Occasionally, stores have a bag sale. A sale where the store gives a bag to each customer, then give a designated percentage off the price of everything fits in the bag. Not a bag as the above, but a large paper bag – one slightly larger than a large brown paper bag from a grocery store.
Besides the discounted percentage in large letters, phrases as “Even sale priced items” qualify” get the buyer’s attention. Although “No early discounts” apply because of the designated dates involved, nothing like a sale when lawyers get involved. After all, the fine print list is probably what has been tried by customers at past sales.
According to the fine print, In order to qualify for the discount,
- All merchandise must fit inside the bag
- All merchandise must fit inside the bag all at one time
- No modifications to the bag
- Products up to twice the height of the bag qualify as long as it fits inside the bag
- If purchasing multiples of one item, all must fit inside the bag
- No stacking beyond the height of the bag
- All items inside the bag must remain in original packaging
- Merchandise cannot be disassembled to fit in the bag
- Not valid on Gift Cards, special orders, picking lists/invoices, rental agreements, self-service items, or the floozies in the backroom
- No rainchecks
- No price adjustments from previous sales
- One bag per guest
- In the spirit of the sale, please do not ask the cashier to split your purchase up across multiple bags held by family members.
Any morals to this story?