Buy one, get one free - but read the fine print - you have to pay extra postage & handling for the "free" one. As people have remarked - $15 P&H, yet the postage was say $5.
These ads follow a formula - show the most complicated method with a user with a short fuse (sped up & in B&W) - then show a slow uncluttered solution using only sure-fire techniques - then either a Risk Free Trial for only $$ or Get One Free - Plus there's more!
If you go to the website they offer 50% off (you have to take 2 for the single price) but then charge double P&H. If you decide to return your item under the Risk Free Trial, you have to pay return P&H which is about what it costs to keep it. My husband loves watching these Infomercials and TV ads - he's convinced, but he doesn't cook or clean.
Perhaps Choice could do an article on these TV marketers. I know they have noted some items bought that way - when attempting to return for refund, they were offered an attractive deal to keep them, eg exercise equipment.