Today's Special Jigsaw doesn't Match Actual Special
I don’t understand this. The “Today’s Special” listed on this site
and on air is for a chair worth about $500.00. The Jigsaw of the
Today’s Special is for a shoe. Why does this happen? And it has
happened a lot in recent weeks, when I’ve come to play–
that the special doesn’t match the puzzle.
So, what happens if you solve the puzzle and win? Do you get
the value of the actual, more expensive Today’s Special for
your prize, or do you just get the value of the little shoe
that’s less expensive? Hoping for some answers that make
a bit of sense, or even better–please correct this problem!
Thanks! 🙂 JollyJelly
- This topic was modified 1 year, 2 months ago by jollyjelly.
This problem is evidently too difficult to fix.
(Having the puzzle feature a boring Roomba three days in a row was especially frustrating. Plus I would have loved to have the puzzle feature Colleen’s beautiful jacket yesterday. No such luck.)
Thanks for responding, Insomniac. Honestly, it
can’t be that hard to program the computer to show
the correct puzzle for the correct Today’s Special
if you have well-trained computer tech people
working for a company.
But if the Beakman 1802 goats are in charge of
the computer programming here, I guess that
might explain the problem! 🙂 JollyJelly
If the Beakman 1802 goats were in charge, there would BE NO PROBLEM! Lol. If only those adorable goats were in charge! 😀
Have a good one! 😀
LOL 🙂 You’re right, Kittengirl….the goats would
surely do better than whoever’s in charge, right now!
P.S. I have a “Shopping Cat Cartoon” in rough draft
right now that something to do with the Beakman goats!
I hope to start the final version of it, sooner than
later…I think you guys will like it! 🙂 JollyJelly
Posted in HSN Arcade
01.25.19 4:29 AM