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Gorilla ladder 3steps utility ladder $19.99, SCOP, YMMV

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[Home Depot] Gorilla ladder 3steps utility ladder $19.99, SCOP, YMMV

Regular price $39.99
Sale price $29.99
Scanned at $39.99

Applied SCOP, paid $19.99+ tax!

This was at Richmond Hill red maple location

Cheers!
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Thank for posting OP.

Just checked the Strawberry Hill location in Surrey, BC.
Price was at $39.97 so no luck here.
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Jul 20, 2006
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Repo600 wrote: Thank for posting OP.

Just checked the Strawberry Hill location in Surrey, BC.
Price was at $39.97 so no luck here.

You physically checked the in store tag?
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bobcat99 wrote: You physically checked the in store tag?
Yes, in-store tag shows $39.97.
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The picture provided shows the price of $29.97 on the front of the box. I'll go looking for the display box usually found at end of aisle. Hopefully a box display will show the $29.97 price.
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Aug 10, 2006
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neonic wrote: noob question - whats SCOP?
scanning code of practice.
if listed price is different then scanned price; buyer receive item free, up to $10; or $10 discount.
most large stores participate and they would have a sticker placed on their cashier
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Aug 10, 2006
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what is the total step height? i cant seem to find in the detail

edit: "The highest standing level (height of top step) is 27.5 inches."
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Nov 20, 2013
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It's 39.97 in Newmarket
The only thing I know for sure... is that I know nothing.
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I have this ladder. It’s great and rated #1 on Wirecutter.
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Feb 13, 2004
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Could be just your store possibly. Recently got draino for 1 cent due to SCOP and the price was labeled wrong on the stand. Anyone else see it at this price. I was tempted to go to the Scott road location, but am kind of lazy today.
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Aug 10, 2006
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Got thr 'last' one. Same store red maple HD, the staff promptly removed the error price tag. Thanks OP!
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Feb 8, 2006
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I assume you have to point out the price error to get the discount?
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Feb 3, 2009
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Thanks OP! This worked at the 16th and markham rd location.
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Jul 24, 2019
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bestknightmare wrote: scanning code of practice.
if listed price is different then scanned price; buyer receive item free, up to $10; or $10 discount.
most large stores participate and they would have a sticker placed on their cashier
Had the same question, thanks! will try this in Vaughan tmrw
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Nov 29, 2006
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Quick question about SCOP... does it also work for Self-Checkout?
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ktkn wrote: Quick question about SCOP... does it also work for Self-Checkout?
Will have to ask a staff to apply it
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Feb 9, 2006
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Brampton
Gorilla step ladders are awesome. I had one for 10 years now and it's still like brand new. I use it at least twice a year(in addition to daily use) to load and unload my tires from my tire rack and it's solid carrying about 270lbs of my fat ass and heavy OE wheels
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Does SCOP also apply to for advertised prices. Eg flyer has discount price but shelf price and scanned proce comes up with higher original price?
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peter330 wrote: Does SCOP also apply to for advertised prices. Eg flyer has discount price but shelf price and scanned proce comes up with higher original price?
Yes, provided you’re looking at the right flyer, and there is no mention of prices being store specific.

That said, if you think it’s hard enough to claim SCOP for a regular item in store, you can just imagine how unaware employees are when you bring up flyer discrepancies...

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