Department Store vs Online Shopping

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We all know that shopping requires us to go to the mall or department store. Now we live in the age of internet and buying things can now be done by clicking a mouse. Shopping in the stores require more time than shopping online. A trip to the mall could take two to three hours transportation time. You may spend many hours looking for the right products or in the lines trying to just purchase it. On the other hand, online shopping cuts out the time spent on transportation and walking from store to store. Unlike shopping at stores, you do not have to wait in a line or wait till the shop assistant is ready to help you with your purchases. Online shopping gives us the opportunity to shop freely without assistance and 24x7. Another difference between shopping at stores and shopping online that we also considered is the quality of products. When shopping at stores, you can feel or see the items you want to buy, so you can decide to buy or not. When shopping online, you cannot test or examine the products; you have to buy the items relying purely on a photograph or description. When shopping online, it’s difficult to return products which we are not satisfied with. Shopping in stores makes it easier to deal with such problems as returning, exchanging and using the warranty. There are many more reasons why you should or should not shop online or in stores. I hope that the above examples help you on making a decision on how you would like to shop in the future.
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