Originally Posted by Vulgarism
Again, this is wrong. It is buy one get one free. If you purchase three games, for example, one that is $30, one that is $20, and one that is $10, it will charge you full price for the $30 game, give you the $10 game for free, and then charge you for the $20 game. If you purchased just the $30 and $20 games, then you would get the $20 game for free in that instance.
Having been a CAG for 6+ years you'd think you'd know how the retail market works by now. Have you never purchased more than two items at a store with a B1G1 promo before? That is not how it is supposed to work, and if anyone at the store tells you it's correct, they are blatantly lying and misadvertising.
I don't even know how a discussion about purchasing the cheaper one and getting the more expensive one for free even came up, but I think people in this thread simply can't read.
Anyway, I've said my peace: the website calculations or the way the promo is configured is