questionsshouldn't "everything on sale" mean "everything…

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everybody does it, I usually expect exclusions when I see "any" or "ALL" in a sale advertisement.

Doesn't make it right/ethical for them to do it this way, but like i said, I'm used to it.

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To paraphrase Bill Clinton, it depends on what the meaning of the word "all" is.

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Annoying, isn't it? One must learn to read all the fine & LARGE print. Exclusions are common. Sometimes they take up more space than the ad itself.

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in all fairness, some products are prohibited from discounting, like i-crap and game consoles, where the manufacturer won't sell the retailer any more if they discount, which is why you often see gift cards given out with these items instead.

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I would rather know up front what the sale include. I have seen on occasion an ad state "On Select Items". I feel that's too ambiguous. Any store manager can tell you that the item you want is not part of the sale, even thought it really might be.

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To get you to read it, think about it, and talk about it...

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I really hate those Subway commercials that keep saying "Any, Any, Any" but the sale isn't for any sub. It is for any REGULAR sub. And, apparently, I don't want a regular sub, I want a premium or some other "special" sub that isn't $5. Not my definition of the word "any."

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@benyust2: Pizza Hut does the same thing with their $10 any pizza deal. Try to get stuffed crust and it is $2 more. Really frustrating.