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Munchkin Stretch-To-Fit Window Blind £6.64 instore @ Tesco
Munchkin Stretch-To-Fit Window Blind £6.64 instore @ Tesco

Munchkin Stretch-To-Fit Window Blind £6.64 instore @ Tesco

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Scanned at £10 (got it adjusted down to £6.64). These sell for £10.99 @ Toys R Us and £11.99 @ Argos (plus shipping if home delivered) for ONE blind!!!

Even Tesco themselves have it up at £10 online - see URL!!!!

Got a pair for just over £13 and I'm sure they'll certainly be 100% better than our standard Mothercare ones which keep falling off! Lol

Enjoy!

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Stretch to fit? The photo they have used on the box, the blind doesnt even fit lol

Not sure this is a deal, looks like the store just didn't get round to updating the label. Great that you got the for the reduced price ( hopefully you got double the difference back as well) but they probably corrected as soon as you left the store and the likely hood of another store having a out of date price is not highly unlikely.

porkscratchin

Not sure this is a deal, looks like the store just didn't get round to … Not sure this is a deal, looks like the store just didn't get round to updating the label. Great that you got the for the reduced price ( hopefully you got double the difference back as well) but they probably corrected as soon as you left the store and the likely hood of another store having a out of date price is not highly unlikely.



I was just about the comment on the double the difference - could have got it for free (almost!) with the DtD cash back!

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ericab87

I was just about the comment on the double the difference - could have … I was just about the comment on the double the difference - could have got it for free (almost!) with the DtD cash back!



What's double the difference about then? Never heard of it I'm afraid...

Not a deal as it'll be fixed by now since you let them know about it they'll have changed the label

Basically it scanned at £10 at the till. You could've paid that £10 and then taken your receipt to Customer Services and queried the price, as you were sure the SEL (shelf edge label) said £6.64.... Then accompany said CS bod to the SEL and hey presto you are entitled to double the overcharge difference, or dtd as seasoned pro's call it. At times you have to 'remind' the CS staff of their own dtd policy, and some have been known to fib that their store don't do dtd's.
You'd have been entitled to a refund of 2 x £3.36 on this occasion.

J4Y_B

What's double the difference about then? Never heard of it I'm afraid...



Great explanation further down - it's one to remember next time you're in tesco. A lady in a Facebook group I'm in bought 2 sets of cutlery that were £40 on the shelf (reduced from £90). They both scanned at £90. She queried the price with customer services after paying and got a double the difference refund of £200!
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