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Florist Added Pretty Purple Ribbon, Subtracted Actual Attractive Flowers

Maybe MZ should have just picked up some flowers from Walmart or the grocery store instead. FTD sent the order to a local florist, but not a competent local florist. Maybe FTD should learn to search Yelp first. [More]

Target's Nightmare Before Christmas

Target's Nightmare Before Christmas

Are you interested in mixing up your Christmas and Halloween traditions this year, but aren’t a character in the classic claymation movie “The Nightmare Before Christmas?” Maybe place a bubbling cauldron on the Yule log, or dress up like a chicken while you serve the Christmas goose? Target can help you with that. All in one aisle. [More]

Friday Tipster Round-Up: Holiday Creep Edition

Friday Tipster Round-Up: Holiday Creep Edition

Sifting through this week’s submissions, it looks like users of the free Consumerist Tipster App had the holidays on their brains. Of course, it appears they didn’t have much choice as stores have already begun packing the aisles with Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas items. [More]

Friday Tipster Round-Up: Display Blowout Edition

Friday Tipster Round-Up: Display Blowout Edition

Thousands of readers have already downloaded our free Consumerist Tipster App. Here are just a handful of the photos they’ve sent in. Remember that you can always see even more Tipster photos on our Facebook page. [More]

This Travelodge Ashtray Sends Out A Mixed Message

This Travelodge Ashtray Sends Out A Mixed Message

While the FDA has decided to go for the ick-factor in trying to curb smoking, the folks at Travelodge are combating in-room tobacco use in an interesting way… with ashtrays. [More]

Walgreens Thinks $1.99 Mouthwash Is Worth $2.99

Walgreens Thinks $1.99 Mouthwash Is Worth $2.99

Reader Joy spotted an odd price discrepancy between the MSRP on the label of this bottle of mouthwash at Walgreens and the price on the shelf. So she whipped out her iPhone and sent in a picture of it to us using our new Consumerist Tipster App. She chose “2″ as her “Anger Level,” indicating “a failure to communicate.” The real question is whether the rinse rings up as $1.99 or $2.99 at the register. Either way, annoying. [More]