"Online Shopping" refers to purchasing items over the computer, rather than at a store - in person.
There are many online stores to choose from and many many ways to find them.
For instance, if you regularly shop at Sears, JCPenny, Macys, or any of those large department stores, it is very likely that they have an online shop where you can have things delivered to your home rather than traveling to the store.
There are also large shopping websites like Amazon.com, Shopping.com, and Pricegrabber.com that work at finding an item from multiple online stores and sorting them by things like price, location, style, etc.
Most of these online stores take all major credit cards, not so much money orders, checks and cash.
Coupons save you money. If there is an item you want to purchase but don't want to pay full price. You give the cashier the coupon(s) and he/she will lower the price.
In the last 90 days the highest price paid for a Reed & Barton
silver plated water pitcher has been 695.00. I would give you
a link but it is older than 90 days. If you want to strictly use eBay
then check with some of the sellers selling antiques on eBay. If
not go to Google or yahoo groups and put in Reed's & Barton
to see if there are any groups for that company.
Any hardware store has cheap screws
I heard that Puerto rico does not manufacture it anymore. There is another deodorant that smells like it. It is called confielle.