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2013-02-08 11:51:00 AM
They need to get back to selling mail-order tapeworms and heroin.
 
2013-02-08 11:59:01 AM

born_yesterday: They need to get back to selling mail-order tapeworms and heroin.


And guns. Don't forget the guns.
 
2013-02-08 12:03:43 PM
Sees what you did there, Subby:

assets.rollingstone.com
 
2013-02-08 12:15:13 PM
Bed Bath and Beyond is the same
 
2013-02-08 12:20:54 PM
Is it valid for Allen wrenches, gerbil feeders, toilet seats, electric heaters, trash compactors, juice extractors, shower rods, water meters, walkie-talkies, copper wires, safety goggles, radial tires, BB pellets, rubber mallets, fans, dehumidifiers, picture hangers, paper cutters, waffle irons, window shutters, paint removers, window louvres, masking tape, plastic gutters, kitchen faucets, folding tables, weather stripping, jumper cables, hooks and tackle, grout and spackle, power foggers, spoons and ladles, pesticides for fumigation, high-performance lubrication, metal roofing, waterproofing, multi-purpose insulation, air compressors, brass connectors, wrecking chisels, smoke detectors, tire gauges, hamster cages, thermostats, bug deflectors, trailer hitch demagnetizers, automatic circumcisers, tennis rackets, angle brackets, duracells, energizers, soffit panels, circuit breakers, vacuum cleaners, coffee makers, calculators, generators or matching salt and pepper shakers?
 
2013-02-08 12:31:06 PM
Sears: The deepest, darkest corner of the mall
 
2013-02-08 12:34:51 PM
But Bed Bath and Beyond actually do take the coupons for everything except the Dysons when they're on sale.  I use to work there and there was nothing we wouldn't take a coupon on.
 
2013-02-08 12:35:26 PM
Does...not do....been a rough week sorry.
 
2013-02-08 12:48:57 PM

Aello: But Bed Bath and Beyond actually do take the coupons for everything except the Dysons when they're on sale.  I use to work there and there was nothing we wouldn't take a coupon on.


2.bp.blogspot.com

Well, not exactly.. unless they ignore their own exemptions
 
2013-02-08 12:49:30 PM
I didn't see Crafstman tools listed. That's the only thing I buy from Sears.
 
2013-02-08 12:52:06 PM

Aello: But Bed Bath and Beyond actually do take the coupons for everything except the Dysons when they're on sale.  I use to work there and there was nothing we wouldn't take a coupon on.


Never worked at BBB, but I can see that.  There is always all sorts of exclusions on the 20% off coupons we seem to get every 2 weeks or so.  We always ignore it and try to purchase anyway and have never been rejected based on either expiration or item.  And if we ever are, I'll just politely tell the cashier that I don't want the item.  No worries.
 
2013-02-08 12:56:58 PM
Think of what you want before you read the coupon. I would be able to get my deep socket wrenches.

But Macy's is like this. They put the kisbosh on my attempted coupon purchase and I haven't been back. That was about five years ago. Kohls.
 
2013-02-08 01:14:15 PM
I actually had one of those 20% off coupons for BB&B

Went in there looking to buy a new $600 dollar Dyson. Found the biggest pot head cashier I could who couldn't give 2 shiats about his job. Used the 20% off and was on my way.

/woo
 
2013-02-08 01:24:08 PM

Dear Jerk: Kohls.


The 10 dollar cards they send me in the mail have no minimum purchase (beyond 10 dollars before tax obviously) and no restrictions on items beyond the charity items (which I assume is just the small rack near the front with Kohls cares teddy bears and whatnot on it).
 
2013-02-08 01:36:33 PM

bhcompy: Bed Bath and Beyond is the same


Nah, we use them all the time. I got 20% off a Roomba - saved me $80.
 
2013-02-08 01:42:54 PM

enry: bhcompy: Bed Bath and Beyond is the same

Nah, we use them all the time. I got 20% off a Roomba - saved me $80.


Which pretty much just brings things down to normal prices after their markup.
 
2013-02-08 01:45:50 PM

Lost Thought 00: enry: bhcompy: Bed Bath and Beyond is the same

Nah, we use them all the time. I got 20% off a Roomba - saved me $80.

Which pretty much just brings things down to normal prices after their markup.


Naah, that was the same price for most other places.
 
2013-02-08 01:51:00 PM
Used to sell lawn mowers for these jokers. If you ever go to the Sears in the Mall of America just notice the broken down, dead inside look in the eyes of people working there.

Okay they had some chick in Marketing how was a dead ringer for Ali Larter who didn't seem too miserable while I was there, but everyone I knew there hated working there.
 
2013-02-08 01:52:39 PM
yeah sears can take that coupon and shove it.
 
2013-02-08 01:57:40 PM
Damn, they're getting tricky now...

Chris Morran at The Consumerist...

Yeah, they know people are getting tired of their website, so now they link to their site from inside of other stories.

Don't understand Consumerist's hate for GameStop, Best Buy and Sears. I understand the farkers' hate; they just like to jump on a bandwagon, but I've never had issues at any of those stores, and Best Buy is far more competitively priced than they used to be.
 
2013-02-08 01:58:28 PM
Craftsman tools are not excluded, so what's the big deal?
 
2013-02-08 02:00:07 PM

Drakin030: I actually had one of those 20% off coupons for BB&B

Went in there looking to buy a new $600 dollar Dyson. Found the biggest pot head cashier I could who couldn't give 2 shiats about his job. Used the 20% off and was on my way.

/woo


The simple, understated 'woo' made my morning, as weird as that sounds.
 
2013-02-08 02:01:36 PM
The Sears in our mall has had a Going Out of Business Sale for the past year it seems.

I am tempted to go and see what they actually have left....but I have better things to do.

/scratches butt
 
2013-02-08 02:09:07 PM
Guitar center does this exact same thing. Instead of listing brands they would save a lot of ink by just saying: "offer not valid for guitars, bass guitars, amps, drums and other percussion, microphones, keyboards, recording equipment, etc.."
 
2013-02-08 02:23:26 PM
The Best Buy coupon mentioned in the article was crazy.  50% of gift cards?   holy shiat.
 
2013-02-08 03:20:33 PM

bhcompy: Bed Bath and Beyond is the same


Can't argue that. Those bastards are happy to screw you through ersatz "coupons", and then give you a hard time when you cancel the sale because they won't honor their own coupons.
 
2013-02-08 03:44:25 PM

Mikey1969: Damn, they're getting tricky now...

Chris Morran at The Consumerist...

Yeah, they know people are getting tired of their website, so now they link to their site from inside of other stories.

Don't understand Consumerist's hate for GameStop, Best Buy and Sears. I understand the farkers' hate; they just like to jump on a bandwagon, but I've never had issues at any of those stores, and Best Buy is far more competitively priced than they used to be.


I see a lot of complaints about Best Buy on fark, but we've never had any problems with them.
 
2013-02-08 03:58:04 PM

Bathia_Mapes: I see a lot of complaints about Best Buy on fark, but we've never had any problems with them.


Back in the early 90's, they were too expensive for me, but in the last 10 years, they've gotten more competitive. I can't order everything online. Some stuff you need to see first hand, and some stuff you don't want to wait for, so I still consider them a good option.

Hell of a lot better then going to WalMart, that's for sure.
 
2013-02-08 04:19:50 PM

Mikey1969: Damn, they're getting tricky now...

Chris Morran at The Consumerist...

Yeah, they know people are getting tired of their website, so now they link to their site from inside of other stories.

Don't understand Consumerist's hate for GameStop, Best Buy and Sears. I understand the farkers' hate; they just like to jump on a bandwagon, but I've never had issues at any of those stores, and Best Buy is far more competitively priced than they used to be.


i've seen a lot of online hate for BestBuy but i've got no complaints. it's simple: i scoff the sweet deals when the need or want arises. years ago we were outfitting my wife with a complete at home office and holy crap we got discounts on everything, even sales items. i asked for it, i got it. we even treated her to a new camera set-up that day and the salesguy was willing and applied his own personal store discount to make the sale. sweet!
 
2013-02-08 04:34:15 PM

KrispyKritter: Mikey1969: Damn, they're getting tricky now...

Chris Morran at The Consumerist...

Yeah, they know people are getting tired of their website, so now they link to their site from inside of other stories.

Don't understand Consumerist's hate for GameStop, Best Buy and Sears. I understand the farkers' hate; they just like to jump on a bandwagon, but I've never had issues at any of those stores, and Best Buy is far more competitively priced than they used to be.

i've seen a lot of online hate for BestBuy but i've got no complaints. it's simple: i scoff the sweet deals when the need or want arises. years ago we were outfitting my wife with a complete at home office and holy crap we got discounts on everything, even sales items. i asked for it, i got it. we even treated her to a new camera set-up that day and the salesguy was willing and applied his own personal store discount to make the sale. sweet!


If you know what you want, and you live in the Puget Sound area, you're much better going to Fry's Electronics than Best Buy any day of the week.
 
2013-02-08 04:53:01 PM

FormlessOne: If you know what you want, and you live in the Puget Sound area, you're much better going to Fry's Electronics than Best Buy any day of the week.


Prices are good at Fry's, and the selection is top notch(You can even buy bare circuit boards and components), but the service is abysmal. Horrible, terrible, crappy AND shiatty. On multiple trips, while looking for what I needed, I have seen am "associate" walking by and called to my wife at the other end of the aisle: "Hey, do you see it down there?". Never once has a Fry's employee stopped to help. The only time you even get them to talk to you(Short of the checkout) is if you are browsing in the printer section or the home electronics section. Otherwise, you could self-immolate and nobody would bat an eye.

In a related note, they screw their employees over, so it's not like they are motivated to go above and beyond. They pay the freaking cashiers on commission  They have no way to even control who comes to their register, let alone how much they buy, but it's policy.
 
2013-02-08 04:59:32 PM
Mikey1969:

Don't understand Consumerist's hate for GameStop, Best Buy and Sears. I understand the farkers' hate; they just like to jump on a bandwagon, but I've never had issues at any of those stores, and Best Buy is far more competitively priced than they used to be.

I have a few BB stories but the one that sums it up best is a TV purchase last year.  We fully intended on buying it from Amazon, but BB had a slightly cheaper price so we went with them (Amazon now charges us sales tax).  The deal was for a new big screen and a "free" 32" LCD as well, which was some national promo from Samsung.  We received the 32" (thanks for not knocking and just leaving it sitting on our front porch UPS) and let it sit in the box as we really didn't have much use for it.  The 55" was delivered a day or two later and we went ahead and hooked it up and started using it.

Two weeks later, the promo changes and the TV drops $400 in price, but no free 32" tv.  Well hell, we aren't going to use the 32" anyway, so my wife goes to take it back to the store (completely unopened) to have them pricematch their most recent ad.   Apparently, it took almost an hour of discussion between her, the Geek Squad manager (why he was involved I have no idea) and the store manager to finally get the thing returned and a credit issued.  They actually wanted us to unhook the big screen, box it back up, drive it to the store, return it and get a NEW big screen out of their inventory in order to process the deal, instead of simply taking the unopened 32" back into stock and crediting us $400.

Then there was the time that my $100 off coupon for letting them give me a complementary home theater consultation was interpreted as a "voucher" by store management and I was told I'd have to pay $99 for the consultation if I wanted the coupon, completely oblivious to the meaning of the word "complementary."

/But I digress
//The derp is strong at my local BB
 
2013-02-08 05:02:39 PM
I always honored the coupons with Dyson, All Clad, fine china name brands.  If the coupon scanned, you got to use it.  The ONLY time we did not take a coupon for Dyson was when they had they annual sale for 20% off. Don't know what kind of idiot cashiers y'all had, but if there was any way we could save the customers money we did.  Now they DO treat the employees like shiat.
 
2013-02-08 05:15:56 PM

IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T: Mikey1969:

Don't understand Consumerist's hate for GameStop, Best Buy and Sears. I understand the farkers' hate; they just like to jump on a bandwagon, but I've never had issues at any of those stores, and Best Buy is far more competitively priced than they used to be.

I have a few BB stories but the one that sums it up best is a TV purchase last year.  We fully intended on buying it from Amazon, but BB had a slightly cheaper price so we went with them (Amazon now charges us sales tax).  The deal was for a new big screen and a "free" 32" LCD as well, which was some national promo from Samsung.  We received the 32" (thanks for not knocking and just leaving it sitting on our front porch UPS) and let it sit in the box as we really didn't have much use for it.  The 55" was delivered a day or two later and we went ahead and hooked it up and started using it.

Two weeks later, the promo changes and the TV drops $400 in price, but no free 32" tv.  Well hell, we aren't going to use the 32" anyway, so my wife goes to take it back to the store (completely unopened) to have them pricematch their most recent ad.   Apparently, it took almost an hour of discussion between her, the Geek Squad manager (why he was involved I have no idea) and the store manager to finally get the thing returned and a credit issued.  They actually wanted us to unhook the big screen, box it back up, drive it to the store, return it and get a NEW big screen out of their inventory in order to process the deal, instead of simply taking the unopened 32" back into stock and crediting us $400.

Then there was the time that my $100 off coupon for letting them give me a complementary home theater consultation was interpreted as a "voucher" by store management and I was told I'd have to pay $99 for the consultation if I wanted the coupon, completely oblivious to the meaning of the word "complementary."

/But I digress
//The derp is strong at my local BB


Ok, those are pretty bad examples.
 
2013-02-08 05:38:13 PM
jspenguin:

going to the hardware store?
 
2013-02-08 05:52:11 PM

Spadababababababa Spadina Bus: Sees what you did there, Subby:


Dammit! I was gonna say that.
 
2013-02-08 08:07:31 PM

IamSoSmart_S_M_R_T: Mikey1969:

Don't understand Consumerist's hate for GameStop, Best Buy and Sears. I understand the farkers' hate; they just like to jump on a bandwagon, but I've never had issues at any of those stores, and Best Buy is far more competitively priced than they used to be.

I have a few BB stories but the one that sums it up best is a TV purchase last year.  We fully intended on buying it from Amazon, but BB had a slightly cheaper price so we went with them (Amazon now charges us sales tax).  The deal was for a new big screen and a "free" 32" LCD as well, which was some national promo from Samsung.  We received the 32" (thanks for not knocking and just leaving it sitting on our front porch UPS) and let it sit in the box as we really didn't have much use for it.  The 55" was delivered a day or two later and we went ahead and hooked it up and started using it.

Two weeks later, the promo changes and the TV drops $400 in price, but no free 32" tv.  Well hell, we aren't going to use the 32" anyway, so my wife goes to take it back to the store (completely unopened) to have them pricematch their most recent ad.   Apparently, it took almost an hour of discussion between her, the Geek Squad manager (why he was involved I have no idea) and the store manager to finally get the thing returned and a credit issued.  They actually wanted us to unhook the big screen, box it back up, drive it to the store, return it and get a NEW big screen out of their inventory in order to process the deal, instead of simply taking the unopened 32" back into stock and crediting us $400.

Then there was the time that my $100 off coupon for letting them give me a complementary home theater consultation was interpreted as a "voucher" by store management and I was told I'd have to pay $99 for the consultation if I wanted the coupon, completely oblivious to the meaning of the word "complementary."

/But I digress
//The derp is strong at my local BB


Technically, they were correct. "Complimentary" is free. "Complementary" means two things joined together to enhance each other, i.e. their cash drawer and your home theater
 
2013-02-08 09:21:18 PM
AFA applying to Craftsman tools one of the exemptions is "Everyday great price items".  If you read a Sears Craftsman ad in small print they say something about 'while not discounted we believe this represents a great value blah blah blah'.  But Craftsman tools have gone to hell from what they used to be.

/not to mention Sears ripping off inventors
 
2013-02-08 09:52:37 PM

Lost Thought 00: enry: bhcompy: Bed Bath and Beyond is the same

Nah, we use them all the time. I got 20% off a Roomba - saved me $80.

Which pretty much just brings things down to normal prices after their markup.


I was gonna say... You can get better prices, but if you have a 20% off coupon the place becomes convenient.
 
2013-02-08 10:17:45 PM
Macys laughs at your feeble attempts...

img.dealspl.us
 
2013-02-08 10:24:50 PM

pudding7: The Best Buy coupon mentioned in the article was crazy.  50% of gift cards?   holy shiat.


yeah. thats about as 'free money' as it gets
 
2013-02-08 10:38:58 PM
The Kmart/Sears shopper reward program kept sending emails for $5.00 (or other amounts) off your purchase with a rewards card but neglected to include fine print such as minimum purchase amounts. Called them on it and they said the details were in the email. After forwarding the messages back to them, pointing out the repeatedly missing info, they added almost $20.00 to my rewards account.
 
2013-02-08 11:02:25 PM

Mikey1969: Damn, they're getting tricky now...

Chris Morran at The Consumerist...

Yeah, they know people are getting tired of their website, so now they link to their site from inside of other stories.

Don't understand Consumerist's hate for GameStop, Best Buy and Sears. I understand the farkers' hate; they just like to jump on a bandwagon, but I've never had issues at any of those stores, and Best Buy is far more competitively priced than they used to be.


For Sears, I think they've started sourcing inventory from the same place in China that Walmart goes to. The last 4-5 things I've bought from them have all broken within a month. Including an item that was exchanged, had the new one break down, had THAT exchanged, had THAT one break, exchanged it for ANOTHER DOA item, and, convinced they'd gotten a bad batch, told the manager to apply the store credit for a completely different brand, and then had THAT one break two months later. Then they said they couldn't do refunds or exchanges more than 90 days out, and I was out of luck.
 
2013-02-08 11:15:55 PM

Sim Tree: Mikey1969: Damn, they're getting tricky now...

Chris Morran at The Consumerist...

Yeah, they know people are getting tired of their website, so now they link to their site from inside of other stories.

Don't understand Consumerist's hate for GameStop, Best Buy and Sears. I understand the farkers' hate; they just like to jump on a bandwagon, but I've never had issues at any of those stores, and Best Buy is far more competitively priced than they used to be.

For Sears, I think they've started sourcing inventory from the same place in China that Walmart goes to. The last 4-5 things I've bought from them have all broken within a month. Including an item that was exchanged, had the new one break down, had THAT exchanged, had THAT one break, exchanged it for ANOTHER DOA item, and, convinced they'd gotten a bad batch, told the manager to apply the store credit for a completely different brand, and then had THAT one break two months later. Then they said they couldn't do refunds or exchanges more than 90 days out, and I was out of luck.


Only Sears branded stuff I buy is tools, I'll continue to swear by Craftsman, but I think a lot of their other stuff is starting to suffer.
 
2013-02-08 11:41:12 PM

Whatthefark: I didn't see Crafstman tools listed. That's the only thing I buy from Sears.


I used to trade my old Craftsman screwdrivers for new ones once in a while, but the last ones I got were so crappy it's not even worth driving down there now.
 
2013-02-08 11:44:21 PM

Mikey1969: Damn, they're getting tricky now...

Chris Morran at The Consumerist...

Yeah, they know people are getting tired of their website, so now they link to their site from inside of other stories.

Don't understand Consumerist's hate for GameStop, Best Buy and Sears. I understand the farkers' hate; they just like to jump on a bandwagon, but I've never had issues at any of those stores, and Best Buy is far more competitively priced than they used to be.


I go back and forth on Best Buy. Sometimes they're complete morons, and sometimes they're pretty cool.

But here's my ridiculous Best Buy story:
I got a car stereo installed as a present, but still had all the paperwork. I realized pretty quickly that the CD player was skipping for reasons that had nothing to do with the disks I was putting in, so I took it back within a month to get it swapped out. Unfortunately, I had moved during that month and had to go to a different Best Buy. They didn't have the same model, so they offered an equivalent. Ok, cool. But that meant a manager had to get involved which is when all hell broke loose.

Even though I had my receipt, the manager claimed that I didn't have the paperwork that showed that the other Best Buy had actually installed the stereo - even though installation was free with purchase and I had all the paperwork the gift giver was given at installation. So I had to wait around for them - close to an hour - to try to contact the other best buy and fax the paperwork over, which apparently never happened because the other Best Buy didn't feel like dealing with crazy manager guy. Manager guy decides to be nice and "waive" the requirement for paperwork that likely didn't exist, and they go about actually installing the stereo. So I wait some more.

They swap it out and then I have to wait at a register so they can actually do the swap in their system, which is fine. I'm standing there with the boxes for both stereo systems with both a tech and a manager, and we get up to the cashier. The cashier rings stuff up, and is going through the boxes, and then says: "That'll be $32.48."

Me: "Uh, this is an even exchange because my other stereo was defective."
Cashier: "Oh, but you didn't return the remote."
Me: "It didn't come with a remote. There was never a remote."
Cashier: "Well, the system says there's one."
Crazy manager guy, looking smug: "Clearly, there was a remote or the system wouldn't say that."

I am not proud to say that after the conversation went downhill from there that I pretty much lost it on that smug douchebag. They finally got a second manager to come over who had at least two brain cells to look at the box and instruction manual for the stereo I was returning and confirm that there was no remote mentioned anywhere. I think at that point they wanted me out of the store.

The new stereo worked fine, but it was years before I went back into a Best Buy, and even now, I'm hesitant. Since then I've run into much more helpful Best Buy employees, but I'm always very cautious about their policies.
 
2013-02-09 12:02:46 AM

Mikey1969: Prices are good at Fry's, and the selection is top notch(You can even buy bare circuit boards and components), but the service is abysmal. Horrible, terrible, crappy AND shiatty. On multiple trips, while looking for what I needed, I have seen am "associate" walking by and called to my wife at the other end of the aisle: "Hey, do you see it down there?". Never once has a Fry's employee stopped to help. The only time you even get them to talk to you(Short of the checkout) is if you are browsing in the printer section or the home electronics section. Otherwise, you could self-immolate and nobody would bat an eye.

In a related note, they screw their employees over, so it's not like they are motivated to go above and beyond. They pay the freaking cashiers on commission  They have no way to even control who comes to their register, let alone how much they buy, but it's policy.


The other day I was visiting my parents and since my mom's new monitor wouldn't go to sleep on an HDMI input, I needed an HP displayport to DVI converter.  I found one online that was in stock for $10.  I went to the store with the item number and looked in the cables section.  I found a Monster brand one for $50 but nothing cheaper.  I took the item number to a disinterested pair of employees, waited for a lull in their conversation, and had one look it up.  The guy said that he helped a customer find the last one yesterday and they were really out.  I hadn't even seen where it should have been so I asked where it would be when it was back in stock.  He motioned over to the video cards where they apparently stock them, away from the $50 monster cable.  Turns out it was in stock because I found one in a stack of Displayport to HDMI cables.  I still prefer Fry's to BB any day of the week.
 
2013-02-09 01:17:41 AM
You know you have bad customer service when what should be a thread about bad service by a retail competitor ends up being a thread about YOUR bad customer service.  Outstanding performance, Best Buy!
 
2013-02-09 01:25:32 AM

FormlessOne: KrispyKritter: Mikey1969: Damn, they're getting tricky now...

Chris Morran at The Consumerist...

Yeah, they know people are getting tired of their website, so now they link to their site from inside of other stories.

Don't understand Consumerist's hate for GameStop, Best Buy and Sears. I understand the farkers' hate; they just like to jump on a bandwagon, but I've never had issues at any of those stores, and Best Buy is far more competitively priced than they used to be.

i've seen a lot of online hate for BestBuy but i've got no complaints. it's simple: i scoff the sweet deals when the need or want arises. years ago we were outfitting my wife with a complete at home office and holy crap we got discounts on everything, even sales items. i asked for it, i got it. we even treated her to a new camera set-up that day and the salesguy was willing and applied his own personal store discount to make the sale. sweet!

If you know what you want, and you live in the Puget Sound area, you're much better going to Fry's Electronics than Best Buy any day of the week.


I agree that Fry's is better than Best Buy, but for me the nearest one is roughly 100 miles away in Wilsonville.
 
2013-02-09 03:13:58 AM

Mikey1969: They pay the freaking cashiers on commission They have no way to even control who comes to their register, let alone how much they buy, but it's policy.


That actually makes sense if your goal is to have cashiers who are motivated to ring people up and push reward programs as fast as possible.
 
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