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Angry M’sian Uncle Demands to Know Why There Are Price Differences For 100Plus Drinks in Different Stores

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Angry M'sian Uncle Goes Viral After Showing Price Differences For 100 Plus Drinks Across Multiple Stores - WORLD OF BUZZ
Source: Kuala Lumpur Reporter | Twitter

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Twitter account Kuala Lumpur Reporter recently shared a complaint from a man identified as Mr. Gana, who reportedly went to seven different shops to compare prices for 1.5 litre bottles of 100Plus.

According to the receipts from these stores, each bottle cost different amounts ranging from RM2.40 to RM4.90.

Clearly bothered by these price differences, Mr. Gana urged the authorities to take action.

Mr. Gana’s complaint has since gone viral on Twitter, garnering over 1,800 retweets, prompting a lot of Malaysian netizens to explain the reason the same product is sold at different prices at different stores.

“If you want to compare, you need to see the types of shops. For hypermarts, you can get items for cheaper in bulk. Convenience stores sell some items on promotions. Petrol stations and 24-hour convenience stores are also more expensive,” one user’s tweet translates.

An excerpt from another netizen’s tweet translates,

“For non-controlled goods, market prices are usually not uniform, especially for items sold in convenience stores.”

Meanwhile, others were more amused by the post.

What do you think of this viral post? Let us know in the comments section!

 

Also read: Driver Shocked by RM9,500 Parking Fee After Airport Didn’t Record Previous Exit

M'sian Uncle Goes Viral After Showing Price Differences For 100 Plus Drinks Across Multiple Stores - WORLD OF BUZZ


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