Puma.com had the 40% sale, but they had like 4 different codes floating around. And as a glitch on the site, they all stacked. Of course all the puma.com orders were cancelled. But I used my receipt to call another website for a price match. She said she needed to verify it, so she logged on and i provided her with the codes and sure enough, her prices were verified. I paid full price and was credit back the difference when I received it. At $75 a shoe -40% x 4= ~$9. Mind you most of the stuff was already on sale! The plot thickens, I had to exchange a few pairs because they looked alike or were the wrong size, so I went to Puma store and they gave me full credit for my shoes. I got 3 pairs and had about $150 left over that I used for more stuff for my mom and clothes.
Anyone get charged yet? I have two charges (I made two orders) but the charges are less than they should be. In fact both charges are cheaper than any pair of shoes I got. It isn't a authorization charge, anyone know whats going on?
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