Bargain hunting pains
Ever been so good, you felt bad?
I had a brazen weekend of deal hunting. It was my last chance to use a coupon at a store that I shall not name (to protect my right to return). The offer: $10 off a purchase of $10 or more. Naturally, I had scored multiples.
I intended to share with my husband, or shop over a couple of days. But life got busy. I found myself with four passes and barely as many hours to use them. So I walked in, shopped, walked out, deposited the bag in the car. I turned around, entered another door and repeated.
My haul: A sweater for $7 and a designer t-shirt for $3. I also got four bath towels for $4 and three dishtowels for $0.50. The woman behind the register glared as I rooted around for two quarters.
It's hard to feel bad about saving money in a world of jacked-up retail prices. But I know I took advantage of an offer intended for one-time use. Was I in the right, or the wrong? What's your most shameless shopping adventure?
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