Am I wrong? Do I have a reason to be po'd?
Scenario: CVS run tonite
Cascade 2/$5 Reg $3.49 ea
Cheerios 2/$5 Reg $4.29 ea
1 Folgers coffee $2.22 $4.39 ea
1 Bounty Basic $4.99 $6.49
2 colgate total toothpaste $5.98 bogo
2 colgate total toothpaste FREE
Sub-TOTAL Charged $23.83 (Regular Price of all $38.40)
1 cvs $4/20 coupon ACCEPTED
1 cvs $5/15 coupon ACCEPTED
1 cvs $2/10 coupon ACCEPTED
Tax $ .64
1 mfg bounty basic .25 DENIED
1 mfg folgers .25 DENIED
1 mfg cheerios $1.00 DENIED
1 mfg cascade $1.00 DENIED
1 mfg intrnet colgate total toothpaste $1.00 DENIED
1 mfg intrnet colgate total toothpaste $1.50 DENIED
Total DENIED coupons $ 5.00
The clerk took me off guard when I handed her the mfg coupons and I asked her to repeat what she had just said, this is word for word what she said,
clerk: "Ok, that's it, I can't take these. It was pushing it when I took these three cvs. I am only suppose to take one coupon."
me: "What? These are manufacturer coupons."
clerk: "I know that, I already took three coupons, we are supposed to only take one and I'm not taking those coupons."
me: "Since when, this store has always took multiple coupons."
clerk: "It's always been that way. I'm only suppose to take one coupon."
I stood there contemplating what to do. Pay her or tell her to give me back my three cvs coupons and keep merchandise. I looked around for the manager and there was noone around 15 minutes before closing.
I paid her and left the store fuming.
I have never heard of a store that would only accept ONE coupon per order. Kind of defeats the purpose hugh. Maybe next time I will just have her ring up all my merchandise one item at a time, one order at a time if I have a coupon for it.
My Projected Grand Total of trip was to be $7.83.