Stores Have Better Deals In Store Than Online 

Since online warehouses have different inventory than their brick-and-mortar counterparts, that means sale prices will usually be different. And since the pressure's on these retail outposts to sell out their remaining stock, that means the prices will usually be cheaper in stores than online. The downside is actually having to go in and sift through racks to find your size, but that could be the diference between paying an extra 20 dollars to account for shipping and a higher sale price.