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Asda Box of Ink Jet Paper 2p for 2000 sheets

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I was in Asda today and they have boxes of white inkjet paper which has 4 packets of 500 sheets inside. The label says Georgia Pacific Ink Jet paper 2000 sheet. The weight of the paper is 90g.… Read More
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I was in Asda today and they have boxes of white inkjet paper which has 4 packets of 500 sheets inside.



The label says Georgia Pacific Ink Jet paper 2000 sheet. The weight of the paper is 90g.



The barcode is 003650009606.



Bought 6 boxes and the girl at the till was very confused but she checked with someone and they said that as the shelf lable said 2p that they had to sell it to us at that price.

This is my first posting of an offer so hope I have done it correctly.
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#1
OMG thats half a tree for 12 pence lol. Good spot heat added
#2
I have seen offers like this before.. but nomally they have "reduced to clear" stickers on them..

if the shelf price is £0.02p matches the bar code on the sticker and box your onto a winner!!!

Now see if you can make 2000 paper aeroplanes!!

Rick
#3
Heat added, thank you!!!
#4
good price
#5
This will vary from store to store. Shops don't have to sell you something at the advertised price - it's an invitation to buy. If you get to the checkout and the price is wrong, they can just decline the sale. It's only binding if they accept the money.
#6
broooo!
sik deal!
u killed it!
#7
If you get to the checkout and the price is wrong, they can just decline the sale.


Take it through the self-checkout to make sure it's not refused at the till. :thumbsup:

Megamart.
#8
does anyone know which legislation/law states that retailer must sell you the products @ self label price???

thanks in advance
#9
joew360
does anyone know which legislation/law states that retailer must sell you the products @ self label price???

thanks in advance

They don't.
#10
joew360
does anyone know which legislation/law states that retailer must sell you the products @ self label price???

thanks in advance

There isn't any, as they don't have to ...
#11
Do u do alot of printing and writing to buy 6 boxes?????????????
#12
Xb0xGuru
This will vary from store to store. Shops don't have to sell you something at the advertised price - it's an invitation to buy. If you get to the checkout and the price is wrong, they can just decline the sale. It's only binding if they accept the money.

It's called an "invitation to treat".
joew360
does anyone know which legislation/law states that retailer must sell you the products @ self label price???
thanks in advance

As said above and the post after yours... there is no law to say the retailer must sell at any advertised price (ie shelf edge labels/posters/even adverts printed in national papers). They only have to honour the deal if they take payment for the goods.
#13
Well Stokie wouldn't you stock up at that price?
#14
Dont know if written in Asdas policy but may be as it is in Tescos in which case they have to sell at that price, trading standards would be worth a mention if they refuse at till as if labelled at 2p think they can get involved
#15
stokie28
Do u do alot of printing and writing to buy 6 boxes?????????????


well for 2p a box you might as well stock up for life!!! I bought a pack the other day of 500 sheets for £3.99 so as u can see 2p for 4x as much is a great bargain i would defo stock up if i could get it
#16
joew360
does anyone know which legislation/law states that retailer must sell you the products @ self label price???

thanks in advance


Already been answered earlier in this thread. :thumbsup:
#17
Danni123
Dont know if written in Asdas policy but may be as it is in Tescos in which case they have to sell at that price, trading standards would be worth a mention if they refuse at till as if labelled at 2p think they can get involved



Whatever :roll:
#18
gizmouk

Whatever :roll:


Lol - exactly my thoughts! :-D

Scrap Trading Standards, let's phone the police.....
#19
Trading standards would simply go 'it's clearly a mistake, not intended to trick customers and there's not been a massive ad push in newspapers / TV' and then do nothing. If the store do all they can within their means as soon as the error is pointed out to them (remove product from sale / remove offending POS) nothing will happen...
#20
No 1 box will do me im not greedy .
#21
nice for printing off all the MOC on mse and ezfreebies
#22
Respect! £3.50 a ream plus vat for 90gm paper would be a good price. I recently bought 10 reams for £2.50 a ream plus vat and thought I'd been pretty clever. I'll certainly be checking my local Asda at the weekend.
#23
joew360
does anyone know which legislation/law states that retailer must sell you the products @ self label price???

thanks in advance


They don't have to, but my understanding is that if they refuse the sale the item must then be taken off sale for at least 24 hours. I am sure someone can confirm or deny that.
#24
why so hot,has anyone else bought this for the same price to confirm the deal??
#25
cheepaschippies
well for 2p a box you might as well stock up for life!!! I bought a pack the other day of 500 sheets for £3.99 so as u can see 2p for 4x as much is a great bargain i would defo stock up if i could get it


No point in getting too much as It would eventually turn yellow.
#26
Xb0xGuru
This will vary from store to store. Shops don't have to sell you something at the advertised price - it's an invitation to buy. If you get to the checkout and the price is wrong, they can just decline the sale. It's only binding if they accept the money.


i agree with what you said but i used to work for them (why dont ask) and its there policy to sell the item if the SEL (shelf edge label) is at that price. so if it says 2p its 2p and then all they can do is move the edge label after. probably not the case for other companys though:thumbsup:
#27
hukd don
It's called an "invitation to treat".


ancient-of-days
i agree with what you said but i used to work for them (why dont ask) and its there policy to sell the item if the SEL (shelf edge label) is at that price. so if it says 2p its 2p and then all they can do is move the edge label after. probably not the case for other companys though:thumbsup:


Cool - cheers :) Today's been a School day for me :)
banned#28
can ANYONE else confirm this deal?
#29
Just back from my ASDA at Livingston and they had none, no sign of a 2p shelf label either :x
#30
gizmouk

Whatever :roll:

Happy and helpful as ever I see :geek:
#31
Just got back from Asda in Coryton, Cardiff - Edge label was marked up at £10.00 but to took it to customer service and got them to scan it, and it came up 2p. Took it to a till with some other things and they looked at me when I came up at 2p, I just said "Oh it's ok I saw it on a site on the net, apparently there are having a big stock clearance on them". The cashier said "Oh great I'll get some later". Job done!

I make it a 99.8% reduction which must be some kind of record. Excellent find, thanks for sharing.
#32
Great find. Bet it's not in my local. Will have a look tho.
#33
stufai
Lol - exactly my thoughts! :-D

Scrap Trading Standards, let's phone the police.....

Ooh how witty,:whistling:
#34
worked in retail for 11 years. there is a law in place that protects retailers and as pagonwolf states they have to take of sale for 24 hours and do not have to take the purchase from the customer.

think about it, whats not stopping people from the general public going into retailers and swapping price tags around, thats why this law is in place to protect retailers.
#35
Popped into the Robroyston Asda in Glasgow on the way home tonight and they had only one box of paper on the shelf, and the ticket price was just under a tenner. Took it anyway and sure enough, it scanned through at 2p. :thumbsup:

Thanks to the OP for the heads-up.
#36
Xb0xGuru
This will vary from store to store. Shops don't have to sell you something at the advertised price - it's an invitation to buy. If you get to the checkout and the price is wrong, they can just decline the sale. It's only binding if they accept the money.


if they have a load of a item all priced up at 2p they have to sell it if it is a few things incorrectly priced it has to be removed from sale that day and not be put out the same day at a higher price this is the law check with trading standards i have worked in retail for years this is how i know
#37
I will say two things:

1. No-one here has a clue about the law.

2. No store I ever go in has any of these "hot deals". Hybrios? Nope. £2 Socket sets? Nope. 2p paper? Don't be ridiculous.
#38
Just seen this deal on here so I popped along to my local Asda. Their normal paper is on a stand with other stationary. They are priced between £1.69 per ream for their own bog standard paper and £2.79 for a better quality ream. I took them over to the Customer Service Desk and asked for a price check. The price was as per the shelf edge ticket. :x

However, over by the Photo department they had Hewlett Packard paper. Its branded, 'HP Home & Office. ColorLok. But that is priced at £8.75 per box. I got a ream scanned anyway..... [SIZE="2"]RESULT![/SIZE] [SIZE="4"]2p![/SIZE] [SIZE="4"]MEGA DEAL![/SIZE] I purchased 5 boxes. That's 25 reams. The price should have been £43.75 but I bought all four for.... [SIZE="5"]50p!!!! a saving of £43.25!!![/SIZE] :-D:-D:-D

Thank you OP. Heat added.
#39
caroline072
if they have a load of a item all priced up at 2p they have to sell it if it is a few things incorrectly priced it has to be removed from sale that day and not be put out the same day at a higher price this is the law check with trading standards i have worked in retail for years this is how i know


No, there is no law that says they must sell them at the advertised price. This has already been stated in this thread so no idea where you're getting this from. If you had worked in retail you would know this.
#40
what was the barcode . i went to the local in Volne .. thier barcode read 106 at the end for the other stuff

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