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Heck of a job so far, ain’t it? With the economy in the tank becoming a bargain hunter is now more imperative than ever. If you weren’t a comparison shopper before, you going to want to become one now. The Consumer Corner, as always, is here to help spotlight some of the best shops to check out in Brooklyn.

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The crumbling credit economy has shifted a lot of people’s attention to gold. If you’d like to cash in on the rush by getting rid of the dusty old trinket rattling around your jewelry box, you should check out JBD Jewelers.

JBD Jewelers pays cash for children’s jewelry, earrings, bracelets, rings, pendants, watches, charms and more. If you’ve got any 14kt, 18kt or platinum pieces you’d like to part with call JBD Jewelers.

Located at 2169 86th Street, JBD Jewelers also offers convenient lay-a-way plans and expert watch and jewelry repair. All credit and debit cards are accepted.

Give JBD Jewelers a call at 718-996-5773. Open daily.

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Trying to sell your home right now may not be a good idea, but you might want to spruce it up instead. Home Surplus of Bensonhurst is your source for first quality home improvement supplies at surplus prices. Kitchen cabinets, flooring, doors and more, Home Surplus of Bensonhurst get help you reinvent your home without dropping a huge bundle to do it.

Visit Home Surplus of Bensonhurst at 7305 New Utrecht Avenue or visit them online at www.homesurplus.com. You can contact them by phone at 718-513-9000.

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Dermer Pharmacy & Surgical has been your trusted source for medicine and medical supplies for over 10 years, and now they are offering flu shots on October 23 from 2 to 7 p.m. No appointment is necessary. Medicare is accepted. If you don’t have insurance flu shots are $25.

Dermer Pharmacy & Surgical is located at 2064 Flatbush Avenue. You can reach them by phone at 718-377-4900.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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