Or do you think all store loyalty programs are the ultimate bait-and-switch? This article http://couponsinthenews.com/20.....n-purpose/
says the Missouri State Attorney General alleged last year that this is the case regarding the pricing and rewards program at Walgreens.
Retailers are able to lure us into their stores by promising lower prices, while knowing that a certain percentage of careless or confused shoppers who aren’t loyalty program members will end up paying the higher prices that are hidden in the fine print. Throw in some really confusing shelf tags, a buy-now-earn-later rewards system, and sloppy signage, and it might make the whole loyalty program seem like, well, a bit of a scam.
What's your experience at other stores? Are there any store loyalty programs that you feel really do consistently save you money? Or do you have to be on guard and always do price comparisons to achieve the most savings?