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Copella Apple and Elderflower 1L - 4 for £2.00!!!!

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Don't know if this is nationwide - it didn't come through on the till but it was listed on the shop floor as this. They honoured it at the till when I told them.

This was in the Leicester store.
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#1
wow thats cheaper than longlife apple juice
#2
do you not get it for free or something if the offer doesn't come up or you're overcharged?
#3
umanga
do you not get it for free or something if the offer doesn't come up or you're overcharged?


Those were the days.......
#4
umanga
do you not get it for free or something if the offer doesn't come up or you're overcharged?


I think if a price/offer is advertised, then legally they have to let you have it for that price/offer.

If they do give it for free, that would be a good will gesture
#5
thearbiter65
I think if a price/offer is advertised, then legally they have to let you have it for that price/offer.

If they do give it for free, that would be a good will gesture


Actually, no. The offer to sell to you can be withdrawn at any time until payment has been taken. They have no legal obligation to sell it to you for the displayed price.
#6
Folk are still under the impression that pricing errors are in the customers favour... If you see an item that should be £50 but is mispriced at £1 (wrong ticket), it's 100% the stores discretion to sell it at £1 or not. They are under no obligation to sell it to you, and if you force your hand you are likely to get thrown out the store.

Off-topic though... In relation to this deal not every ASDA store will have the exact same deals - some will have what others dont... so this Apple juice deal may not apply. ASDA are usually very swift at updating their tickets though so if you dont see a "4 for £2" ticket then the deal wont be valid.
#7
Doh was in leicester today, drove pass the asda aswell when getting off the M1, back in London now. This juice is nice
#8
woohoomoo
Folk are still under the impression that pricing errors are in the customers favour... If you see an item that should be £50 but is mispriced at £1 (wrong ticket), it's 100% the stores discretion to sell it at £1 or not. They are under no obligation to sell it to you, and if you force your hand you are likely to get thrown out the store.

Off-topic though... In relation to this deal not every ASDA store will have the exact same deals - some will have what others dont... so this Apple juice deal may not apply. ASDA are usually very swift at updating their tickets though so if you dont see a "4 for £2" ticket then the deal wont be valid.


this is not the case. When products ceased to be marked individually, it was clear that customers needed to be clearly shown the corect price.
It is an offence to mislead a consumer as to the price and although any retailer does not have to sell anything to anyone, if they do it must be at the advertised price. Because of this it is better to query the issue after a sale rather than before, because the contract is already formed. I have never found a supermarket that won't honour the ticket price.

back to the post. excellent buy. voted hot.
#9
seinman
Actually, no. The offer to sell to you can be withdrawn at any time until payment has been taken. They have no legal obligation to sell it to you for the displayed price.


Your right BUT ASDA policy is they will sell at whatever the price is on the shelf, you see with ASDA they will do anything to make sure you come back and shop with them. Thank god i don't work for them anymore :p
#10
mikmikmik
this is not the case. When products ceased to be marked individually, it was clear that customers needed to be clearly shown the corect price.
It is an offence to mislead a consumer as to the price and although any retailer does not have to sell anything to anyone, if they do it must be at the advertised price. Because of this it is better to query the issue after a sale rather than before, because the contract is already formed. I have never found a supermarket that won't honour the ticket price.

back to the post. excellent buy. voted hot.


:thumbsup:
False advertising is an offence.
#11
Let's take Comet as an example. If they have a TV which should be on on offer for £500, but the ticketing process generates an error which prints at £5.00 (and the person doing it doesnt notice, then puts the ticket on the product), what are your chances of getting it for a fiver? None. Just like online retailers, stores have internal policies that protect them against misprices.

Unfortunately I work for PCWorld and you should see the grief I get over a £50 price difference on PC's because the tickets aint been updated to reflect new prices. "Im reporting you to Trading Standards" - "Im reporting you to the head office" - "Expect a court date within a few weeks"... I am under to obligation to sell it at the misprice, although if it's only a couple of quid on a larger item the manager will generally let it slide, but a £50 difference on a PC will usually mean negative margin so why would we honour it, especially since by law we dont have to. Out of all the hundreds of threats, nothings every materialised.
#12
Good price, shame you feel like you just drank flower juice after!!

Elder flower in drinks should be banned - it's wrong!!!
#13
does this affect hayfever...
#14
Wish I'd have noticed this yesterday - this is lovely. Voted hot!
#15
was in asda last night and no sign of deal
#16
I got Copella y'day............priced "3 for £4"on shelf........discount didn't come up at self/service till.
Took it to customer services and they refunded the difference plus gave £2 Asda voucher.
They said that is now policy on mispriced items :)
So, 3 bottles for £2 in the end

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