I told the manager that I was upset about the in-store special
I decided to order marijuana supplies from a different shop on Saturday. I was looking at all of the specials online and I found a cannabis shop that was offering 25% off all items in the store. I carefully went through the online shopping cart and added a couple of things. The total for my order was almost $300, but I knew the amount was before the sale price. Even with taxes, I expected my order to be around $250. A dispensary technician called me a couple hours later to review the order. I was surprised when she gave me the total, because it did not include the discount. I asked the bartender if I was getting the sale price and that’s when I found out that the discount was only offered for in-store purchases. Since I was having the marijuana supplies delivered, I did not qualify for the 25% off sale. I didn’t see any disclaimer online when I was placing the order and I was very annoyed and aggravated. I raised my voice to the bartender and I demanded to speak with the manager. I told the manager that I was upset about the in-store special. The online website and order form did not alert me that the sale prices were only on marijuana products purchased in the store. The manager apologized for the confusion, but she wouldn’t give me the 25% off unless I came to the dispensary to pick up my order. It was too much money to lose, so I got dressed and drove to town to pick up my supplies.