First of all,
Happy 2017 from Texas!
I just know it's going to be a banner year
I haven't been very motivated to blog of late,
until today's shopping trip to Joann's.
I guess this post is mostly for my US quilty friends.
I don't purchase fabric from Joann's,
but I do avail myself of their multiple coupons
to stock up on essential items throughout the winter
to bring back to the island with me,
like thread, sewing machine needles, rotary blades...
you get the picture.
This morning, I walked up there armed with three coupons and a list.
(Yes, I walked. It's less than a mile away.
Sometimes that's good, sometimes not so much!)
One coupon was for 50% off my total purchase
of items on the Notions Wall.
The other two coupons were 50% off one regularly priced item.
I shopped the Notions Wall - one coupon,
then picked up two more items
from a different department - the other two coupons.
Pretty simple, you'd think.
Even though I thought I'd already learned my lesson
and presented the Notions Wall coupon first,
the cash register still used 50% off one regularly priced item
on two of the Notions Wall items,
charged me full price for the two regularly priced
non-Notions Wall purchases,
then gave me the overall 50% off
of the remaining Notions Wall items.
Bottom line #1, I still paid full price for the 2 non-Notion Wall items
that I had two 50% off coupons for.
The customer has to make two separate transactions
at the cash register in order for the coupons to work out right.
Bottom line #2, ALWAYS check your receipt before you leave Joann's.
That's not the only sleazy trick they pull.
I feel better now.
Thanks for listening.
(I'm still thankful for the coupons!)