According to other Redditors there is a reason most stores don't provide custys with something useful like this, and if you ever worked retail you probably already why:
Most don't (offer these tags) because they would prefer you wander around and pick up extra stuff you actually didn't specifically come in for.
Have you ever noticed how Costco frequently shifts the location of some of their items?
Target does that too. Whatever sale/seasonal items are currently around are usually in the back corner, as far away as they can be from the front door, with anything else you might need in between.
When I was working retail, we put clearance stuff on the only wall that couldn't be seen unless you were directly in front of it. It's almost impossible to make a clearance section visibly appealing and organized. Visual appeal is a huge part of marketing.
Botto Bistro in Richmond, CA near the Bay Area is fed up with Yelp's alleged manipulation of consumer reviews. To combat corruption within Yelp, Botto Bistro has a new, lofty goal: be the single worst reviewed restaurant on Yelp. Show the public that Yelp reviews don't correspond at all to the actual quality of the restaurant. They're so dedicated to their goal that they now offer a 25% discount on meals if the customer writes a scathing Yelp review.
Congratulations, Darrin Z., Daniel B., and Diana A. You all just earned 25% off of your next meal at Botto Bistro!
Former NBA guard Rex Chapman, who played 12 seasons for four teams over a well-regarded career, was arrested Friday for allegedly stealing more than $14,000 in merchandise from a Scottsdale, Arizona Apple Store. According to area police, the 46-year-old Chapman stole the items over seven different instances during the last few months.
Sgt. Mark Clark said Rex Chapman is alleged to have picked up items in the store, located near Scottsdale Road and Greenway, and made it appear that he was paying for the items through the store's self-checkout. He would then leave the store without actually paying for the items. He reportedly took the items to a local pawn shop and sold the goods for cash. [...]
Chapman was originally identified by multiple employees based on his stint in the NBA, which included several seasons with the Phoenix Suns. [...]
Chapman is facing nine counts of organized retail theft and five counts of trafficking in stolen property.
The arrest is only the beginning of the legal process, but things certainly do not look very good for Chapman. We will have more details on the story as they become available.
As a basketball player, Chapman starred at the University of Kentucky before becoming the first-ever draft pick of the Charlotte Hornets in 1988. However, he is most often remembered as a Phoenix Sun due to his dramatic fallaway three-pointer to force overtime against the Seattle SuperSonics in the first round of the 1997 NBA Playoffs. The Suns went on to lose the game and series, but Chapman's shot has lived on long after the memory of the result. Even before that play, he was a fan favorite around the league who would have earned rampant blog and Twitter attention for his wild style of play had such outlets existed at the time.