Boots Flight Socks 3 packs only £2.01 Glitch RRP £12.99 each @ Boots (instore only) - HotUKDeals
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Boots Flight Socks 3 packs only £2.01 Glitch RRP £12.99 each @ Boots (instore only)

£2.01 @ Boots
Currently on 3 or £15 but comes up on the till as the following: £12.99 X 2 = £25.98 1 packet free discount 3 X £7.99 = £23.97 Total to Pay = £2.01 Can confirm this works, but not sure how long the… Read More
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7y, 3w agoFound 7 years, 3 weeks ago
Currently on 3 or £15 but comes up on the till as the following:

£12.99 X 2 = £25.98
1 packet free
discount 3 X £7.99 = £23.97

Total to Pay = £2.01

Can confirm this works, but not sure how long the glitch will run till they catch on, boots have to honor this deal legally.
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7y, 3w agoFound 7 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Who says they HAVE to honour it?
#2
Just seen this on MSE. Looks like a good deal.
#3
not working for me
#4
REXISMYDOG
not working for me


instore only
#5
deek72
Who says they HAVE to honour it?


I work for boots and under are trading terms the price it come thought at the till is the price you pay, this is also the same stance as the Sales of Goods Act, regardless of the price on shelf, the contact is made at the till so if it comes up at £2.01 and you accept the contract is binding. Or if conserned you could buy a few bits to pad aound the sales so its not noticed.
#6
At this price these should "fly off" the shelves. However be fore warned that if you try to take 3 packs on a R**nair flight you may be liable to excess baggage charges greater than the saving you make. Have some jet fuelled heat anyway.
#7
If a staff member notices they can easily override the price. So they are only legally bound if they dont notice.

Hot though
#8
bigguy201
I work for boots and under are trading terms the price it come thought at the till is the price you pay, this is also the same stance as the Sales of Goods Act, regardless of the price on shelf, the contact is made at the till so if it comes up at £2.01 and you accept the contract is binding.


That's fine if it's Boots's policy to honour the till price, but that's down to Boots, not the law (you said 'legally').

s123
If a staff member notices they can easily override the price. So they are only legally bound if they dont notice.

Hot though


Correct. If they don't notice and take your money and give you the goods, then great, the contract is made. They can't then chase you down the street. But if the cashier notices and says 'hang on while I check this price', then they are perfectly entitled to withdraw the items from sale. You can't force them to sell you anything at any price.
#9
Good find, just ignore the so-called know-it-alls, who know naff all!
#10
Anyone know what MSE is (ref: 2nd post)? Intrigued to know.
#11
MSE= MoneySavingExpert.com

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