Some recent failures:
Almost got away with buying 3 copies of other M on Wii for 0.03 each, went to the self checkout area, but stupid me scanned the games using the normal scanner which ended up turning on an alarm that alerted one of the employees instead of using the handheld one. She started scanning the games and they kept ringing up 3 cents. Each box had a $15 clearance tag so she wanted to override the price to the $15 instead. I told her that maybe the tag was outdated, but she wouldn't budge. It just never dawned on her that maybe something can be cheaper than what the tag says it costs. Called a manager and gave me a speech that the $15 tag was the real price and that the 3 cents was an error. I'll admit I felt kinda mad for not using the handheld scanner and for wasting my time. The handheld scanner didn't turn on the alarm. It didn't occur to me to ask them to price match the 3 cents, but who am I kidding if they want to charge me $15 for a 10 year old game are they really gonna price match them to the 3 cents? She woulda just pulled the whole "we don't price match pricing errors" out of her ass. If anybody in SoCal wants to try their luck, it was the upland store.
Another thing I failed at was when I picked up Infamous Second Son for ps4. The store price is $5, picked it up at the store for $20.96. They wouldn't refund me the difference saying that I would have to return the game for them to put it back in their inventory. Didn't occur to me until I got home to ask to change the payment type. Tried to have the .com site price match the store, but they don't do that and the most they could refund me was $2 because the price went a little lower in the proceeding days. I was thinking of selling the game for a profit, but I'm not sure it would be worth the risk of having the buyer suddenly say they never got the game and ripping me off so I'll just return it, it's not a big deal.
Apparently Verizon SIM Cards are 0.03 cents. https://www.walmart....type=14&veh=aff