Because of the Burberry thread, I broke out an older suit I bought from Nordstrom. I tried it on (first time wearing it in about 2 years) and it needs some work. I took it to the store and they want to charge me, despite the fact that their tailoring is suppose to be free if you purchased the suit from their store. The Nordstrom patch is plain as day on the inside, so there's no debating where it was purchased. The fist sales associate told me that if I purchased the suit at full price, it would be free. Full price or not, I'm under the assumption that they advertise it to be free, correct? As I see it, I have two options. Push the issue and try and get the tailoring for free. If they aren't willing to budge, I can simply ask for the suit back and tell them I'll gladly give the business to my personal tailor, in hopes that this may persuade them. This could backfire. I'm probably getting a big discount on the alterations since the suit was purchased there, even though it isn't completely free. Pay for the alterations. They offered to take the pleats out of the pants, which requires a re-cut, for $58-which I would pay-but I feel as though the regular alterations on the jacket should be free of charge. What do you think?