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Discussion: WALMART

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March 22, 2020
garyheifner
597 posts
WALMART
Our local Walmart in Huntley Illinois has a special deal. Every Tuesday, thru April 28th the store will be open to 60+ seniors only from 6:00 AM to 7:00 AM.

Point: We might get stuff we can't get at other times.

CK with your local Walmart.
March 22, 2020
stever
Men's 65
88 posts
I don't know whether or not it is local or national, but our local Walmarts are price gouging. $6 for a gallon of milk that usually goes for $1.99.
March 23, 2020
AJC
Men's 60
135 posts
Gallon of milk costs $7.50 here. But to put things in perspective, a 2 bedroom apartment costs upward of $3,500 a month SF peninsula.
March 23, 2020
Chief144
Men's 70
134 posts
City of Fresno just fined a store here $10k for overcharging! He was charging $16 for a 24 pack of water. They are going around to stores seeing if the are charging more than 10% above the regular price. Asking people to report overpricing.
March 23, 2020
garyheifner
597 posts
Guess we are lucky. My Walmart is pretty much holding pre-virus prices.

Maybe the one advantage we have is that right across the street my Del Web has about 10,000 residents. U do not want to piss off this community.
March 24, 2020
tugboat
38 posts
Walmart in my Maryland store $1.35 a gallon
March 27, 2020
Cuervo13
29 posts
A 7-Eleven in the 408 was charging $4.00 a roll of TP. Haven't seen any price gouging other than that and that was hearsay. Gas is cheap for us on the west coast right now at $2.50 (Costco).
March 28, 2020
Wood_1966
Men's 50
49 posts
My intent is to stop patronizing all the stores and gas stations that are taking advantage of this situation by raising prices. while I believe in capitalism, I do not believe in price gouging! I think everyone should stop going to these establishments and go to those places that are maintaining normal prices.
March 28, 2020
tucsondoubleplay
11 posts
Local Wal-Mart stores are not able to raise the price of an item above the corporate price. You probably saw a label of an item next to the milk.
March 28, 2020
Ho
297 posts
On the other side..gas station in Cleveland is selling gas .89 a gallon.,,yes that is eighty-nine cents,
Ho
March 29, 2020
Omar Khayyam
1302 posts
Ho, that is good news! Do you think that would qualify as an "essential" trip? I do live in California.
March 29, 2020
AJC
Men's 60
135 posts
Cuervo13 reminds me, whats the deal with the toilet paper anyways. I dont get it
March 29, 2020
Ho
297 posts
There has been a gasoline price war in the cleve-Akron area the past two weeks..price ranges mainly between $1.49 to $1.89.

Ho
March 30, 2020
Omar Khayyam
1302 posts
When I filled up ten days ago, the cheapest gas station in town had regular for $3.29 a gallon! Ah, California—you gotta love it!
March 31, 2020
stick8
1749 posts
AJC, my guess is people want to be ready in case you know what hits the fan.
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