Wow. I went into my CC the other day. I needed a SATA cable and some blank DVDs. No cable to be had and the cheapest dvds were $19 for 15 single layer disks. The Dual layer disks were $30 for 10.
CC price policies are a joke thats why there stores are closing.
Its easy to say yes I will sell you that item for the same as the other guy as long as they have it. In others words if Best Buy has speakers for $100 but are out of stock till next week then CC wont sell you that same item they have for $179 at lower price till Best Buy gets it in. So if I have to wait a week to buy a item then why would I go back to CC? This logic doesn't work in a "Low Price Guarantee" either your the low price all the time or your not. I understand that they wouldn't want to match close outs but we are talking regular items. So long CC wont miss you at all.
I know a *lot* of people bust on Best Buy for their business practices, but I haven't seen much better behavior from Circuit City. (Disclaimer: I go to Fry's for big purchases).
The only time I ever felt like I got a good deal at Circuit City was when I was buying a pretty low-end machine, many years ago: They had this interactive configuration kiosk. I eliminated nearly two-hundred bucks off the price by removing 'features' I knew from the specs were built onto the motherboard (video, audio, networking). It was a pretty primitive kiosk.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
wow, and i thought that the local mom and pop shops ripped people off with their blow out specials.
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