Don't buy from Overstock, they sell items for more than the list price and don't inform you of it before purchasing them. I bought a book on grieving for a friend who just lost her husband. Overstock wanted $5.27 for the book. You would figure that it would list for $6.99 or more, correct? They don't advertise the list price like all other websites (Barnes and Noble, Target, Walmart, etc). When I received the book, which was really a booklet (size was not in the description either) the price on the back of the book stated U.S. $3.99. So I paid $5.27 plus shipping, plus tax (total of $8.82) for a book that only sell retail (not discounted) for $3.99. To insult me more, when I went on the website last night the book was selling for $4.91, not the $5.27 that I paid.
I totally disagree! You can't fo wrong when most of the time you pay no frt. charges and they are in line with all other retailers as far as video game prices go.
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