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Friday, February 18, 2011

i scored a coupon recently for a buy on get one free candle form Glade! i was at the checkout and the first candle rang in at a whopping $6.30 the cashier looked at me and said these things are small but man are they expensive! I I looked at her and said $3.40 is not expensive and she then informed me that the candle had not been listed at the price i had told her .She then called a fellow staff member over and did a price check, and because i was right on the $3.40 and the till price was wrong, i scored both of them for FREE!..Check your stores policy for free merchandise if the till price is not what the shelf price is!, could catch you by surprise! Until next time take care!

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Saturday, February 19, 2011 | By attic_treasures

In the state of Michigan if somethings doesn't ring up the price marked, you can get 10 times the difference.

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