Earlier this week I went to Walgreens to purchase allergy medicne for my daughter. It was a new medicine for us and they didn't carry a Walgreens version. It was $12.99. Yikes! A little pricey to say the least and not a coupon in sight. Either way I wanted to try with her to see if her sniffles went away or at least decreased. I put the medicine in the cart and quickly walked through the store and searched the end caps (a bad habit I have when shopping).
I was just about to leave when I noticed a display at one of the ends of the aisle. It said the medicine was $9.99. I compared the medicine on the display with the medicine in the cart and sure enought they were the same. Now being Walgreens, I was pretty certain the $12.99 price would ring up. So, I asked before I purchased it (note: our 3-year-old was not with me). As I predicted it was $12.99. We scanned the ads and then she called someone to check the prices in the aisle. Eventually I had to walk back and show the display. Within a second they adjusted the price. Ah, that was worth the hassle.
As I was leaving the store, I heard someone say they adjusted the price at the register. I walked away feeling good that I got the cheaper price and anyone else who purchases that medicine this week will get it, too.