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:-xHi all, this is my 1st post. Just visited my local Co-Op and purchased a Cornish Pasty, the shelf price stated £1.00, at the check out I was told the price was £1.49!! Told the assistant that was not right and she and I went back to the shelf and saw for herself the price tag was £1.00 I said you will have to honour that price when a second assistant said 'we don't have to' but as a gesture of good we will. Is she correct? To me natural justice implies she is wrong. Can anybody tell me what the law is on this matter.


Regards, Mike.

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Unfortunately they don't have to honour it as it was an invite and not a contract. Having said that on a number of occasions we have been caught like this and on each occasion I have insisted on a refund whether or not I took the goods. I am of the opinion in many cases the customer does not notice and the article that they purchased thinking it was a bargain is not a bargain after all.

Have you ever noticed how Tesco increase the price on a lot of their goods by about 5p just prior to their 5p off a litre if you spend £50+. We now avoid Tescos where possible.

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