How to shop for wedding supplies at an Asian grocery store or an American supermarket article How much can you save at an auto repair shop?
What’s the best way to get your next gift for your best friend?
How much is too much at a beauty supply store?
These are the questions that linger in our minds when we go shopping.
As a consumer, we can do better.
That’s why we decided to create an infographic for you to help us answer these questions.
This infographic gives you a snapshot of the top 10 most popular gift items that can save you money at Asian grocery stores, beauty supplies stores or an auto service.
We also provided a list of the best gift items to purchase at the best retailers in each category.
If you’re not sure which gift items you should buy, use the infographic below to see which gift you should consider.
It shows the average cost per item from Amazon.com, Costco.com and Target.com.
Asian Grocery Stores (US) How much does it cost to buy at a Asian grocery shop?: $5.83 per item.
Beauty Supplies Stores (USA) Cost per item: $0.96 per item, per month.
Auto Service Centers (USA, Canada) Cost per item per month: $3.83, per item for a single vehicle.
Home Improvement Centers (US, Canada, UK) How much does a home improvement store cost?: $0 per month per item purchased.
Auto Repair Centers (China) Costs per month for a home repair: $5 per item (per month).
Beauty Supply Stores (India) Average cost per product: $1.28 per month, per person.
Home Appliance Stores (Japan) Most expensive appliances in one store: $6.70 per appliance.
Home Automation Stores (China, USA) Prices per month at an automated home appliance store: $4.49 per item or $3 per item of household.
Home Furnishings Stores (UK) Average cost per home furniture item: $8.75 per month (or $5 for a two-person household).
Beauty Stores (Asia) The most popular Asian beauty store: Amazon.
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Source: The Economist