just because they're not losing money now doesn't mean you should screw them. Just be happy they gave you deals in the past. I buy from whatever store is cheapest. I have no loyalty to one store over another, and I'm not going to hate a store just because they want to stop losses.
Who said I was doing it to screw them? The only reason I shopped there in the last few years was BECAUSE of GCU. Now that it's gone, I have no reason to even pay attention to Best Buy. I didn't buy much from them before GCU and I won't now. MAYBE I will at Black Friday or something, but otherwise, they never have good deals anyway. I'm not doing it to "screw them," though I am pissed at them for dropping this program, especially with no warning or replacement of any kind. When I said "screw them" I meant screw them for treating customers this way. They didn't even have the decency to send a letter or an email about it. They just quietly dropped it and only said anything because of the backlash. If this is how Best Buy wants to treat its customers, then as I said before, they can die a slow death. But I'm not "not" shopping there to hurt them. I'm not shopping there now because I no longer have a reason to. That's all. Besides, it's really none of your business how I shop or how I feel about companies. I respect your position on the matter, please do the same for me.
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