Today I bought a bag of apples at Albertsons, and they rang up $1.49 a pound. I knew the sign said $1.00 a pound so I spoke up to the checker. She checked and I was indeed correct. They have a policy that if something rings up wrong you get it free (one item). I wasn't sure what she would do with a whole bag of apples, but was pleased when she rang the entire bag for 50 cents a pound! Thank you Albertsons! Does anyone know if this is policy at other grocery stores?
Moral of the story: Don't be shy to say when something doesn't ring up right. It pays off!
PS. It is our duty to speak up when we are undercharged as well. Be a good citizen friends.