Honoring Discount Offer
I want to purchase a new motorcycle from a local dealer. While I was considering their latest offer, I received a Holiday card from the dealership that says, ''take 20% off your next purchase''. In fine print it says, ''no cash value, not valid on gift cards or previous orders and the offer expires on 1/31/07''. When I presented the card and wanted to apply the discount toward the purchase of the new bike, they won't honor the discount. Is there anything I can do?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: Honoring Discount Offer
Yes: Walk away.
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