does dyson refund price difference

I bought a dyson a week ago direct from dyson and they have a big sale on now. will they refund the difference?

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might not do it automatically but by law they should refund you the difference unless stated otherwise in their terms and conditions .

HammadKhalil

might not do it automatically but by law they should refund you the … might not do it automatically but by law they should refund you the difference unless stated otherwise in their terms and conditions .



​By law?
which one is that?

you agreed to price when you purchased item,they may refund the difference but have no obligation to do so,if they put the cost up would you be happy for them to debit your account for the difference?

A week ago !!! Have you used it? If not, then buy another one at low price and return the first one.

Never get these questions and the morons that answer with their high and mighty bullsit . Call and ask them and if they won't then buy it again at lower price and then return on higher price receipt as not needed.

miketheking14

​By law?which one is that?



​I would hazard a guess the made up one. that would be a stupid law everything would always have to be sold at the lowest price it has ever been sold that way.

miketheking14

​By law?which one is that?



​I would hazard a guess the made up one. that would be a stupid law everything would always have to be sold at the lowest price it has ever been sold that way.

HammadKhalil

might not do it automatically but by law they should refund you the … might not do it automatically but by law they should refund you the difference unless stated otherwise in their terms and conditions .



What a load of reindeer poo.

OP ring up and arrange a return of your first one if it isn't used and re order.

Another option is ring up and say you plan to return it and re order, (don't mention it's used) they might refund difference to avoid the return.

End of the day you were happy to buy it at that price, as above if the price increased would you let them charge you extra after purchase ?

HammadKhalil

might not do it automatically but by law they should refund you the … might not do it automatically but by law they should refund you the difference unless stated otherwise in their terms and conditions .



I'm going to speak for every other person in the world by asking you to kindly not ever comment on anything like this if you don't have a clue what you are talking about.

Thanks

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AStonedRaichu

What a load of reindeer poo. OP ring up and arrange a return of your … What a load of reindeer poo. OP ring up and arrange a return of your first one if it isn't used and re order. Another option is ring up and say you plan to return it and re order, (don't mention it's used) they might refund difference to avoid the return. End of the day you were happy to buy it at that price, as above if the price increased would you let them charge you extra after purchase ?



​yes i would

jamstaruk1972

you agreed to price when you purchased item,they may refund the … you agreed to price when you purchased item,they may refund the difference but have no obligation to do so,if they put the cost up would you be happy for them to debit your account for the difference?



I don't get this sort of response,what's the harm in finding out if you can get something at the cheaper price now,this is a money saving site after all

deb8z

I don't get this sort of response,what's the harm in finding out if you … I don't get this sort of response,what's the harm in finding out if you can get something at the cheaper price now,this is a money saving site after all



well if you read the question op was asking "WILL they refund the difference" to which i have replied "they may refund the difference but have no obligation to do" which is actually the correct answer.

jamstaruk1972

well if you read the question op was asking "WILL they refund the … well if you read the question op was asking "WILL they refund the difference" to which i have replied "they may refund the difference but have no obligation to do" which is actually the correct answer.



Whenever I see people asking this lately about a price difference at least one person has to mention what if they put the price up blah blah blah,that's irrelevant,most of us are here because we want to save money,what's wrong with that.:|

deb8z

Whenever I see people asking this lately about a price difference at … Whenever I see people asking this lately about a price difference at least one person has to mention what if they put the price up blah blah blah,that's irrelevant,most of us are here because we want to save money,what's wrong with that.:|



well at least ive offered some advice by saying "they may" which would emply "ask them" what advice have you actually given?

jamstaruk1972

well at least ive offered some advice by saying "they may" which would … well at least ive offered some advice by saying "they may" which would emply "ask them" what advice have you actually given?



I give a lot of advice on here in general,I don't need to offer any on this particular thread as the OP has had several replies regarding what to do and it doesn't involve hypothetical what if's regarding paying extra if the price went up etc etc

Hopefully the OP will get sorted and on that note I'm off to bed
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