We Paid $60 At TJ Maxx For The Exact Same Bag That QVC Is Selling for $105, Plus Shipping And Handling

Not-fur-nuthin’, as we say in Jersey, but why do people buy Tignanello handbags on QVC?

We were watching last night and saw that QVC was hawking a pebble leather double-handle tote that looked very familiar to us. We pulled a black Tignanello purse with cream trim out of our closet to see how it compared to the one on-screen.

Bingo, our’s was the exact same purse.

But the pricetags were not the same.

The price on QVC was a special lower “featured” price of $105.48, with over $8 for shipping and handling. We paid $60 for the exact same purse on clearance at TJ Maxx. It’s original TJ Maxx price was $80, still lower than QVC’s “featured” price, and with no shipping and handling.

And you can put purses (although not clearance items) on layaway in most TJ Maxx stores, which is their equivalent of Easy Pay.

Duh, we don’t own TJ Maxx stock, but check your local store out before shelling out cash for a purse on QVC.

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One Response to “We Paid $60 At TJ Maxx For The Exact Same Bag That QVC Is Selling for $105, Plus Shipping And Handling”

  1. Val Says:

    You can also get Tiganello bags at Marshalls/Home Goods, including the one they were showing that night on QVC, for much better prices. (Marshalls is affiliated with TJ Maxx; I am connected with neither store.) Also, you can find some B. Makowsky bags – my mother saw the identical purse that she bought at Macys.

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