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The "Ring Right" Policy At Grocery Stores



Be sure and take advantage of the "ring right" policy at grocery stores when you are charged incorrectly for an item. The way it works: You are given one item FREE and the remainder of the same item is charged the correct price.

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  • Ditto on the loathing Walmart! Report this to Bentonville for the record. I avoid Walmart as much as possible. - by TEXASFILLY
  • I have taken advantage of this on multiple occasions... one day my grocery bill dropped by $20 because of items ringing up wrong. The supervisor did not like it, but she did correct my bill per the stated policy. - by JOURNEYFORME
  • FIEVEL96
    I take advantage of this as much as possible...unless you are at Wal-Mart, where they will make you go to the shelf to verify the price, then will only refund you the difference. Also very bad at Wal-Mart is the shelf prices. Make sure that you are actually buying what is marked on the price ticket on the shelf, or you get screwed there too...can't tell you how many times I have let them keep a product because the produce was not in the correct space on the shelf. I hate Wal-Mart. - by FIEVEL96

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