**dmxgod wrote:**

**thacamel wrote:**

**purpleTc wrote:**

**kickz4show wrote:**

It's not 500 total per month, it's the discounted dollars. For example a Foamposite costs 200 after discount it's 140 so you saved 60. Now deduct that 60 from your 500.

if that's the case then our cap is $1666.66 of MSRP value

That is incorrect. It works like this. If you buy a pair of Foamposites that are $200, after discount it is $140. Yes you saved $60. But you deduct the $140 you spent for the shoes from the $500 limit for the month, and are now allowed to spend up to $360 on your discount.

Thacamel is correct! This has always been how they have figured out how much you have left to spend on an Employee Appreciation event..

i feel like thats incorrect.

if you buy a $200 pair of shoes, and it comes out to $140, you just saved $60, and thats taken out from the $500....

so the $500 - $60 (the money you just saved) = $440 (thats what you have left)