Raiders Of The Lost Walmart Handle Your Bookkeeping In 2007

qb2007The Raiders of the Lost Walmart are a brave crew of retail archaeologists. They comb the nation’s stores and carefully excavate clearance racks in order to find the most ancient pieces of technology being sold for unjustified prices. Today, one of the Raiders shared with us a precious piece of software from seven years ago.

James sent back this artiFact from his retail antiquities excavation in South Carolina. “Just in case you need a copy of Quick Books Pro 07, they have a great deal!” he notes.

Do they really? Maybe that isn’t the price for Quickbooks at all. We’re not sure what a reasonable price for Quickbooks ’07 would even be, but it doesn’t really matter. This is actually a price tag for another item entirely.

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  1. Cara says:

    Man, I wish Walmart would set forth a policy where clearance stickers could *only* be used on items actually on clearance (those items will always end in .00 or .50). It aggravates me when I see employees using the red tags on normal priced items in an attempt to trick customers into thinking they’re getting a better deal, or doing it in order to stick the items in the clearance section and out of their own department.