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Magic: the Gathering in the UK

If I was a conservative kind of guy then I guess I wouldn't post this incase they decide to decline all of the orders, but hey i'm feeling generous :o). 

 

Fancy Snapcaster Mage for £2.50?

 

http://www.bazaargames.co.uk/Store/snapcaster-mage-p-28714.html

 

How about Woodland Cemetery for 15p?

 

http://www.bazaargames.co.uk/Store/woodland-cemetery-p-28724.html

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To be honest if Bazaar Games don't want to honour it then I'm fine with that.  They are a small company and I already felt like I was fucking them over a bit by placing an order so I don't really mind.  For those who do wish to pursue this, Kieran is correct in that they need to have provided a confirmation of the order otherwise you have no legal rights as a buyer to enforce this price.

why does everyone think this? if a store accidentally marks a product or service at the wrong price they are not under any kind of legal obligation to sell it at that incorrect price

 

if i run a shop and accidentally mark a £10 product as £5, i am in no way required by law to sell it for £5

James Mills said:

Im not sure what it's like online but in a shop if they mistakenly price an item lower than they should by law have to sell it to you at the price shown. Probably make an inquiry with the trading standard to see if they can legally do that. Also check to see if there is a disclaimer 'all stock is subject to availablity' or something like that.

 

IMO dealers have a responsibility to keep track of pricings and should honor all sales whether they have kept up with currect pricings or not.

This is true, they're within their rights to refuse the sale as long as you are refunded in full. What they can't do is send you the cards and suddenly demand more money for them due to the error - once the exchange of goods has been made, the sale is final.

(In a shop, the sticker price doesn't matter - you can be informed of the correct price at the till.)

Philip Dickinson said:

why does everyone think this? if a store accidentally marks a product or service at the wrong price they are not under any kind of legal obligation to sell it at that incorrect price

 

if i run a shop and accidentally mark a £10 product as £5, i am in no way required by law to sell it for £5

James Mills said:

Im not sure what it's like online but in a shop if they mistakenly price an item lower than they should by law have to sell it to you at the price shown. Probably make an inquiry with the trading standard to see if they can legally do that. Also check to see if there is a disclaimer 'all stock is subject to availablity' or something like that.

 

IMO dealers have a responsibility to keep track of pricings and should honor all sales whether they have kept up with currect pricings or not.

If you're a small store and want to compete against bigger boys, then at least do your bloody homework. Had a similar situation with Kool Kingdom recently.

 

Basically, any non-Madhouse UK traders are a joke.

Well, I still haven't had a confirmation or a refund or even a refusal email. I hope I get at least one of those soon so I know to go elsewhere for my cards.


Philip Dickinson said:

why does everyone think this?

 

Because it's the law.


James Mills said:

Im not sure what it's like online but in a shop if they mistakenly price an item lower than they should by law have to sell it to you at the price shown. Probably make an inquiry with the trading standard to see if they can legally do that. Also check to see if there is a disclaimer 'all stock is subject to availablity' or something like that.

 

IMO dealers have a responsibility to keep track of pricings and should honor all sales whether they have kept up with currect pricings or not.

Actually a very common misconception. A purchase only becomes legally binding when they accept your offer, they are not obligated to sell to you.

 

http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/sale-of-goods/your-rights-pr...

James Mills said:


Philip Dickinson said:

why does everyone think this?

 

Because it's the law.

 

 

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Just got my refund. No email, just a refund. I think they could at least email everyone stating that an error occured and apologise.
I got two e-mails - one saying there was a mistake and I'd get a refund, and another saying they'd give me a 10% discount on a future order. They both went to my Junk e-mail folder on Hotmail though.

Dave Robertshaw said:
Just got my refund. No email, just a refund. I think they could at least email everyone stating that an error occured and apologise.
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Kieran Symington said:
I got two e-mails - one saying there was a mistake and I'd get a refund, and another saying they'd give me a 10% discount on a future order. They both went to my Junk e-mail folder on Hotmail though.

Dave Robertshaw said:
Just got my refund. No email, just a refund. I think they could at least email everyone stating that an error occured and apologise.

First of all, i'd like to extend a thank you to Dan Barrett for his support for Non-Madhouse UK traders.

 

Thank you for your kind words and support Dan, we're very grateful.

 

As for the error, we recently took on a new member of Staff, he decided it was his chance to prove himself and he made a mistake while uploading the spreadsheet with the prices. Mistakes happen.

 

Hope those who made the orders are happy with their 10% off.

 

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