Talk:Bed Bath & Beyond

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I removed this sentence:


"When i went to bed bath and beyond" i sleep properly and have an himala with a girl...


"Typically, the most profitable product in the company is whichever over-$100 trash can the company is pushing at the time. These cans are made by simplehuman."

What is the source for this statement? Carax 16:39, 26 July 2005 (UTC)

I don't know the source, but I do know for a fact (I am a former BBB employee) that Bed, Bath and Beyond does indeed sell Simplehuman trashcans, which can get well above 350 USD. While I don't recall the exact markup of these items, I do remember them being one of the highest in the store.

The most profitable item in the chain, as of my leaving in mid 2006, was the Oxo Good Grips Spatula, which retailed for 5.99. We would often display them year around in the highest sale areas of the store.