Don’t Say These Things When Visiting a Cricket Store

Cricket equipment shopping can be a truly enjoyable activity, but do not get too excited to the point that you are already becoming an unreasonable shopper. No matter how much money you have in your wallet and bank account, this does not permit you to be a complete irrational shopper. You should know your boundaries while visiting a cricket equipment store.

Going on a shopping spree for cricket bats or equipment today or anytime soon? You may want to avoid saying these lines to the retail worker, manager, or store owner you will talk to.

  1. Are these pieces fake? They look fake.

Don’t be the shopper who is skeptical of all the items seen inside the store. If you ask the sales person or store manager of this question, you’ll give him the impression that you simply don’t trust what they’re selling. If in case you are really wary of the cricket equipment piece’s authenticity, you may want to check the item yourself and decide whether or not it is a rip-off. You may also ask about its authenticity during a nice way, like asking about its materials, make, and other related production questions.

  1. You are jacking up the price. It is too expensive.

If you’ll buy an equivalent item from a special store at a less expensive price, then by all means attend that store instead. You don’t have to rub it on the sales person’s face that the other store sells cheaper cricket equipment. You must realize that the cost of the items may vary from one store to another due to variety of factors. It would be best to postpone your negative comments rather than being rude to the store workers.

  1. I can buy the same one for less at a pre-owned items store.

You should realize that you are in the cricket equipment store to buy the items you need and not to boast about your haggling skills. It should a common knowledge for you that cricket stuff can be really expensive because they are a product of creative imagination and hours and hours of man hours. You are not only buying the cricket equipment per se, but the story behind it as well.

  1. The design looks so outdated. Other stores have the latest releases.

If you don’t see any item you wish during a store, don’t waste some time there and move to a different. There is no reason for you to remain there longer and provides negative remarks about the things being sold. Perhaps the things may look tacky and outdated to you, but you ought to know that that store may have a special target market which isn’t you. Just respect their business and appearance for an additional store that sells items of your liking.

  1. They are selling these cricket equipment online for a cheaper price.

You don’t want to be customer who is full of negative comments about the products sold in a store. If you are serious about buying quality cricket gears then you should know that these items can come very pricey. Don’t compare the price from a physical store to the one you see on eBay. If it is from sites like eBay, chances are, the item is pre-owned, which is why it has cheaper price tag.

Don’t be a rude shopper. If you don’t like what you see in a particular cricket store, save your energy and move on to another store, there is no reason for you to stay there and blabber about your negative observations. You save time, and save the sales persons’ time also.