After I told him the sign said $1.99 each he charged me $2.99 each for them. I had to say it to him a third time before he charged me the correct price.
Today, marinated chicken breast was $3.99 per pound, and he charged me $4.99 per pound. After telling him about it he fixed the price today.
The store is expensive and I only go there for the fruit, veg and meat because the quality is really good but I'm seriously getting sick of being over priced all of the time.
I could easily have listed 8 or 9 other instances of this.
Has anyone else noticed this happening as well? It can't just be happening to me….
EDIT There seems to be some confusion here. The prices I gave were the vic prices. It was the vic price I was looking at when I said he priced it incorrectly. Yesterday, the price of the meat was $6.99 and the vic price was $4.99, but the advertised price was $3.99. He changed it to $3.99 for me. I can show you lads the labels if need be. I still have both of them.