Interesting. Thanks for answering.
And to answer your question, if I knew the cashier was the one paying the $2 difference at Walmart so I could get those papertowels for .99 cents, I probably wouldn't shop there. Why should she in essence pay for part of my purchase with her income?
Now if both stores sold them for the same price, or in this case if her agency was having a sale for a particular cruise, that's different. I agree, I'd shop around for the best deal too. I just have an issue with the best "deal" being an agent giving up her income to make that deal. The appliance salesmen at Sears aren't dipping into their pockets to make a sale
But hey, that's the particular agent's issue, not mine. I was just curious how consumer's see it. Thanks again!