for a while i was only doing 10 q's per day at 2 different stores. this past sunday i went in and only did 10 q's and the cashier noticed my binder and informed me that they do not hold customers to the 10q limit and i could get more doubles if i wanted. i asked her why some stores hold to the rules and others don't. she informed me (which by the way this was a customer servce person-they were swamped) that her store does not hold to the rule because they are trying to maximize their earnings and make as much as they can. being where they are located they don't get much traffic other than during doubles and need to make $$$ whenever they can.
on the bogo concern, when i tested the bogo q scenario with just 1 q, i pointed it out to the same cashier (cust service person) that bogo's aren't supposed to double. she said yes i know that too but we still do so.
my personal opinion on this is that if i have been told my people that work there that they want me to do this (not going against manu q rules, etc) and i have brought these concerns to their attention then i may as well.
Dog Food q's ($2.50/1 or higher)
Coffee creamer (liquid or powder)
Hillshire Farms Lunchmeat
Laundry Detergent $1.50/1 or higer
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