While shopping at the local Walmart in Anderson,In, I asked if the "match ad" price allpied to everything. On my next visit I tred to purchase an 18 pack of Bud Light.
The register screen read, "cannot match ad Bud Light." The cashier called for a CSM to help and also the store manager. I was told that the match ad does not apply to alcohol. My complaint is that it is not written on ANY of the match ad signs that the offer does not apply to alcohol. To me that is false advertising.
If it was written, then I could understand the store's policy, but for it not to be written ANYWHERE, is not right. I think your signs need to include that information. The store manager was a bit rude with me, saying it was a state law that beer could not be reduced in price, like I should have known that. I then asked, how do other stores manage to sell it at special sale prices.
I didn't understand his explanation. I shop at Walmart for the majority of our groceries and other products, but my experiences lately have made me want to change my mind.
I have also had rude cashiers, that won't speak or start on the next customer before I was finished loading my cart with my grocery bags. I work too hard for my money to be treated rudely.
Product or Service Mentioned: Walmart Cashier.