One of the important things to remember when purchasing from Philliph Saunders is that it is not a normal shop but a trade warehouse .At one time they carefully checked your credentials as a buyer but they seem to have relaxed this rule and now anyone can walk in and purchase without a check being made.
There is a vast variety of goods for sale. The first floor is confined to furniture of many kinds all of which seems to be of good quality and reasonable price . On the ground floor there is a vast variety of goods. I purchased a fake antique clock dated 1763 which is quite convincing providing you do not examine it too closely ! There is also a good selection of kitchen utensils and a excellent selection of tools for the handyman. The store is well worth a visit as they have many interesting and useful goods for sale too numerous to describe. However it must be remembered that all the goods are priced without value added tax added and consequently look less expensive than they actually are. It is wise, therefore, to carry a small pocket calculator, unless you are good at mental arithmetic, to add on the VAT in order to prevent a nasty shock when at the payout.
Located close to Tesco, Phillip Saunders has some great offers and everyday essentials at low prices. I have often purchased furniture here and have found the staff to be very polite and helpful. Its well worth popping in for a look around from time to time especially if your looking for something different.
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