I don't understand how a business operates when everything is always "on sale." A few years ago Jos A. Bank had one of their "buy 1 at full price, get 2 free" sales going on and I bit... $900 for 3 suits? Sure... Of course, as I've learned, those suits suck and are made in Mexico and God help you if you keep your wallet in your back pocket because that shit will tear a hole in your pants... But I digress... my point is, who would ever pay full price for a Jos A. Bank suit when you're constantly inundated with emails saying "hey, its buy a sweater and we'll give you 2 free"... or "hey, sportcoats, buy one, get 2 free." Do they think I'm not smart enough to pick up on the fact that their profit margin has always been predicated upon the sale of one coat, or suit, will cover the cost of 2 other garments? wtf? I know the in-house tailors in there soak it up with alterations, but really, what a terrible business model. If your shit isn't worth full price to begin with, you're not going to attract full price buyers with weekly discounts. It only cheapens your already struggling brand. Ponderous. Thank you.