Basic business supplies and business gifts are marked down at discount stores like Big Lots and the 99 Cents Store. Tablet and ereader accessories, headphones, food gift sets, and bags of coffee can meet at a need at an affordable price.
Notable Discount Items
A Big Lots circular advertised a 7-inch Android tablet for $ 49.99.
The Big Lots store in Pasadena on North Lake Avenue at Washington Boulevard was waiting for new supplies but had additional items that could serve as gifts for co-workers or employees.
Polaroid foldable headphones were $15 dollars, Icozy bean bag accessory for tablets and ereaders are $13 dollars.
Ihome fashion earbuds were $5 and holiday food gift sets featuring Thomas Kinkade and Elvis American Cowboy and Elvis in the Army were on sale for $10.
Check out the 99 Cents store for additional deals. The chain has calendars that provide ample space for taking notes, notebooks, and basic pen and pencil supplies for, that’s right, 99 cents.
Big Lots History
In 1982, Consolidated Stores Corporation launched the Odd Lots closeout retail chain, with the first Odd Lots located in Columbus, Ohio.
The company made its initial public offering in 1985 on the American Stock Exchange and launched the name Big Lots.
In 2010, Big Lots operated more than 1,400 stores in the contiguous 48 states.