Yesterday which was Boxing Day in Canada I was in Harry Rosen. They had arranged a Canali suit jacket so that the price on it looked like it was $60.99 CAD. I was very happy when I first saw that, thinking it was just a great Boxing Day deal. Then a moment later I realized it was still too good to be true. Upon closer inspection, I realize that $60.99 was for the pocket square in the jacket, and the real pricetag of the jacket was elsewhere and marked as $1099 CAD. I feel that stores should be up front with their pricing instead of playing psychological tricks like this by deliberately making the pocket square price appear to be the suit jacket price. How do you feel about stores doing this? Do you think this trick actually works in making people buy things that they wouldn't have bought otherwise if not for being nailed by the trick?