This Last Call Sale is for real this time, at Neiman Marcus in Minneapolis. The department store will close at the end of the month, and it's clear the end is near. There are deals, to be sure, but some of the best stuff has already been removed from the store. Precious jewelry is roped off, cases empty. Designer jewelry is gone, too. And if you were waiting to scoop up Kiehl's and Laura Mercier products on the cheap, forget it: Cosmetics will close on Saturday. There are still plenty of deals to be had in women's and men's apparel, from contemporary to designer brands, casual and dress. Most goods are on their second or third markdown. Pickings are slimmer in shoes and handbags. The best stocked department: the Target + Neiman Marcus collection, which looks like it hasn't been touched. Full racks of blazers and mini Jason Wu dresses and martini shakers sit—even at 70 percent off—like the time capsule of a flop. On Jan. 18, the Good Buy Farewell sale begins at Neiman Marcus, with additional discounts on current sale prices. The fourth floor of the Minneapolis store, which was the place to find designer bargains before this closeout began, is still stocked with quite a bit of women's and children's apparel, if you have the patience to dig. But half the floor is roped off—mannequins are stripped down, lined up, and ready to bail on the Twin Cities.