Promotional Pricing at its Worst

Promotional pricing (usually) involves offering a discount to customers on the normal selling price of a product, or more of the product at the normal price. The aim is to increase sales and draw attention to the product, brand and business itself, however these firms don’t always get it right. Have you seen any better ‘offers’ than these?

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