I’m wary of some sale items that are priced at 60% off or better, like electronics or kitchen appliances. There’s got to be something wrong with it in the first place. I bought a TV once that died 1 day after the warranty expired. A big clue to that purchase should have been when the salesperson took the TV's remote from a basket of remotes which was kept on the floor.
I've returned a number of items that have had quality issues: Clothing whose seams have not been sewn properly, or the fabric has faded drastically; toasters which have toasted one side and burned the other side of the bread. Tom says I'm probably on store hot lists by now!
Some infomercials say if you callin the next 10 minutes you’ll receive a second set for free! Is that because the first set only lasts for a week? Maybe a month? [I'm slightly intrigued by the shaver blade sharpener]. We bought a car several years ago through a car club, saving a good chunk of cash. It was factory delivered to the local dealership, and we picked it up. It was also the El Nino season in California. Driving home I rolled up the windows, or thought I did. The windows wouldn't work, so I went back to the dealer. That was the beginning of a long list of malfunctions. The only lemons I like are in my iced tea or in lemon meringue pie.
All Sales Final is another catch phrase. That’s supposed to mean something? Suppose I buy a product and it bites the dust within 30 days of purchasing? What, I can’t return it?
I bought an All Sales Final Southwest style love seat years ago which wassignificantly reduced. The love seat was delivered the same day and looked very nice. After a few minutes of sitting on the love seat,things started hopping around--from the sofa to me--bite, itch...hop, hop. I’d bought my own flea circus.
I complained about this problem but the salesperson said, "All sales are final, lady." Humphh...
I stay clear of most promotional gimmicks… you can’t get something for nothing... or can you…?