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lift_fever wrote

Haha me too. I just grew up extremely sheltered and became somewhat of a rebel. And retail workers see 100s of faces a day. They rarely notice anything to be missing. You just have to not leave any packaging or evidence behind and avoid taking the last one - especially if it’s a big item that doesn’t get restocked regularly.

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lift_fever wrote

If the fitting rooms aren’t actively monitored then you can conceal there before taking in decoys, since they’re not allowed to have cameras in the fitting room area. Then you can ask a sales associate to open the fitting room for your decoy items, and remove tags for the items you plan to steal.

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lift_fever wrote

If you have two sides that attract you can assume one is positive and one is negative. Put those beside each other. Then take the third set of magnets. Place it near the first two and watch it repel one of your first two magnets then place it diagonally from the one it repels, with the repelling side facing up. Then do the same for the fourth.

Top left should repel bottom right and top right should repel bottom left.

If you need more help you can look it up on YouTube :)

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lift_fever wrote

I made my own. Steal eight neo magnets and a metal ruler. Then put them in stacks of two on one end of the ruler like this:

(+) (-)
(-) (+)

So the two beside each other should attract each other since one is positive and one is negative, and diagonally across should repel. Hold the magnets against the spider wrap and the latch should unfasten. If it doesn’t work try adjusting the magnets more so it lines up with where it clicks on the spider wrap.

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lift_fever wrote

It’s usually behind the locks that you have to get an associate to open, not an alarm. And yeah people on the old sub said it’s source tagged. But right now at least for my location, they put it at the front of the store with all the other back to school stuff instead of in the stationery section. So you can take it right off the display instead of having to ask the employee.

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lift_fever wrote

I saw at my local Walmart that the TI-84 calculators are put out on display for back to school. They’re usually behind peg locks. The only problem is that it’s source tagged and you’re looking to sell, but I’m sure you could still make a pretty penny selling it without the box and describing it as “never used.” By no means easy to lift but there won’t be another time of the year where it’ll be easier.

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lift_fever wrote

Ooh, the phone thing is so smart. Honestly you’d probably get sussed less as a guy because if you were LP who would you watch - the teen girl with a purse who needs the makeup for personal use, or the guy who’s getting in and out to grab a few things for his girlfriend? The only thing is that SAs might be more on your ass by assuming you need help but the phone call saves you from all that.