## Hysterical Pricing Fail Pictures

Silly savings on ice cream fail

Shaving cream pricing fail

Deodorant pricing fail

Automatic price reduction save 1 cent fail

Save \$1.00 compared to stadium price fail

Was 2.49, now only 2.49 pricing fail
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1. The garlic bread isn’t a fail – “ea” stands for each. If you buy two, you would save 1 cent each.

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2. I know you’ll never see this, but the garlic bread IS actually a fail. They’re regularly \$2.49 each. If you buy two at the regular price, that’s \$4.98. So you’re actually LOSING one cent each if you pay \$5 for the both of them.

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Michelle: If you buy two at the regular price, you’ll save one cent each. That makes the claim that the listed combination price will save you money a fail.

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