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First-Class Grocery Receipt Pricing Errors You Might Be Missing : The Grocery Game Challenge 2018 #2 Mar 12-18

PRICING ERRORS AT THE GROCERY STORE GO BEYOND THE SHELF-PRICE   Your grocery shopping trip is not over until you’ve read your receipt and are happy with what you see. We’ve created our own consumer pricing policy in the CBB household and that is to make sure we don’t pay more than we should be, EVER.   Grocery receipt errors are more than just watching for the wrong price which most but not all consumers are aware of which is why reading your receipt is Step 1 in saving money at the grocery store. Over the years we’ve conditioned ourselves to look for pricing errors and for those stores that do offer what many of you know as The Scanning Code of Practice this can mean free product. No one wants to believe that a store is being dishonest and in most cases errors that do happen are human errors. This means both the consumer and the grocery store are at fault, not just the grocery store. The pricing errors don’t just stop at the wrong price though even though we’ve come to depend on price checkers that I believe every store should have available for customers. Most people won’t […]

The Saturday weekend review #45: Outrageous online pricing deals gone wrong

PRICING ERRORS HAPPEN EVERY DAY No matter if you shop online or if you shop in store human error is possible and pricing errors can happen and sometimes depending on policy can be a perk for the consumer. Just yesterday I noticed a sale at Metro for a product that boasted the regular price at $2.99 and the new lower price being $2.99 which was exactly the same. Sure I had a laugh and took a photo of it because it was funny, but it was also human error. Online shopping has been going on for years now and its presence is only becoming much more powerful in the world of technology simply because people don’t have to leave home in order to go shopping. For those that are super busy or have less than optimal amounts of time to spend with the one’s they love shopping online cuts down on time. For some people who go into a store it triggers spending more than they earn because when they go to the store they tend to ‘want’ more because they physically can touch it. The same could ring true with sitting behind a computer screen and shopping with the […]

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