About Ross Dress For Less
Our customers love a great deal. That makes our mission simple: to provide exciting bargains, every day, in every store. It takes an incredible team of individuals to make that possible. Whether you’re new to the workforce or an experienced professional, there’s an opportunity for you.
Young Adults Adrift in E-Spending Ocean
Young adults move easily among an array of online payment and shopping options unimaginable a decade ago PayPal, Groupon, telephone bill payment, smartphone apps that pay for store purchases, online retailers galore, automatic bank payments, and online gift cards. It’s time to take stock of how easy it has become to overspend and how difficult saving is for young adults weaned on e-transactions. Raghubir may study these insidious effects, but she isn’t immune.
Ross Dress for Less
Ross Stores, Inc., is an American chain of “off-price” department stores headquartered in Dublin, California, officially operating under the brandname, Ross Dress for Less. It is the second-largest off-price retailer in the USA, behind TJX Companies. As of August 2015 Ross operates 1,254 locations in 33 U.S. states, the District of Columbia and Guam, covering much of the country, but with no presence in New England, New York, northern New Jersey, Alaska, and areas of the Midwest.
12 money-saving secrets to know about Ross Dress for Less
When you enter the store, the first impression might not “wow” you, but once you start combing through the racks – it’ll all make sense.
Secrets to saving money at Ross!
Headquartered in Dublin, California, the off-price retailer has nearly 1,300 locations in 34 states and the District of Columbia, according to a corporate website.
Less is more
Save 20% to 60% off department stores
Look for amazing deals on shoes and cleats
Some items are irregular
Get it while it lasts
Every Tuesday Club
Make friends with a Ross associate
Ross is opening new stores!
Social media contests!
Use discounted gift cards to save more
Ross loves a jingle
While Ross stores may be “no frills,” the company is known to spend money on catchy music for marketing purposes. Perhaps you remember the “Do you love it? I love it. I got it at Ross!” jingle from the 1990s. Even though the company has used music in many ads since then, this is the most memorable.