On Thursday I took my daughter shopping to replace her lost I-touch. Poor thing used most of her birthday and Christmas money to replace the device she lost. I had checked both Best Buy and Target on-line (my daughter had a gift card to each), and Best Buy was $20 cheaper. When we got to the store, the price was $20 more than the on-line price. I just happened to ask the salesperson--and they price adjusted it on the spot. I've have the best luck at Best Buy.
Mom--the itouch was the only way I get to talk w/ some of my friends!"). I told her that when I got paid for tutoring this month, I would contribute a little money toward her purchase. She then told my that my youngest daughter (the one who put the device on the back of dad's car) offered to give her $50 toward the new one. I told her I wasn't planning on giving her that much. She said, "I know. I told her she only had to give me $25." I'll give her the $25 (plus I saved her an additional $20). Her sister was thanked but told to keep her own money. What a generous soul to offer that kind of money (her Christmas money) to her sister. I'm proud of her!