kibosh wrote:Why would they give you 5% off the MSRP on an item that is on sale. You should only get 5% off what you are actually paying. Am I missing something?
deco_droid wrote:Wow, looks like Target is learning some "rip off the customer tricks" from the always EEEE-vil ToysRUs. Example -- Maul's Infiltrator is on sale for $46.55, which is down from the regular price of ---- oh, what's this, $48.99??? Gee, that's odd... I seem to recall a retail price of $69.99. So, hmmm, when I use my Target Redcard to get the extra 5% off, I'm only getting 5% off of $48.99 instead of 5% off $69.99.
There's several others -- the T-6 shuttle shows $39.89 from $41.99, instead of $59.99. the Podracer set sale is $66.50 from $69.99, instead of 89.99. Etc, etc...
Mister Ed wrote:kibosh wrote:Why would they give you 5% off the MSRP on an item that is on sale. You should only get 5% off what you are actually paying. Am I missing something?
That's what I would have assumed. I've never encountered ANYBODY that would figure the additional discount off the original price. An additional 5% (or 10%, or whatever) off is pretty much always off today's price.
bacon1986 wrote:Tried to get the price check on the podracers at Toys R Us, but even the night manager knew that the ad was a misprint. Darn it.
onions wrote:just ignore deco. he's the same guy that claims to get hundreds of dollars of free lego from toys r us with their awful rewards program.
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