I love price tags. If you're a long-time reader of the blog, you'll remember this post (and this one, too) about my obsession with them, especially if they include that marvelous cents sign.
Well, I just got a lot of price tags that are verlich toll -
Oh, ja! Diese sind gut! :D
I don't know why all the German ephemera this week, but whatever the reason, I thought I'd round it out with these babies. I love 'em!
"Jetzt" means "now" in German, so I'm going to take an educated guess and say these are markdown price tags. It's interesting to me that other countries have adopted the seemingly American standard of retail sales - the kind that Kohl's has perfected (i.e., have stuff ALWAYS "on sale").
The whole tag is great! The downward arrow shape, the color, the hand pointing to the price, and that beautiful "Jetzt". Thanks to Google Translate, I know now that it's pronounced "ee-etst". :D
I don't know how I'm going to use them yet, but oh yes, I will be using them! I can't wait!