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An open reply to 'I tell it like it is' If you truly get your goods with the 'five finger discount' . You are part of the problem. One reason for inflated prices is to make up for shoplifters like you. It is estimated that if they could get rid of shoplifter & employee theft all prices could be reduced by 10% . 10% is an old figure, I wouldn't be surprised if it were higher than that now with the increase in 'groups' of people that their entire income is from shoplifting.
So you "I tell it like it is' are costing everyone here who work for their living, money. BTW if you have kids don't you know they are watching you & learning from you?? If so someday you may get a call from them from jail. They have stolen a car. Remember they learned it from YOU!!
Actually, you shouldn't pay regular price at ANY store, as they always have to get rid or merchandise and mark it down. some more store that not only have numerous coupons but have regular sales:
3.) Saks Fifth Avenue
Of all of these I only shop Kohl's . yes I know their everyday prices are inflated. I ONLY shop sales & clearance. Plus I do it on Senior day with Cash back or when I have a discount coupon greater than 15% with Cash back. A couple of years ago I found a Hoover vacuum cleaner that was rated Consumer Reports Best. Between 30% off plus their sale on it and my Cash back I got the $269 for less than $ 100, -either for $79 or $89 and cash back for that purchase. Sometimes when I get a 30% off coupon I call my daughter. She is a low paid teacher, divorced & the Mother of two. We hit the Gold Star clearance for her & my Grandsons. Any cash back I usually give to her. She is the best dressed teacher at her school and all for pennies on the dollar. Plus for her being well dressed has helped her in her career. Just like for a successful marriage you have to 'work' on it. To be a smart shopper you have to ' work' on it. More than ever every penny counts now days.
Someone here complained about having to spend cash back on certain days & using % off coupons on certain days. Well lambchop that's how it is everywhere. You can't go to Safeway & ask them to sell you a roast at a price they had during last weeks sale. Get real, there are rules every where. Follow them like the rest of us.
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