with irregularities are often a miss use of a certain fabric or a product that doesn’t look like the rest of the batch. A customer would never know the difference.