So I drove out to the sears here that had a good selection of stuff last month when I went to go get the Wii points cards (south hills pittsburgh) this afternoon just to see what was left and if there were any new markdowns. Well it was an interesting experience to say the least. First, all the clearance stickers said "March" on them still. Wouldn't they say "April" if this months price drop had taken effect and the employees had reduced anything today?
Second (my favorite part of the afternoon BY FAR) was that I found a copy of Silent Hill Homecoming for 360 @14.97 and since I drove out that way I figured I might as well get something while I was there. So I went to ask a guy who was helping a woman with a washer, and after 5 minutes of waiting another employee shows up (ignoring me in the process). I ask him after a minute if he could help me by getting a game out of the case. He says he doesn't have the key, ask the other gentleman if he has one (which he also replied no) and looks me dead in the saying "you know what you should just come back in like a half hour then maybe someone can help you. But if I was you, unless it is some crazy cheap clearance price, if I was you I would just go over to Gamestop and get it." I about laughed out loud at how crazy that was, to actively talk a customer out of giving your store money. That's amazing customer service for sure!
The sad thing is, as much as I hate Gamestop, I actually did walk down (just to price check) and it was more expensive used than it was new at sears.
You should have told the manager. And, you should find a customer care number for them. They should give you a gift card.