Best Buy: Our Website Is Always Correct, You Must Be Wrong

Best Buy: Our Website Is Always Correct, You Must Be Wrong

When you find a discrepancy between the information on a retailer’s website and the information a product’s manufacturer prints on the package, who should you believe? Brie tells Consumerist that when she found such a discrepancy, Best Buy employees insisted that their site couldn’t possibly be wrong. The product packaging, they insisted, must be misprinted. Well, no. [More]

Choose Between Two Overpriced Medium 1-Topping Domino's Pizzas

Choose Between Two Overpriced Medium 1-Topping Domino's Pizzas

Domino’s presented Rhys with this difficult choice on its online delivery order page. [More]

Shampoo For The Rich And Careless

Shampoo For The Rich And Careless

Parents will gladly pay extra for baby shampoo that won’t sting their little ones’ eyes or send them to the hospital when they inevitably gulp some of it, but Target is stretching the boundaries beyond reason with this out-of-control markup for this product. [More]

Price Is No Object At These Best Buy Stores

Price Is No Object At These Best Buy Stores

From separate Best Buy stores, in different parts of the country, David and Adama sent us these two pictures of deeply confusing, Target-worthy sales. Would you like to buy a Blu-Ray of “The Fugitive” for only $14.99? Or you could go a few inches away, where it’s $14.99. If you need something to play it on, you can get a Blu-Ray plater for 50% off its original price if you buy a TV. That original price is either $129.99 or $149.99 depending on where you look. [More]

Borders's Bold New Business Strategy: Crazy Pricing

Borders's Bold New Business Strategy: Crazy Pricing

Troubled and experiencing a turnover in its leadership, perhaps Borders is trying a new strategy: completely illogical pricing. Hey, it works for Target. (Thanks to Asa in New York for the photo!) [More]

Pizza Hut Offers Opposite Of Volume Discount For "50 Cent" Chicken Wings

Pizza Hut Offers Opposite Of Volume Discount For "50 Cent" Chicken Wings

Pizza Hut is now running a promotion for 50-cent chicken wings. That’s per wing, not per order. Not the best price around, but a sensible pricing scheme. In theory. Brian writes that he discovered where this promotion begins to fall apart. [More]

Barnes & Noble Offers Great Battlefield Bad Company 2 Deal, Then Changes Its Mind

Barnes & Noble Offers Great Battlefield Bad Company 2 Deal, Then Changes Its Mind

For a brief, shining moment, Barnes & Noble let customers pre-order the upcoming PC game Battlefield Bad Company 2 for $19.95, far below the retail price. Gamers were skeptical, but placed orders anyway. Their skepticism was well-founded, since the retailer caught the error and canceled all of the mistaken pre-orders…nine days after the deal began to go viral. [More]

Best Buy Employees See Nothing Wrong With Price Tag Off By $9,880

Best Buy Employees See Nothing Wrong With Price Tag Off By $9,880

We’re a little concerned about Best Buy‘s employees. Particularly, the employee at reader Eric’s local store who posted this shelf tag, thinking that nothing was wrong.

At Food Lion, "Value Pricing" Means Extra Confusion!

At Food Lion, "Value Pricing" Means Extra Confusion!

Food Lion can’t decide how much this boneless New York strip steak costs or weighs. It could weigh .47 pounds at $9.49 per pound, or it could be 1.06 pounds of value priced meat at $6.64 per pound. Reader Mike isn’t sure what’s really going on here, but he’s hungry and confused and wants his steak to come with answers.

This Subway Sub To Salad Conversion Is Pretty Expensive

This Subway Sub To Salad Conversion Is Pretty Expensive

Reader Will sent us the above picture and asked why we thought it would cost so much more to substitute a plastic bowl for a piece of bread.

Macy's New Sale: Buy More, Save Less!

Macy's New Sale: Buy More, Save Less!

Macy’s marketing department doesn’t seem to understand either third-grade math or what it means to walk and chew gum.

Home Depot Lets You Keep $199 Power Tool That Rang Up For $0.01

Home Depot Lets You Keep $199 Power Tool That Rang Up For $0.01

Johnny was pleasantly surprised when the $199 power tool he grabbed off the clearance rack rang up at the self-checkout for just $0.01. Home Depot, of course, stopped him before he could leave and asked for the item back, but Johnny wasn’t fast to part with his new toy.

I told the manager well that’s to bad because I ALREADY PAID FOR IT!!! and if you don’t return MY PRODUCT!!! that I PAID FOR!!! that I would call the cops because you are now stealing from me. I will call Weights and Measures. OH YEAH and my attorney.

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