|Venting!!Page 1 of 1 |
|I looked for a CD on the Barnes & Noble website. It shows the List Price as $13.99. The Online Price is $11.19, and the Member Price is $10.07. I'm not a member - I don't buy enough books and music to make the dues worthwhile. Anyway, so I clicked on "Check store availability" and found the store closest to me has the CD. I go over there on my lunch hour, and the store's price is $16.99, "on sale" for $14.99.|
What a flippin' rip off. I told the clerk their website said the List Price is $13.99. She said that's the online price. I told her it's their LIST PRICE. When I got back to the office I looked at the website again; in tiny print it says that web and store prices may vary. HELLLOOOOO.....I'm doing all the work by driving to the store to get it. Yes, I know they need to pay rent, payroll and all, but STILL.
I was there, I went ahead and bought it for $14.99. It better be GOOD.
Posted: 4/30/2008 8:27:52 PM
|I've found A LOT of companies have lower prices on the net than in store, but then many times you have to watch for shipping costs.|
It's a conspiracy I say!
Posted: 5/1/2008 6:51:57 AM
|its just like going to the 7-11 its more there than in the normal store your just paying extra for the convinets of it|
Posted: 5/1/2008 8:48:08 PM
|Ok I get the venting & all, but doggone-it, WHAT CD?????|
Inquiring minds must know!!!
Posted: 5/2/2008 6:37:34 AM
It's Brian Culbertson, Bringing Back the Funk.
I'd never heard of him before he opened for Barry Manilow last Saturday. This guy is awesome!!! So is the CD.
Posted: 5/3/2008 8:48:22 AM
|I bought it at Barnes & Noble......you might check Best Buy....|
Posted: 5/6/2008 7:43:54 AM
|Or you can check online and see if you can find it free to burn! :O)|
Apparently Brian Culbertson recently has a download release...check things like eMusic, Napster, or others...many offer freebie trial memberships!