Apple Computer iPad MacBook Air Price Gouge when buying online Buisnesses AAA Northern New England. When you go to buy something online, or shop online; businesses know what type of computer you're using, if you're using an expensive Apple product to shop, you'll pay more.
I've heard this before, but I thought I'd make a video showing it's for real. Last night I went to look at AAA towing coverage or roadside assistance on my $250 Compaq laptop and saw it was $70.50 for the Plus plan. I don't like to purchase online stuff using this computer so I looked it up on my Apple MacBook Air and no matter what I did or looked, including typing in the same exact web address, it came up $76 +$14 admission fee.
I called AAA and asked them, and they denied any wrong doing, and denied having a $70.50 deal.
I obviously registered/joined AAA with my Compaq laptop and even got another $5 off. So, that's $25 I saved using my cheap laptop.
There's definitely something illegal going on here with businesses being able to price gouge online shopping as to what computer you use, or how much you paid for your computer. I guess they figure, if you can afford an Apple product, you can afford more for their product; but this should be illegal..
Thoughts, has anyone experienced this before..?
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