Rite Aid advertises prices in the store and when you get to the cash register the price charged is not the advertised sale price, but up to $1 more. This has happened to me several times and I catch it and they blame it on corporate. The cashier states that the corporation sends them the sales prices, and that all of the upc coding that is scanned at the register is through corporate and that they have no control of it. Perhaps if the manager of the store notified corporate about this problem it could be fixed. I shop here due to the fact that it is close to my home, but I can certainly make other arrangements. Another shopper who was in line before me caught this happening while purchasing a completely different product today and so I have concluded that this is a practice that is perpetrated often and probably goes unnoticed by many customers, and ends up making a lot of money for either corporate, or the store in question. It is a shame that we can not even count on our local drugstore to charge the advertised price unless we are hyper-vigilante about checking the receipt while still trying to be courteous to the customers in line behind us. I believe that Rite Aid counts on this. Shame!