went to store#5166 in deming, nm…stackout cuervo tequila w/mix(2 bottles) listed at $13.47 on display stackout. when i got home i seen it scanned at $16.38..wen t back 2 days later to shop and took receipt to customer service. was told they could not do a price change on alcohol. when i questioned this i was told it was a federal law…not wanting to argue i threw up my receipt. as i was sitting at home fuming i need to say this. i was a liquor store manager in the state controlled wine and spirits stores for 15 years. there is no federal law for this. if the same would happen at any of our state stores the manage would go to the s/o, and scan the upc and do a price check. if it was scanning higher then the sale price the customer was given the $ difference and the upc price changed so they reflected the correct price..after spending about $400.00 a month in walmarts i find this practice appalling. at least tell your associates to use a better lie!!!
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