About Utah: Every day is sale day at D.I.

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  • cns St George, Utah
    July 15, 2013 12:38 p.m.

    About once a month I take a load of stuff to DI. The problem is, I usually bring half-a-load of different stuff home.

  • My2Cents Taylorsville, UT
    July 15, 2013 3:32 a.m.

    Not a bad place to find reliable made in USA products and the only place you can find them unless you want to shop antique stores. Cloths seem on the high side for used but many are quality USA made before the outsourcing era to China began and fit is a relative to brand.

    The worst thing to buy in these stores are any electronics or cell phones, most are broken, shorted, or not working or have all the accessories for most products. Books, hardware, lighting, furniture, are made in USA at a time when quality was USA and MIC (made in China) seldom last long enough to be salvaged. Its the place to find every Christmas gift no one wants or would even want to buy.

    A caution though for auction sites and flea markets where most of the DI entrepreneurs do business you are guaranteed to get faulty and broken products through this system. Sellers lie and deceive and don't have a clue so question everything you buy on ebay or flea markets, warranties are a lie as well.