ahh i see, thanks for the correction zorozoro69 wrote:If the price msitake had not been immediatly corrected the consumer could have gone to another till and gotten one of each flavour free each time. It happens where they allow the mistake to continue for days.
so what your saying is the advertised price is not the real/actual price, thus making it a false/unreal price and that's why you get the $10 offpmdoit wrote:Thanks, but:
Advertised price is not really the real price or actual price that's why you can get the $10 off
the scanned price = the false/unreal price, the actual/real price = lowest advertised price, you get the $10 off because the SCOP protects consumers from this, I hope that clears things up for you