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Students like to shop around, but there are some that have their own reasons. Some like to just hang out while others want to spend their cash. In consideration of a cheap budget that is fitting for most high school students, here is a list of some of the best shopping places that are close to Hillcrest.

If you are on the very cheap end, Dollar Tree might be the best spot for you. No price checks are needed here; everything is just a dollar in price. The one side effect of this store is that loved ones might get addicted to this place.

Trying to plan for what to put in your dorm room for college or your future house? Bed Bath & Beyond has lots of home goods to choose from, with towels to bedding items. From helpful employees (when available) to great selection, this is the one-stop shop for all your home essentials.

When ladies’ night is coming up in a week or so, be sure to shop at Sally Beauty. There are beauty supplies and even salon products. The shining star is the return policy, where some products can be returned to whatever Sally Beauty store in the US (provided it was sold at Sally Beauty to being with) or credit if one does not have a receipt or loses to a 60-day deadline (with some exceptions).

One can’t mention ladies without talking about gentlemen. Actually, these gentlemen may be a bit less soft when it comes to sports, and that is the specialty of Dick’s Sporting Goods. One highlights is that they are good with customer service depending on who is asked online and a variety of products to choose from.

Last but not least, are you sick of Smith’s, Macey’s, or some other grocery store chain? Perhaps you should try Trader Joe’s. There are some unique products here that you will not find at other grocery stores and unlike some of the bigger competitors out there, the checkout lines are not horrendous.

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