Supermarket In Denmark Comes Up With A Genius Hack To Tackle Hand Sanitizer Hoarders

Posted by Sama in Cool On 22nd March 2020
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"Rotunden" supermarket in Denmark is taking the necessary steps to stop people from hoarding on hand sanitizers and has come up with a brilliant pricing trick to stop the fools from buying stuff in bulk and leaving nothing for others on self.

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#1 This man shared the supermarket trick on Twitter

It is no joke that during these times when the world is facing crises, people are showing their ugly side. Knowing very well that the times are tough for everyone, some selfish people are bulk buying stuff and leaving nothing on the shelves for others. While there are also some people who are hoarding on sanitizer, medical supplies, and hand washes to selling them at double their prizes.

To deal with these kinds of people, a supermarket in Denmark has come up with a genius pricing hack to stop people from hoarding and bulk buying.

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#2 Apparently, the store is now selling one bottle of sanitizer for 40 DKK ($4.09) while two bottles cost 1,000 DKK ($95)

“Rotunden” supermarket in Denmark consider themselves to be Denmark’s most beautiful supermarket and describe themselves as an exclusive shopping environment with respect for people’s busy everyday life. Apparently, their values are also humane and they are trying to help people from hoarders during these crises.

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#3 The store posted the note on its social media account it

Similarly, other stores are also doing their part to stop people from buying items like crazy. But this supermarket's idea of stopping the hoarders by their pricing trick is beyond genius.

“Dear customers,

We have a great responsibility to keep the business running, and we can only do that with everyone’s help and understanding. I can help in the following way:

We ask all customers to respect the distance between each other and our co-workers;

Sprinkle (likely sanitize or wash) hands off at the entrance and use gloves;

If you are a family, please allow only one person to purchase the purchases if possible;

There may be times when we limit how many customers we accept in the store at one time. We will keep you informed about any operating changes on Facebook. Take care and thank you for your understanding,” they state in the letter.

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