Which store does the most price gouging?
I will start by saying SDM.
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Oct 7th, 2020 11:42 am
I'm not sure this really fits into "gauging".explorer11 wrote: ↑ Costco.ca
The differences in prices of the same item when purchased in-store versus on-line. I can understand that part it covers delivery charges
However if dont spend over $75 the also charge $3 per item.
Example paper towels are $5 more expensive if purchased on line plus an extra $3 if you dont spend more that $75
Oct 7th, 2020 11:50 am
shikotee wrote: ↑ I'm not sure this really fits into "gauging".
I can't wrap my head around what you would expect to be reasonable.
Clearly, they do not want to deliver small amounts, as the cost exceeds the return.
I'm very annoyed by CT and Walmart charging a $5 fee for when you order a single item for pick-up.
I'd understand if the order was large - but 1 item?
what i am saying that there is a difference already in the price of in-store and on-line. PLUS you get charged an extra $3 per item
so if you get 4 items and its still under $75 thats an additional $12 o top of their overinflated prices for shopping in line
Total cash grab.
Oct 7th, 2020 9:45 pm
Usually it's 3rd party sellers.
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Oct 8th, 2020 12:34 am
You're new here, I can tell.
Oct 8th, 2020 12:40 am
I've posted the same expression many times but I say if it's not on the FRONT PAGE of the flyer, because that's the only place the prices are closer to fair market value. Like that "regular $40" power strip "on sale $10" which would sell for $5 or less at Dollarama. That item pretty much summarizes Crappy Tyre's scummy business model.
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