I would say I am a good shopper and usually a smart shopper. Wanted to get some carpet quickly and saw the 70% off ad.
Salesman came to my house the estimate for the room would have been $3,400 (maybe 175 square feet plus some stairs). The next quote was $1,900. I said I wanted to look around and magically after a "call" he was able to bring the price down to $1,700 (including tax). What surprised me was my lack of questions about the exact price of the carpet.
I still don't know the price per square foot (seems like a basic price to use!). If the $1,700 was the 70% price that means the regular price was around $6,000 for berber! Make sure if you use them (and I would strongly recommend NOT using them) you ask to see exactly how they calculated the price. The 70% off was a total ruse to get people to call and I fell for it.
Every day I look at this rug and think that I could bought it for less anywhere else. Of couse, I am stuck with it! I even sent Luna a note letting them know I thought the 70% was false advertising and of course heard nothing.
No surprise. They had my money but don't let them take yours!