Shambala wrote:Each year I see burners loading up trucks full of wood and supplies from the big box home improvement stores in Reno to set up camp.
If you go to your local post office and get a change of address "moving kit", there is a 10% off coupon in there for Lowes, but Home Depot matches all competitors coupons and it can be used there as well. The coupon is good for up to $500 off your purchase.
There is also a coupon for a box truck rental that is also nicely discounted.
Anyone else have a tip they wish to share here?
Elorrum wrote:so it's cool to fraudulently use a coupon meant for people who are actually moving and changing their addresses? wtg.
gyre wrote:If I talked to them, I never heard back.
I'll try it again.
I think I must have though.
I still want to talk to corporate.
ygmir wrote:well, sure, I'd be sad to have lost it.......
you left a notebook somewhere.
Someone found it, and, I'm guessing notified you?
in the mean time, someone maybe not knowing what it was (how long between being notified of it's discovery and you getting down there to retrieve it?) chucked it as an "old book with notes and stuff.".
or, as you say "lost it" (again".
true, bummer that.
But also, I'm guessing, you either didn't know where you left it, or called and asked them if someone turned it in?
It's an unfortunate series of events, leaving it, being found, thrown away.......
but, seems hardly a "corporate fault".........
seems more a "dang, I won't do that again" sort of thing..........
not "those dirty corporate scum bags, took my book and hid it unbeknownst to me and then baited me into coming back, only to tell me someone else chucked it"
true, snotty people are bad news........
and, again, bummer that.
just seems a very complicated event for such a simple "I hate them" attitude.
Elorrum wrote:never mind. I hate coupon switching. just man up and ask if you can get a discount. some people come in with that stupid post office coupon every fucking time they shop.
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