Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Dealing With Mis-Marked Groceries
Say your grocery store normally prices its lamb chops at $14.99/lb. Occasionally it might mark them down to $12.99/lb. But one day, you happen to see 4 packages of lamb chops, one of which is priced at $12.99/lb while the other three are priced at $4.99/lb. You are tempted to snap up those three and just check-out, which might then plague your conscience. Here's the good news, if you let the butcher know, he or she still will let you buy them at the mis-marked price, and will be grateful to you for the feedback so that corrections might be made for future packages.