I say this because based on personal experience, items that were listed on sale in the aisle was not ringing up at the register at the sale price and was not listed in the catalog. Sometimes the sales price does not calculate automatically when scanned. This is also includes checking your receipt before leaving the register and paying attention when the items are being scanned. This is not the time to be texting or playing “Angry Bird” on the cell phone (just saying)
Redeem those Points: If you have a free membership card, there are usually points that are added to your card overtime you shop. For some store the total points available are listed on the receipt. Don’t forget to redeem those points you can automatically get an item for free with those added points
Shop around: If you are like me, and live in a neighborhood where there is more than one grocery store, it’s advisable to shop around. I find that prices varied from store to store. Items that are higher priced in one store might be less in the other. This can save you a few dollars, so shop around for better deals. Speaking from personal experience, I do this all the time and I save.
Rudal, you have made some really good points here when shopping. I have found many times that some items are on sale but when you pay for it at the cashier register, the item is charged at full price, and I then have to speak to the manager.
We all need to be very vigil these days when it comes to spending money, so I appreciate your points. Thanks.
It doesn't work now, but when there was a Safeway in my home town I used to deliberately allow sale items to be charged at the full price. The company's complaints policy was no questions asked, so when I complained about the error they refunded ALL my money and allowed me to keep the item. Morrisons, which took over Safeway, does not have such a generous policy.
@Dennis. Those were the days Dennis, but not any more. I find that Lidl have a good selection of some cheap goods. I also buy in bulk from Billingsgate Fish market, Costcos etc, as the products work out much cheaper than the average shop.