04-15-2012 04:18 PM
You say you have the Kindle Fire on Sale, but in fact that is the sale price at almost every retail store you go in, because I have be looking for one the past month, even on line and they have It for $199, Walmart and Target has it for $199 everyday, and Amazon has it for $199. So what do you sale it for when you don't suppose to have it on sale. The best sell was one I missed, a friend of mine got one from Walmart for valentine's day for $199 and got a walmart gift card for $50. I thought your store was suppose to have the best buy.
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04-15-2012 06:14 PM
Universal pricing. Blame Amazon for their control of the market.
Believe we had the same offer running ($50 Bestbuy giftcard) when Wal-Mart had theirs. Companies such as Amazon, Apple, Bose, Sonos, and others all have their own prices at which retailers can sell their merchandise. The store may have accidentally put out a "On Sale" sign instead of the "As Advertised" signage.