Also there was mention of putting her refund on their line of credit. Ummm... if you have a bunch of debt sitting on a credit line...WTF are you spending that kind of money on hockey tickets for?!?!!! Messed up priorities!
Anyway...yup, good for her for sending a message with her money. And like the others above, I will not be spending any money on NHL gear this year (especially hard as I'd love to give my new twin sons some cute Canuck gear).
Newflash: You never knew it was here but debt has been found lurking ... EVERYWHERE.
You guys are hilarious.
So she is getting refunded $3700, and she is PAYING off her line of credit, now she needs debt conselling from a bunch of critics on the internet? $3700 means a lot to most but this is not a lot of debt for the average Canadian to have at any given time. Some average everyday people put this on their credit cards monthly, and PAY them off, some have a line credit, and PAY it off like a credit card. A line of credit is actually better than a credit card and suggests your bank has faith in you. Looks like a lot of you are too rich, ignorant, or young to understand this. People that can't afford things try to enjoy their lives too.
And I'm not even going to bring up that she was getting refunded for their 14th consecutive year of CANUCKS SEASON TICKETS. That's called sacrifice, love, and comittment. Honestly, some people's kids.
Edited by Dogbyte, 28 November 2012 - 08:03 PM.