A friend placed a grocery order for me, which I received this morning. It was placed on his Tesco account but delivered to me. He noticed that some of the items were billed at a higher price than on the site and on the order confirmation email.
For example, some Cadbury's chocolate clearly priced on the grocery site and confirmation email at £2.40, was charged at £2.67. When he called and asked Tesco about prices being higher than advertised on the site, he was told that the site prices are "only a guide".
WTF???? How can this be allowed? If thats the case, they could sneak tonnes of items onto the site priced competitively, then add extra on the bill. It must also skew the statistics for where they stand in the different supermarket price. Has anyone else had this happen to them?