Yesterday, I bought some tiny “press” lights. they’re basically a button that you press that causes light to emit when pressure allows the battery to touch the LED. Strange thing, is they were $2.50. That is five bucks cheaper than any I’ve ever seen. However, they asked if I’d like to pay a $5.00 protection plan? Of course, I refused. I don’t understand why store price protection plans can’t be more diverse. To start out they are about $5.00 regardless of the price of the item. I understand processing fees, as well, but why offer protection for an item that can be replaced twice for the price of the protection plan?

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