Massive Savings Await in Nevada: Bankrupt Retailer's Stores Offer Up to 50% Off in Liquidation Bonanza

Ash Jurberg

Two more stores in Nevada are closing permanently next month, with items up to 50% off
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The end has finally come for the popular brand- buybuyBABY. Stores across the United States will close in just a few weeks, including the two stores in Nevada.

The chain of stores sells clothing, strollers, and other items for use with infants and young children and is owned by retailer Bed Bath & Beyond, which has filed for bankruptcy.

Both chains will cease operations, and while no official closing date has been listed, they are expected to close by June 30.

Everything is on sale- up to 50% off

The brand operated on a $240 million line of credit, and all buybuy BABY stores are running liquidation sales to pay off some of that loan.

Often liquidation sales can be hit and miss, but feedback so far has been the savings are significant. A banner on the company's website states new merchandise is continuing to arrive and is marked down at between 20 and 50% off.

"We encourage shoppers to take advantage of these new price reductions before it's too late. Whether celebrating the birth of a baby or a new graduate, or for someone who enjoys cooking, gardening, or decorating, this unique sales event offers something for everyone." Company spokesperson

It is worth noting that there are no returns allowed on goods purchased during the sale as all sales are final.

List of buybuy BABY stores in Nevada

  • 535 North Stepahnie Street, Henderson, NV 89014
  • 2315 Summa Drive, Suite 120, Las Vegas, NV 89135

The shutting of these stores follows a spate of stores across Nevada and the United States in what is proving to be a challenging year for the retail industry, with several major chains filing for bankruptcy and ceasing operations.

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