Here's an example of a 'deal' gone wrong. I was at Big Lots the over-stock store and I looked at their selection of toilet paper to find the best deal. I didn't want the cheapest quality and I want a good price. I use the stuff a lot for blowing my nose and also to remove make-up, etc... so I usually keep a roll by the sink. I picked up a big package and headed to the cash register. While I was standing in line I saw a display for Charmin toilet paper which is typically a nice paper, and it was a cheaper price. I put mine back and picked one out of the display.
I've been using the stuff for a month now and I finally realised that it is thin, one-ply tissue. Not at all what I expected from Charmin. I looked closely at the package and saw the word 'Basic'. Hmmm. In tiny print at the bottom were the words 'one-ply'. Gee, I didn't know Charmin even had a one-ply toilet paper. I guess that is why they were on sale at Big Lots. I bet this one-ply version was not very popular. I certainly wouldn't have bought it if I had realized it.
Well, lesson learned. Sometimes a good price is too good to be true and always read all of the label.