Saving Money on Luxury Items

There is no doubt about the fact that Saks Fifth Avenue is one of the most successful retailers in American history. What started as an idea between two friends in the retail business has become a store known as a luxurious shopping experience. Saks first store on Fifth Avenue in New York City was one of the first large stores to open in a primarily residential area. The store’s mission is to offer the best in men’s and women’s design with top designers from American and Europe as well as offer exceptional customer service. The store has been extremely successful now operating in 39 stores in 22 states as well as a new store in Toronto.

Luxury Items

In 1996 Saks became a public company and began trading shares on the New York Stock Exchange. In 2000 Saks launched its online store committed to providing the same exceptional customer service online as an in store experience. In 2003 Saks Inc was acquired by Hudson’s Bay Company, the longest continually operated company in North America and joined up with other top brands like Hudson’s Bay and Lord & Taylor. Saks has also expanded to offering a personal shopping experience at some of their stores for those who want to be a part of the Fifth Avenue Club which will give you access to special services like custom tailoring and more.

Although shopping at Saks may not seem like a very frugal experience there are ways to save money and still shop in style. Come and visit where you can find great deals with promos and money saving codes. Saks also has an outlet store, Off Fifth, where you can find the same luxurious brands at a lower price than in the original stores. Shopping with a Saks Card will earn you points that can later be redeemed for a gift card. Getting paid to shop makes the experience even better! Signing up for emails and texts from Saks will give you exclusive access to great deals and sales from the convenience of your phone or computer. While you’re shopping at Saks don’t forget to look for sales as well as there is always some kind of sale going on at Saks. Even the less frugal can stand to save some money and Saks caters to all types of shoppers.