Just returned from a trip to Thurrock after buying a couple of pairs of kids shoes for return to school next week. (For the kids before someone thinks of a retort on that!)
Anyway, after getting to the till, I was a bit shocked to find the bill was £76. Yes, I know I could have said no and bought elsewhere. As expensive as they were, that wasn't the gripe.
Why is it they are allowed to display the shoes without displaying any prices? They display for adults. I didn't think they were allowed to do this? None of their shoes even had a price sticker anywhere on them - and neither do the boxes they bring them out in.
(Baring in mind adult shoes have VAT added to them, it really shows up how dear these shoes are. Exploitation?)