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Morrisons instore - Warburtons 800g white loaf - misprice at 68p
Morrisons instore - Warburtons 800g white loaf - misprice at 68p

Morrisons instore - Warburtons 800g white loaf - misprice at 68p

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Just bought one Warburtons 800g white loaf (blue wrapper - at Morrisons (Tynemouth) Tues afternoon priced at £1.35 BUT scanned at £0.68. (not reduced to clear)
May be nationwide.
They have an offer at the moment for 2 for £2.20 - don't know what price you'll actually pay for 2 .

14 Comments

Makes a change from them charging too much !Morrisons is well known for overcharging. Every week something scans at the wrong price, offers going through at full price and or the wrong items in the place the offer ones should be, ie wrong flavour or size. The shelf stackers fault according to customer service desk. Always always check your receipt,bet you are at customer services desk on a regular basis to get a refund on what you have been overcharged ! And you have to wait while they send someone to the right aisle to check it out, and they do not correct it straightaway. It could take days, has done in the past, meanwhile customers pay through the nose for a so called bargain. Rant over

chrisberryred

Makes a change from them charging too much !Morrisons is well known for … Makes a change from them charging too much !Morrisons is well known for overcharging. Every week something scans at the wrong price, offers going through at full price and or the wrong items in the place the offer ones should be, ie wrong flavour or size. The shelf stackers fault according to customer service desk. Always always check your receipt,bet you are at customer services desk on a regular basis to get a refund on what you have been overcharged ! And you have to wait while they send someone to the right aisle to check it out, and they do not correct it straightaway. It could take days, has done in the past, meanwhile customers pay through the nose for a so called bargain. Rant over




Agree ! Week by week same problem !

il second that never away from customer service desk at morrisons,last friday was my last time i got overcharged.

peterwain

il second that never away from customer service desk at morrisons,last … il second that never away from customer service desk at morrisons,last friday was my last time i got overcharged.


tesco is as bad too, even more anoying when uits a big one, after the q at CS then the assistants long and slow walk to the isle ,,,,,,

highland2010

tesco is as bad too, even more anoying when uits a big one, after the q … tesco is as bad too, even more anoying when uits a big one, after the q at CS then the assistants long and slow walk to the isle ,,,,,,



Yeah, this seems to be becoming more of a problem at all supermarkets IMX; particularly the issue where there's a big 'special offer' sign, and then the product on the shelf is a slightly different size / flavour, I've found that in Morrissons, Tesco and Sainsbury's in the last couple of weeks.

I agree totally about the long slooooooow walk ! Do what i do sometimes and take the sign with you to customer services ! I did that initially because they kept coming back and saying " oh no, its not that one thats on offer " Wrong oO They can:t argue when you have the sign in your hand Saves you waiting for them. The look on their faces is so funny ! Then they have to go and put it back.

lol funny but true, I have had so many problems with tesco.

Yuk. Days old bread. Ok for ducks or toast I suppose.

I find Asda the worst, every single shop has at least one item mispriced, Tesco not far behind....

Oh and I'd vote Hot, as I love Warburtons Bread, however if this is just a misprice in one store, is it really worth a post, I mean you may have just got lucky, it doesn't really deserve national exposure...

Northerndave

I find Asda the worst, every single shop has at least one item mispriced, … I find Asda the worst, every single shop has at least one item mispriced, Tesco not far behind....Oh and I'd vote Hot, as I love Warburtons Bread, however if this is just a misprice in one store, is it really worth a post, I mean you may have just got lucky, it doesn't really deserve national exposure...


You are quite right, but look at the heat. Again, I fail to understand the thinking behind many of the contributors on here who drool over a 'bargain' that is almost impossible to secure.

Post an item for a non famous but specialist supplier/manufacturer, high quality item with a genuine discount available to everyone, and it goes cold as ice. If only there was a way to filter out pointless 'deals'.

snapdragon

Yuk. Days old bread. Ok for ducks or toast I suppose.


Also correct for most bread, but Warburton's is usually reasonably fresh. The national brands, whatever nice name they are given nowadays really are at least 3 days old when they hit the shelves, and they were never much good when they came out of the oven.
Edited by: "spock1958" 2nd Feb 2011

at least with tesco you get double the difference back with a misprice. all the others just give you back what you've overpaid don't they?

Asda give you your money back and a £2 gift card afaik

stunnerv

at least with tesco you get double the difference back with a misprice. … at least with tesco you get double the difference back with a misprice. all the others just give you back what you've overpaid don't they?


Yes, that's helpul, and I seem to have had nearly as many credits to my Tesco card as I have debits, due to them making a mistake almost every week. However, for every person who checks their receipt, there are probably 10 that don't, so Tesco will keep on happily milking them. It's a pity that other supermarkets can't be forced to do something similar. Even if they make a mistake (or maybe do it on purpose even), they are no worse off than if they had priced everything correctly. As pointed out, instances of underpricing at the till rarely happen.

chrisberryred

Makes a change from them charging too much !Morrisons is well known for … Makes a change from them charging too much !Morrisons is well known for overcharging. Every week something scans at the wrong price, offers going through at full price and or the wrong items in the place the offer ones should be, ie wrong flavour or size. The shelf stackers fault according to customer service desk. Always always check your receipt,bet you are at customer services desk on a regular basis to get a refund on what you have been overcharged ! And you have to wait while they send someone to the right aisle to check it out, and they do not correct it straightaway. It could take days, has done in the past, meanwhile customers pay through the nose for a so called bargain. Rant over



Agree. Been overcharged in Morrisons countless times. Don't remember being undercharged before. Funny that.
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