You would expect a large national chain to have purchasing power and pass on these savings to their customers. You would also expect their price match guarantee to actually be a guarantee rather than a legal document with so many loop holes that it is essentially worthless. I found an identical product and bought this to their attention. Rather than say, "sure here, have a $3.50 discount and thanks for bring this to our attention" the management spent more than 30 minutes scrutinising the product and reciting pieces of their price match guarantee to get out of it. So, overall a bit disappointing and strange that they would rather lose a $2000+ annual corporate client than concede that a piece of plastic stationary was generic and double the price of a competitor. Head office has some serious training to do.