I just received my GC Bucks from Guitar Center for the $10 for every $50 spent promotion they ran from 1/10 - 1/13 (screenshot of the ad from the site is attached). I got hosed. I've done this promotion several times in the past and have had problems every time. I've always had to call in about GC bucks I never received or for wrong amounts. I made 5 orders from 1/10 - 1/13: 1/10 - $669.99 1/12 - $999.99 1/13 - $249.99 1/13 - $349.99 1/13 - $199.99 Total: $2469.95 (this does not included any tax or shipping costs) So according to the terms, I should be receiving $494 in GC bucks ($2469.95 divided by $50 x $10 = $493.99). They sent me $360. So I called them and spoke to a customer service rep who apparently can't do math. He said I should have only received $350. What??? I went over the math with him several times and ended up on hold for quite a while so he could go over it with "management". As I said before, I've taken advantage of this promotion several times in the past; they've always calculated GC bucks on the total number of qualifying purchases over the promotion period. That's exactly how it's worded in the advertisement (see screenshot). This guy is now telling me that they're rounding down and doing it PER ORDER. So on the first order of $669.99, it gets based off of $650 (since that's divisible by $50) and I get $130 for that order, and so on. But that means on an order of $249.99, I only get $40 instead of $50 (based on $250). Even if that's the case (which it shouldn't be based on the terms), it's $2250 rounded down PER order = $450. So after an endless hold, he backtracks and says that, according to management, they only paid out for the first 3 orders due to a glitch and I should be getting another $100 via email for the last 2 orders. Now it looks like they're NOT rounding down. *** is going on??? TLDR: You should have gotten your GC bucks by now (2/27). Check the amount carefully and call Customer Service to get it corrected.