Originally Posted by Speakerphile
The hyperbole I spoke of was that you were implying that Fry's was always WAY cheaper than Best Buy. You threw out 2 or 3 super old examples at the time. You have come up with one since then, not counting a Blu-Ray(because people care about those). In the end, these things happen. I'm sure there are some that Best Buy beats Fry's on as well. Can you quit mis-using the word hyperbole now? Get over it.
actually lol, I guess you didnt catch the sarcasm I was implying with your misuse of the word "hyperbole"
Super odd examples?...not at all...I have been buying a lot of electronics for years and could cite many examples of what I have stated
I have used many more examples than one with zero percent speculation/assumption....but I chalk that up to selective reading
Those that dont shop ( or buy) as often are not likely to know the continuity levels of comparison pricing
...as I said there are a few I could cite every week...especially this time of year
... I have cited many examples.. easily verifiable ones in TV's
I spoke about the several AVR's as well......same difference in that product category with pricing
People dont care about blu ray's?...I would disagree with you there. I think people care about everything
Whether of not they can take the time to compare( for many reasons) is another factor...but you are mistaken if you think they dont care
I am certain there are items..on weekly basis, that BB beats Fry's on...
However there is a big difference in price match policy. Therein lies the difference
I have shopped and will continue to shop at BB/Magnolia. I have been Premier reward zone for many years.
But...I know the limitations and have the right expectations
and I live in a market with a Fry's.....