Office Max and prices
OK, I'm sure there is a reason for this, such a cookies, or some such stuff, and perhaps this is the way the internet is, but I still think it is sneaky and underhanded.
I got a coupon in the mail, you know, the deadtree version, and it gave me a $30 off my next order from OfficeMax. Oh, boy, I thought.I need a new printer cartridge, I'll order that and get it sent with my coupon. So I logged onto OfficeMax, and got ready to place my order, when I thought, that is odd, it seems more expensive then I recall it being, and got ready to place my order, when my browser crashed, so I went to my laptop, and logged in, and noticed the price was less expensive, because I had not logged in. I was ordering an HP Color LaserJet 06570A Black Toner Cartridge that had been $161 when I was logged in, and was now $154.99.
What kind of sh*t is that? When I logged in, the price jumped up to the $161, but since I had a coupon for $30 off, I at least paid less then the $154.99, but why give me a false sense of savings? I would still have gotten the free shipping, either way.
I would rather that they played fair instead of pulling this kind of thing on me.
It will think twice before I order again from them.