I bought a dvd for approx $20. A day later, the same store was having a sale of 20% off all dvds. I took it back for a refund with the intention of buying it again for 20% off. I didn't do it straight away though because they would obviously know. So I went to another store to buy it a few days later. I got there and I realised that they dramatically upped the price, so even with the 20% off, I would have paid more than I did the first time. To my surprise though, that was their mistake. And their company policy for price errors is the customer gets it for free (provided they already paid for it). So I paid for it, knowing I'd get it for free after I complain. I complained and got it for free!
What Is The Luck Meter?
The Luck Meter measures the prevailing force of luck in the world. In the long term, we believe that all of the good luck and all of the bad luck will eventually balance each other out. Until then, it's anyone's guess - but your stories will help us keep track.
of fortunate or adverse events; fortune