The situation described above could, perhaps, be considered a sales promotion that uses deception or

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1.As a consumer think of a place you like to shop at because of the so-called great bargains, coupons, cash back and or discounts they offer.

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As a consumer think of a place you like to shop at because of the so-called great bargains, coupons, cash back and or discounts they offer.

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My experience with organic foods took me to seek for constant supply. I found this small tuck shop in sideways with great deals, owing to scarcity of organic food around my city. Great offers and discounts exist as membership increases, meaning your appearance at the restaurant is member renewal ticket. I would not have preffered organic food that much were it not for the great deal I landed at the restaurant. 

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Still your question requires revisit. ....restructure the sentences,  otherwise they lack any meaningful sense of a question. No harm please dear!

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It is more to it's four more questions to this.

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Sorry but i can't get your language, ....include question mark to indicate your question, like........what , how , why??

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These are the other questions:

  1. As a consumer think of a place you like to shop at because of the so-called great bargains, coupons, cash back and or discounts they offer. 
  2. From your shopping experience explain in three to four paragraphs if the discounts you received on your purchase you feel was a bargain deal or do you feel you overpaid.
  3. Did you believe the retailer is sacrificing revenue for you the consumers’ benefit? 
  4. Why or Why not?  
  5. Do you find their sales practices to be ethical and beneficial to the consumer or perhaps unethical and misleading

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I will just continue the answer i submitted, right?

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yes

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The discounts being offered at the organic foods restaurant are wirth a beacon. I found the greatly discounted foods easily affordable all through the week. Although a section of the general public had began to question the much lower prices of the organic foods, considering the high demands for growing organic food. 

The restaurant made publications elaborating how their business works. Firstly, they grow their own products from a company farm. Secondly, since organic food is yet to hit the market ceilings, they hope to win more organic food customers and experience t their loyalty for future price change.

The sales idea of this organic foods restaurant seemed quite inviting but at same time risky venture in a yet to perform segment of the market. The ethical part can be attributed to their efforts to encourage organic foods with discounted prices. The unethical part of the company is to expect customers not to try out other joints, risking losing subsequent discounts. 

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