Arlington Heights, Illinois
8 comments

I purchased a bird bath at Menards. A few days later it went on sale.

I took my receipt in to get the difference. They gave me the difference but in a store credit which I didn't want. Why should I have to spend my money where I don't want to. I was so mad, I packed up the fountain and took it back and then took back the $200.00 worth of flowers and planting supplies I had just bought the day before.

I will never step foot in Menards again.

It's Home Depot for me from now on. They have the best policies and their staff is way more knowledgeable than Menard's.

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Anonymous
#490738

And this is why you shouldn't shop while having an explosive case of retardation.

Anonymous
#486397

Know whats even better than that. Menards only gives store credit to employees for bonuses and for their competition winnings.

Anonymous
#484749

AhAhAhA, self entitlement! The American way. Get over your self.

Anonymous
#483925

I doubt you returning your merchandise will hurt a multi billion dollar company.. hope you feel better..

go to Wal Mart... Home Depot...

Lowes... and you will be worse off..

Anonymous
#482182

The store is NOT required to give you a price adjustment, it is a courtesy that Menards offers.If you don't like it than you can shop at HD or Lowes and pay higher prices! Quit whinnin!!!!

Anonymous
#481810

Just return the item as if you don't want it, and go to a different line to re-buy it at the sale price. It's an extra step, but it's the same idea.

Anonymous
#481809

Just return the item as if you don't want it, and go to a different line to re-buy it at the sale price. It's an extra step, but it's the same idea.

Anonymous
#481473

Why are you upset? Stores are not required to give you anything back after you make the purchase. Be happy that they were willing to give you a store credit for the difference in price.