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Yes I would like my $.35

August 21st, 2007 at 05:48 pm

Ok I go into Publix today to pick up a few things. So I hand the cashier my coupon for $.35 which I thought she did not take off in which I am staring at the screen. When I cash out and get my receipt I am looking for the discount, of course there isn't one. So I say to her did you take the coupon off (while she is staring at me) she says no and hand it to me, I say to her were you planning on telling me or keeping staring wondering if I noctice? I was so upset then I go to the desk and the girl is starin at me as if to say it is only $.35. First of all if the first cashier had applied my discount, by doing her job I would not have been at the customer srvice desk. Boy was I mad

9 Responses to “Yes I would like my $.35”

  1. dtjunkie Says:

    It's not the 0.35, it's the principle!! Good job.

  2. koppur Says:

    Glad you stood up for yourself! Some people are so dumb...

  3. Ima saver Says:

    That is annoying, after all, it is your money!

  4. Aleta Says:

    I've had that happen as well. One day, I had to go to the service counter for the same problem and the lady behind me said," if I give you the coupon money, would that make you happy, I'm in a hurry". I told her that I didn't want her money and that she would have to wait in the line just like I did for someone who was buying $125.00 in lotto tickets.

    Best way to handle that is to complain to the manager and then complain to the regional office.

    Can you imagine if they ripped off 1000 people at .35? That would be $350. Those coupons are just too agravating to cut out and keep track of to put up with remarks like that. That really angers me when they look at you like that.

  5. Kikee Says:



    Something like that, not exactly though, happened to me a few years back. Just after the cashier finished ringing me up, I looked down at my purse and said "Uh-oh!" To which, in a very sarcastic tone she replied, "What? did you forget a coupon??" I just gave her an extremely dirty look and said "No, I am pretty sure I've lost my keys" Luckily they had been turned in at the manager's "office." But still . . . . what a freakin' *witch*!!! @@


  6. littlemama Says:

    Almost the same thing happened to me the other day. My coupon wouldn't ring up, and the cashier said maybe I could use it next time. I nicely informed her that no, I was going to use it this time. She then called a mgr over to ring it in. Smile

  7. Amber Says:

    Wow, Aleta that cashier was really rude and Kikee you're right it all adds up

  8. Aleta Says:

    Amber: It wasn't a cashier, it was a customer behind me that was acting up and I mean acting up. She was shifting her weight from one foot to the other and mostly making a spectacle of herself. I try to just ignor people like that. As I was leaving, one of the customers who was observing the incident said that she would have had to have said something back to the woman more than what I had but admired my not giving her a chance to rant on. As was said, people like that are Type A personalities and the ones who have heart attacks first.

  9. Amber Says:

    Aleta
    You did the right thing, but I think I would have had to say something

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