I recently purchased a home appliance.After it was delivered to my home, I found a small computer generated sticker on the appliance showing a substantially lower retail price than what I paid. The SKU on the sticker is the same as the SKU on the receipt I was issued. My question is, am I entitled to a price adjustment - or am I out of luck because I already agreed to pay the higher price?
1 Answer from Attorneys
You can ask for a price adjustment but you are not legally entitled to you. The old adage still applies :"buyer beware" You had a contract for the goods where you agreed to pay price "x" for the appliance. You bear the risk of later discovering that you could have maybe gotten it for price "y."
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