Let's say some unnamed hypothetical person were to go to the grocery store on the last day of a sale, and the store was completely OUT of the bogo spare ribs advertised. Let's further say that the store is ALWAYS out of whatever meat they have on their super sales. (And let's also say that one realizes that one can usually get a rain check, which one will typically forget one has in her purse until after it expires, and besides that? rain checks are a pain in the, um, neck.)
Anyway, hypothetically, let's just say that one were to notice that a different brand of spare ribs right next to the sale ribs had one package (likely) mismarked at .21 cents instead of approximately $5.00 like all the rest of the packages of that brand. Would one need to feel bad about just buying the .21 cent and a $5 package, basically claiming the bogo deal one went in for in the first place?
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There are days I'd probably sell it for less. Or even trade it for a Diet Coke.