Yesterday I went to Hobby Lobby to grab myself some craft glue. I started making a split-pea wreath over a month ago but my glue gun wasn't working and the other glue I had at my house was not working so well either. So it has been sitting half finished in my spare bedroom for a while. That annoys me and I really want it to be on my door- all the way finished. So I get to the glue area and I quickly scan the types and the prices and decided that since I don't need a huge bottle that I will just get something smaller. I have my 40% off coupon pulled up on my phone already so hopefully I can spend under $2. I saw the one on the right in this picture hanging up and it was $2.77. Bingo. So I grab it and start to walk away. Then I had second thoughts. Maybe I should just make sure this is the best price. So I walked back and saw that the bigger tacky glue bottles (which were placed conveniently on the whole other side of the aisle) were only $2.99. I look at the ounces each holds. First bottle I grabbed was 3 oz. for $2.77. The second was 8 oz. for $2.99. And then I was so glad I had checked. Because I for 20 more cents I more than doubled the amount of glue I was buying. So the lesson I learned is, don't be a chump! Paying a little bit more attention literally pays off. Check the price per ounce, and don't assume that the lowest price is the best value.