When Free is not really Free
Posted Thu October 16, 2008 11:48 am, by Martin D. written to Rite Aid
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Yesterday I stopped in my local Rite Aid. You had several items that came with rebates. One of the items I purchased was 6 oz Crest Pro-Health.
The rebate was for free up to 3.19 value on the size I selected.
I selected a product with one of the rebate tags that came with a "full size free pro-health rinse."
The shelf tage was 4.29 cents and the rebate store advertising shelf tag was attached.
What I discovered later was that if I had selected the same product without the "full size free pro health rinse," it would of been a 1.10 cents cheaper.
Now how am I getting a free full size pro health rinse with my purchase of toothpaste if you are charging me the customer 1.10 more?
Crest intended this mouthwash to be a free bonus by even stating it on their packing.
Rite Aid on the other hand marked the bonus packages up 1.10 cents?
Please make sure when you have bonus items that state free that going forward you don't increase the price.
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