The sign said BOGO, but it was B2GO

They were buy two and get one for free

I looked online for the best price on recreational marijuana before I ordered a bunch of supplies. I only get paid one time during the month so I have to make sure that I buy enough medical and recreational marijuana supplies to last the entire month. This can be difficult from time to time, because there are months when I may smoke more or less. It is very important to get the best price on marijuana, so I shop around and wait until things are on sale. I was searching online last weekend. I looked at some of the weekend specials and one place in particular caught my eye. The medical and recreational marijuana dispensary was offering buy one and get one for free on all of their live resin concentrates. The sale was too good to deny, So I placed an order with the delivery service. I didn’t hear anything from the marijuana delivery service for a while, so I decided to contact the store. I wanted to be certain that I would get the products that were on sale. I told the guy on the phone that I was interested in the BOGO sale on the live resin concentrates. He informed me that there was a typo on the website. The live resin concentrates were not buy one and get one for free. They were buy two and get one for free. That was definitely not the sale that I was expecting and it changed my mind on the purchase. Instead of paying $17 each for the grams of live resin, I was going to be paying $25 each and that was more money than I wanted to spend.


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