I have a write a quick post in response to my friend Arizaphale. Her husband, Himself, had a terrible retail experience.
I had quite the opposite. I decided, very belated, to start the whole Christmas pajama tradition this year. When we were out shopping Sunday, I looked and looked for cute pajamas for M to wear tonight. Most places were understandably picked over, but Target did have a few pajama sets (set of 2) of zippered pj's, which just happen to be M's favorite. Unfortunately, they were all marked incorrectly for sizes. H and I were looking at tags and inside labeling to find a set of 5T that would fit M. Finally, H found ONE pair of pajamas hanging alone in the middle of Christmas t-shirts. The tag clearly said set of two and this pair just happened to be the one without the price on it. At the register, I asked the sales girl if she'd sell them to me and explained the situation. She had to call a manager. The manager listened to the explanation and looked over the pjs. I was fully prepared to pay half the price of the set ($15.99, half would be $8), but would not pay more than that. The manager rang them up and said, "I can sell these to you for $2.48."
You bet I grabbed those pajamas and ran out of Target like a madman. I couldn't have bought pajamas cheaper anywhere else! What a bargain!